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I'm just asking here, but it seemed like Nick Perry got picked on a little bit Saturday night. While Belue was almost always in position and LSU players just made good plays, Perry was consistently just out of position.
It seemed like at the beginning of the year, HaHa was seeing the majority of the PT in the secondary rather than Perry. Any idea why he hasn't been out there as much?
No idea but I like haha much more
Or as Verne calls him haha dix
Nick Perry is better against the run..HaHa should have played way more IMO. I think we were confused on their play calling sometimes, we were not sure if they were going to run or pass, therefore Perry was out of position because he is in a lot on run downs
Not sure, but for the most part, other than Lester, our safeties have been a bit of a liability in coverage at times this year. I will say that Jarrick Williams was slotted to probably play a lot of the snaps that Perry is getting before Williams went down with an ACL in the preseason.
Perry has been out of position all season, so nothing new there
Clinton Haha dix?
I thought at first it was Perry that got picked on. And he did have a few bad plays. But after watching the replay, a lot of those plays I blamed him on was actually him saving someone elses butt. Sunseri got burnt one time and Perry was there to save the play after a big play. Same thing with Nico Johnson being out of place in the fourth when they converted that big play over the middle. Also, Belue let a WR get behind him but Perry was there to make the tackle.
He actually played a pretty good game...
Clinton's dick. Haha
ahh ok.. well then i take back my previous comment and offer him thanks instead
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