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    T-Will Playtime.

    He didn't play much.

    He didn't catch much.

    What's up with that? We need to play him more.

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    Re: T-Will Playtime.

    eh not really its the first game...as you can see we really didnt have the time to get pretty much anyone the ball.

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    Re: T-Will Playtime.

    thats exactly what I was thinking during the game I kept thinking when are we going to air it out to t-will.

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    Re: T-Will Playtime.

    It was just a matter of the O-Line. We had no time to throw the ball. simple as that.

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    Re: T-Will Playtime.

    :lol: look at the sn's that have posted in this thread. They sure love Troy!

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    Re: T-Will Playtime.

    I'm back. It was a L - O - N - G drive home. I couldn't believe my eyes & felt like gouging the outta their sockets with a rusty spoon.

    I had a pretty good vantage point from where I was sitting in the upper level. I'm not sure if they where using T-Will as a decoy to pull some coverage off of the rest of the boys or not, (they were covered pretty well), but what I could see was that Daunte wasn't seeing the ones that where wide open. He looked right by them, even when had time. TT was wide open in the endzone all alone when he over threw I believe Burleson at the side-line in the endzone.
    He didn't look as comfortable & poised as he usually does. Something was certainly bothering him.
    Has anyone heard any comments from or about Dante, post-game that might explain WHY?

    I was totally impressed with Darren, Kluwe & Edinger!

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