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    I may be wrong but I personally did not see any missed tackles.The LBs did a great job of finishing there tackles and not letting the RB get any more yardage and the secondary did a great job of wrapping up the recievers,this is a very welcome change from last years terrible tackling I am very impressed with our new revamped D but I will hold judgement for a while longer untill I see this week in week out and its not just week 1 exuberance and hype.

  • #2
    Re: No Missed Tackles

    There were some miscues on the D line to let Denver run for a few big ones. But there were no missed open field tackles none at all.

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    • #3
      Re: No Missed Tackles

      Pretty sure Corey Chavous missed a big one open field on a long Denver run, actually. But they seemed to be few and far between.

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      • #4
        Re: No Missed Tackles

        There were a few. One that comes to mind was Adeyanju missing a Sack. But he got pressure everytime he was in the game.

        Man, OJ was laying some wood today, nothing noticeable but definately let recievers know on the sidelines that he was there.

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        • #5
          Re: No Missed Tackles

          Originally posted by Rip32 View Post
          I may be wrong but I personally did not see any missed tackles.The LBs did a great job of finishing there tackles and not letting the RB get any more yardage and the secondary did a great job of wrapping up the recievers,this is a very welcome change from last years terrible tackling I am very impressed with our new revamped D but I will hold judgement for a while longer untill I see this week in week out and its not just week 1 exuberance and hype.
          It's all Attitude! This is the Defense I hoped would show up. this is haslett football at it's best! although i must disagree with the missed tackles. We had at least three plays that broke down due to missed tackles, the fact that they did not score was due to the support our secondary gave each other. :r

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          • #6
            Re: No Missed Tackles

            nok missed tackles like last year though for sure... no mike furrey mess ups for sure...

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