Hill Removing Himself from Pacman's Shadow

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  1. Blazing Arrow

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  2. Blazing Arrow

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    I like to hear he worked even harder in the off season. Maybe Pacman can learn some work ethics from the chosen one.
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    haha wow....just a little interesting
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    Pacman is the best corner we have, and has been one of the best players in camp
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    I think that's a common misconception around. Pacman's problems have never been work ethics, rather his temper and "social ethics" if you can call it that.
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    You bet. :sad2:
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    Having two highly motivated and talented CBs is always a good thing. Hill played well last year overall. He needs to learn to play the ball in the air better. He was often in position to make a play but didn't turn around, or couldn't find the ball. His coverage, as far as being in position was very good for the most part. He bit on play fakes too often, but he was a rookie. I expect him and Pacman to be a nice starting tandem this season.

    Reynaldo for the win!
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  8. Fry

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    pacman is 3% body fat, so it's not like he's just sitting around waiting for the season to start.

    just because reynaldo had some balls air-mailed to him last year doesnt mean he's the better corner. pacman led all rookies with 10 passes defensed.
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    lets just see by the end of today how many posts are in this thread
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  10. Blazing Arrow

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    I also remember Pac sitting around out of position pointing at the guy that was about to score on him. Getting booted by the coach. Yelling at refs then surprise surprise they make "bad calls". If you are a rook and you mouth off to refs you do not get calls.

    He needs to learn to shut up and play. No picks and we gave up the most passing TDs of any team. That shows a lack of pass defense. I realize he was on a learning curve and totally not the only problem but when you watch the game on TV the announcers reamed him game after game. For the first 4 game of the season the running joke was "this guy has no right to the name pacman because he is not gobbling up anything but penalties." The broadcast I watch, the guy always made a point to call him Adam.

    I saw moments of brilliance but also saw moments of weakness. I am expecting allot out of him this season especially settling down and sticking to the game.

    Plus Hill gets 7th rounder money while Pac gets 1st round money.
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