How the Texans limited Collins

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Dec 14, 2008.

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  1. NewsGrabber

    NewsGrabber Guest

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky

    HOUSTON -- While Kerry Collins was off on his own, Houston certainly did a lot to influence his season-low 50.2 passer rating. The Titans may be sack proof when they don't give one up in a game like this, because he was under steady fire.

    The final numbers: 15 completions in 33 attempts for 181 yards and an interception.

    The view from the back: "In our zone coverages, guys were making them look like man and guys would flash certain areas so he would have to throw the ball a little higher or guys would flash certain areas so he would have to throw the ball a little late," cornerback Dunta Robinson said. "We just did a lot, we mixed it up a lot and I think it kind of confused him a little bit."

    The view from the front: "We had a lot of pressure up the middle and we had him kind of retreating a little," middle linebacker DeMeco Ryans said. "We had him backpedalling a lot, had him throwing off his back foot which kind of made him miss a lot of throws... There game all works on timing and we were able to throw their timing off."

  2. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

    collins sucks
  3. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

    How to limit Collins: Throw to Justin McCareins and he's sure to not find a way to catch it.
  4. dontdraftcutler

    dontdraftcutler We can't be that bad, can we?

    How to limit Collins....snap the ball to him.
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