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Rivers scamble and throw to Floyd

SDRay

FU Spanos and Dundon
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#1
For those of you that didn't see it, this is one of the best Chargers plays of the Bears game. Rivers shows his strength and ability to throw accurately on the run.

 

Concudan

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#3
That was one of the plays I saw in Dallas. It solidifies for me that the Rivers of the past is gone. Rivers did well under pressure and got the ball out to his big target.

Floyd has to make the team. VJ and Floyd, *** get sum!
 

WonderSlug

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#4
Concudan said:
That was one of the plays I saw in Dallas. It solidifies for me that the Rivers of the past is gone. Rivers did well under pressure and got the ball out to his big target.

Floyd has to make the team. VJ and Floyd, *** get sum!
If only Kassim Osgood was more athletic, he could have also gotten some of that passing love.

Floyd becomes #4 WR, Osgood is #5 WR and our ST tackler.
 

Concudan

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#5
WonderSlug said:
If only Kassim Osgood was more athletic, he could have also gotten some of that passing love.

Floyd becomes #4 WR, Osgood is #5 WR and our ST tackler.
I'm sarray, Whoo?:icon_shrug:
 

exodus

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#7
Yeah, that play was pretty tight. Usually, that ends up thrown away or picked.

Especially if your Farve these days.
 
#8
:tup: This seens the best place for this what my friend Frank said today about the charger offense that amazed me how great it sounded.

Frank said: " you will hear the Thunder of Rivers to open the Tomlinsons Floyd gates and see the Lightning strike touchdowns all season long".

To me I had to bring it here to the forums because it sounded so Damn cool to me.

I know to some it will be dorky but I had to that is all.:tup:
 

boltssbbound

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#10
Phil took a big smack at the end of that. That was a houdini-esque. Very impressive.

I also love Castillo on the sidelines. He's so into the game, throws the big "first down" move after Floyd makes the catch. Even in preseason, these guys are really into the game. Great to see.:icon_toast:
 

Trumpet_Man

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#11
WonderSlug said:
If only Kassim Osgood was more athletic, he could have also gotten some of that passing love.

Floyd becomes #4 WR, Osgood is #5 WR and our ST tackler.
You and Shamrock need to wake up and smell the coffee because someone needs to block as a WR and Osgood can block like a mother so those boys can have the glory catches and room to roam and pillage.
 

WonderSlug

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#12
Trumpet_Man said:
You and Shamrock need to wake up and smell the coffee because someone needs to block as a WR and Osgood can block like a mother so those boys can have the glory catches and room to roam and pillage.
Yeah, but Kassim has been rumbling about getting more catches this year. Maybe if he were as talented as Floyd in the pass catching department, he'd have gotten them already. However, when you see him whiff on catch after catch, you just hang your head.

Osgood's good for blocking and ST. Not so much for catching.
 

BFISA

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Trumpet_Man said:
You and Shamrock need to wake up and smell the coffee because someone needs to block as a WR and Osgood can block like a mother so those boys can have the glory catches and room to roam and pillage.
He's been a disappointment, tho, as a pass catcher...gotta admit that, Bro.
 

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