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    Peterson Impresses Teammates - Steps Up, Shines

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    Re: Peterson Impresses Teammates - Steps Up, Shines


    AD is going to be huge for us this week. Another 100+ yards rushing, will do nicely. The Lions are going to get a big dose. The guys up front love firing out and blocking for him, when they know it only takes a crease, to take it to the house.

    Shiancoe, better not spike the ball on the field of play this week, or he will be called, coaches and players aren't the only ones who review game film, the refs do too.

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    Re: Peterson Impresses Teammates - Steps Up, Shines

    "singersp" wrote:
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    “That says a lot about him and it says a lot about coach Eric Bieniemy really getting him ready to play and his mindset being right. It’s incredible for him to play the way he did in Week 1, but by Week 5 he’s going to be 10 times better and that’s just going to help us to be a better football team.”

    If that's the case then it could be scary season for the league when they line up to defend him. I know there is some exaggeration in that quote but if he only improved by half that amount then he'd be something for a defence to try and handle.


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    "AngloVike" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
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    “That says a lot about him and it says a lot about coach Eric Bieniemy really getting him ready to play and his mindset being right. It’s incredible for him to play the way he did in Week 1, but by Week 5 he’s going to be 10 times better and that’s just going to help us to be a better football team.”

    If that's the case then it could be scary season for the league when they line up to defend him. I know there is some exaggeration in that quote but if he only improved by half that amount then he'd be something for a defence to try and handle.



    I don't find that quote to far off Anglo.
    AD is only going to get better, MUCH BETTER!



    The kid is a beast of a running back and he was the steal of the draft, that is a fact....










    He easily should have went in the top 2 picks.
    He is one of the best pure RB's to come out in years.
    I think he is goinging to have a better season than most Veteran RB's..










    One thing I'de like to see is some more screens and dump off type passes to him.
    Sunday was not the last time we will see him break that type of play wide open for a TD..










    AD didn't only impress his teamates, he also impressed the hell out of me..... ;D


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    Re: Peterson Impresses Teammates - Steps Up, Shines


    I bet he caught less than a handful of balls in his 3 years at OU, it was surprising when he sucked that bobble in, so if the Vikes add that to his arsenal it will get skuuuuurrrrry...because that puts him out there against corners and safeties... which he will flatten, Linebackers take poundings from him and then start taking angles after their first collision. Watch as the NFL sees what we in Norman were amazed at, and its not like we haven’t seen a few RBs in this town, He is very, very special...heres hoping for a healthy long career


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