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    Re: Some bad, some good - Vikings receivers other than Troy dropping balls

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "vikes_4_life_42" wrote:
    Did I miss something? Is Birk not at the OTA's or what? I'm wondering why Katnik is playing with the first team rather than Birk...wouldn't you think they would want to get Birk and T-jack playing together to get used to eachother??
    Birk has more important things going on than the vikings. He is playing golf.
    If they play like they did last year, he should be able to resume his golf game sometime in January.

    The Vikings coach couldn’t have been very pleased with what he saw Wednesay at Winter Park. Receivers consistently had trouble hanging onto the football during an OTA workout that lasted for nearly two hours.

    That just about sums it up, way to try & clean that opening statement up by mentioning that 2 players caught a deep each....WOO HOO. Somebody else mentioned in this thread..catching passes in practice is way different than cathing them in a game..they continue this pattern, we're screwed! I hope something changes before the season starts.

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    Re: Some bad, some good - Vikings receivers other than Troy dropping balls

    Just curious what they considered drops? Were they all catchable balls? Or if they were uncatcable but they made a solid attempt for it.

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    Re: Some bad, some good - Vikings receivers other than Troy dropping balls

    "Garland" wrote:
    Just curious what they considered drops? Were they all catchable balls? Or if they were uncatcable but they made a solid attempt for it.
    Usually if it's uncatchable it's not considered a catch.


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    Re: Some bad, some good - Vikings receivers other than Troy dropping balls

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    catching ball in practice is an entirely different thing than catching balls in football games. I don't think you can watch practice and have any idea what will happen during the games on sunday.
    IMO, it's tougher during the games. In the OTA's you don't have a LB, CB or safety that's going to try & knock the shit out of you to prevent you from hanging on to the ball.

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