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It was an intresting game, sloppy as all hell but intresting nevertheless.

Let me first start out by saying we played a  sloppy game, but when yopu have 24 rookies on the roster that will happen, but its not just the rookies that struggled.
Trent Green ddi not look very comfortable,a nd I don't blame him with the way our OL played.
Sure they performed well for some streches, but other times they couldn't block worth a ****.
Keep in mind though that the Jags have an incredible DL.
There is still work to do on the OL hopefully they'll do better next time.
The secondary needs some work as well but the rest of the D did fine.

Now who stood out to me? Well I'll start with our young guys on Defense.

Rod Wright: He's impressed in camp and he showed what he can do last night, picking up  a sack.
It looks lik he's recovered from shoulder suegery nicely. I still don't know how he didn't realize taht he had a torm rotator cuff last year. He could very well be a steal from last year's draft.

Abe Wright: The rookie who's suprisngly gotten alot of people's attention made a few plays last night, including a sack.

Matt Roth: he had a nice sack early on, watch out for Roth this year, he'll be be another stud on this D.

Now for the Offense:

Derek Hagan: He had a very solid game, catching alot of balls that went his way. I'm positive his will be his breakout year

Jesse Chatman: the little engone that could who was previously an fat engine that couldn't. He is fast as hell and he made a acse to be Ronnie's back up tonight, especially with that 70 yard run for a TD.

John Beck: Now the first thing that really stood for me about Beck was that he was calm, and he made smart decisons.He also has an incredibly quick release Now yes he fumbled and he threw one bad pass, but rookies make mistakes.
But he showed promise, leading our Team to a TD.

Thats it for now, oh Vernon Carey's injury is nothing serious according to Cameron:

"Vernon, we think is going to be fine," Cameron said. "He probably could have come back and played. I was a little nervous that he maybe got it rolled up, and he said he pulled and what they think is his patella just moved a little bit. They're going to evaluate it and you saw him walk off." 

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