Discussion in 'Winnipeg Jets' started by bustamente, Oct 19, 2019.
Mistakes, the great equalizer when you are over matched, lets hope the Bombers make none
That could be a massive momentum shift if the offense can get a TD out of it.
And then they did
Another mistake by the Stamps Bombers quickly capitalize.
FG, TD, Int, TD - not a bad 4 plays!
Bighill vacates the middle on a blitz BLM throws it where he isn't
Wilson dropping into coverage better than the secondary half the time.
Rios is better burned hard.
Is that Hius guy an actual pro or a relative of MOS?
Bombers really couldn't make the 2-point conversion easier for the Stamps.
The way the defensive back was looking away as the ball went right past him to the receiver reminded me of Jets goaltending.
Pose for a while, have a drink of water and tell everyone you’re playing well.
I can't remember exactly, but I think that play was identical to the very first TD that Streveler threw in the CFL.
Did that 25 yard pass through the air look painful to you?
Streveler came to play, amazing what a QB in waiting will do....
He has a whole 71 passing yards!
Cue the 2nd half blown lead. Worse coaching in the league after the half.
Hoping you’re wrong!
Doesn't mean the 9 yard one didn't look bad either. It can be both.
That pick looked super painful.
That pick was thrown behind the Bombers receiver right to the Stamp player, if he leads the Bomber he is still running
Yeah, walk your statement back when there's a play that suits your narrative that Streveler can't throw. Your original statement was that Streveler's throws look painful, when I made my post he was completing 83% of the passes he threw (10/12). He's making most of the passes asked of him.
The Bombers need more from their QBs, whether it's Nichols, Streveler, Collaros or some other unknown QB, but ragging on Streveler when he's making the most out of the plays he's given comes across as pushing a narrative.
Bighill garbage again. What an epic drop off
There was a play in the second quarter where he was chasing down a receiver in the weakside flat (Rogers maybe), felt like the type of play where he'd have been right on the guy last season. He ended up diving to make a shoestring tackle and didn't touch him, it ended up being an extra 6-7 yards after that before the receiver went down.
The speed seems to be there, but it feels like his decision making is lacking. Seems to be consistently a step behind the play for whatever reason this season.
I think you're taking it a bit too literally. His throws at the start of the game looked bad. They were still completions, just not good looking ones. It's not like he's known for his passing ability
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