DeAngelo Hall and Rod Coleman

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DeAngelo Hall and Rod Coleman

Postby mickvick302 » Sun Nov 06, 2005 7:55 pm

Two of our D's biggest stars seemed rather unapparent today...comments?
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Postby buddyboy » Sun Nov 06, 2005 8:04 pm

i saw jason webster (who actually did a solid job) making more plays than d hall. did they avoid deangelo's side or something? as for coleman he seems to go in little spurts. he'll usually have a big play or 2 during a game but yeah, today i didn't hear his name called once during the game.
0 sacks for the entire team and if any other qb had as much time as frerotte did then we might be in trouble. maybe coleman did some drinking last night and had a deer nighmare.

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Postby dirtybirdnw » Sun Nov 06, 2005 9:15 pm

Miami was going out of their way to avoid Coleman & DeLo. They weren't passing at DeLo (or hardly at all for that matter) and the passes where short quick drops. Rarely did Gus go back more then 2 steps before the pass was gone. We talked about thi sin the chat room.

They were passing over the middle and quickly in an attempt to nullify DeLo & Coleman.
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Postby The_Incomparable » Sun Nov 06, 2005 11:21 pm

dirtybirdnw wrote:Miami was going out of their way to avoid Coleman & DeLo. They weren't passing at DeLo (or hardly at all for that matter) and the passes where short quick drops. Rarely did Gus go back more then 2 steps before the pass was gone. We talked about thi sin the chat room.

They were passing over the middle and quickly in an attempt to nullify DeLo & Coleman.


Yeah out of the 22 passes Ferotte made, about 15 of them were gone in under 2 seconds. They threw at Hall about 3 times total and mostly threw the ball to back out in the flat or at Webster.

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Postby Pudge » Mon Nov 07, 2005 12:50 am

I think Gus had thrown the ball 4 or 5 times before he actually made his first 3-step drop. The Dolphins did an excellent job of neutralizing the Falcons pass rush today. It was a shame they could not take advantage of it in the rest of their passing game.

I don't think either guy's lack of production is a trend. Hall made some good plays in run support. Babs and Lake showed some things getting upfield quickly.

It's time for some of the supporting cast to start stepping up.
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