1.30) Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan (McKinley or Williams)
2.62) Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida (Obi Melifonwu, S)
3.94) Noah Brown, WR, OSU
The referee said that you hit Brian Sipe too hard. Did you hit him too hard?
I hit him as hard as I could - Jack Lambert
A small point in the debate but I thought Ike had that INT in the endzone. Patterson made a nice play knocking it out of his hands. At least that would have been one TO
Wait? You are mentioning the play that was Near unstoppable for a corner these days? a 6'4 WR high pointing a ball on the Back shoulder, that can not be touched.
Ikes a tall Corner at 6'2 but there are some things you just can't defend. A perfect ball highpointed on the back shoulder is pretty damn hard to stop, if nigh impossible.
Best scenario I can think of, Might be in relation to the sideline is to try and force him out, and with todays rules. Thats pretty hard to do without getting 5 penalty flags thrown
He gave up 5 catches for 52 yards. (For Reference this is a guy that had 1,500 recieving the year before)
What more do you want out of Ike, I have to ask in coverage. Ints would be nice, but its not like Keenan is a world beater in that stat either. 2 Career ints.
Dobre Shunkan. Literally translated from Hungarian as "Good Ham," this refers to NFL Hall-of-Fame Outside Linebacker Jack Ham of the Penn State Nittany Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers during the 1970's and early 1980's. It was also the name of his fan club. As a contrast to his teammate Jack Lambert, a.k.a "Dracula in Cleats," Jack Ham's play was decidedly less emotional and more intellectual, albeit equivalently effective.
Whenever Jack Ham caught an interception, the crowd would shout "Dobre Shunka."
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