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Krangthebrain

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What I loved is when Murray jumped backwards and quickly reset his feet.

I also saw him step up in the pocket on a number of plays. I hated watching him fall backwards on the TD to Kirk, but he made it work by throwing the ball where only Kirk could get it. It was a great, tough catch and Kirk pulled it in.
 

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Kirk was open. If Kyler does a big no no and fire it across his body.

*ducks*
 

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Your honor I present to you exhibit a

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Bkbobo

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Moore looks like he adjust well to the where the ball is thrown. I remembered one catch during training camp where he had to track the ball and he caught it for a TD. Working with Dhop will help Moore even more.
 

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What I loved is when Murray jumped backwards and quickly reset his feet.

I also saw him step up in the pocket on a number of plays. I hated watching him fall backwards on the TD to Kirk, but he made it work by throwing the ball where only Kirk could get it. It was a great, tough catch and Kirk pulled it in.
Yez, amazing, he had two guys in front of him closing his way, then he made the jump back to avoid the guy from the behind (how did kyler see him coming)
Those sequence of moves were ridiculous
 

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