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  1. IcyPatriot

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    Shoutout to all the hard work by Scott O'Brien and the special teams up to last night. They were flying and the coverage was tight. There didn't appear to be any major holes for the ball carriers to run through and the bodies were flying.

    The ball strip was the icing on the cake but they really played well last night ... good job Scott.
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    I concur


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    Very Tight!
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    They were stone cold!!!!!!!!!!!! I remember thinking to myself in the third how good they were playing, great coverage.
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    The coverage looked much improved, and that will help this team exponentially...
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    I am not surprised at all. I went to a few training camp sessions and Scott was pretty intense. He was in there with them in that 90 degree humidity, running around. Very hands on.
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