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Tre’Davious White is about to enter his third year in the NFL. After a stellar rookie season in 2017, some thought he may have taken a step back this past year. White finally got an answer to a question on how can he be more consistent and he asked one of the greatest cornerbacks in NFL history for the answer.

“What does it take to take your game to the next level, year in and year out and keep that production consistent,” White asked.

Don’t ever get full, make sure your plate is always empty,” Deion Sanders said. “Don’t ever get full. Don’t ever look in the rearview mirror or look ahead, look at the present right there before you. Study. Know your opponents, know the offensive coordinators that you’re playing against. These guys they change names, they change games. But mainly those offensive coordinators stay the same. But mainly, get your legs in shape that is your money. Make sure they’re strong so you can bump at kickoff and late in the fourth. Lastly, do not miss opportunities.”

 

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At least he didn't encourage him to wear those ugly hats that Neon Deion used to wear.

 

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That's disappointing advice. Nothing real there.

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7 minutes ago, BuffaloBillsGospel said:

What other magical advice should he have given? Study your opponent and the OC, what more advice should he have given?

How to play an inside technique better?  How to use your hands without getting PI called?  I am not saying these are what he needs but examples of what could have been said if he had studied Tre's film and found areas of improvement.  It is obvious he did not and thus had to generalize.

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Its hard to play without legs

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don't murder people

 

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Never turn your back on the Gronk

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Much better advisor than Cris Carter....

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Granted, it may seem like obvious advice, but the fact is there are players who get lazy, who don't dedicate themselves to film work and taking care of their bodies.  Anyone want to see Buffalo re-sign Kelvin Benjamin?

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1 hour ago, blacklabel said:

Avoid tackling at all costs!

 

what CBs are you thinking of that liked to hit people?

 

 

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1 hour ago, blacklabel said:

Avoid tackling at all costs!

 

I was afraid that’d be his advice to young corners again: Extend your careers - don’t tackle.  How many CBs have been good enough to get away with that like he could?

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Seems to me as though he’s saying be mindful of the fundamentals when it comes to his body and game. Makes perfect sense. 

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15 minutes ago, TigerJ said:

Granted, it may seem like obvious advice, but the fact is there are players who get lazy, who don't dedicate themselves to film work and taking care of their bodies.  Anyone want to see Buffalo re-sign Kelvin Benjamin?

 

Exactly.  I bet there are a lot of CBs (and players in general) who don't follow this advice.

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2 hours ago, blacklabel said:

Avoid tackling at all costs!

Beat me to it! :lol:

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Play baseball!

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There's no denying the talent and physical skills of Deion Sanders.  However, I lost all respect for him during this game.

 

Atlanta Falcons at Buffalo Bills

November 22, 1992
Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, NY

 

 

  1 2 3 4 Total
Atlanta Falcons (4-7) 0 7 0 7 14
Buffalo Bills (9-2) 28 10 0 3 41

 

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter Atl Buf
Buf 4:00 Carwell Gardner 2 run (Steve Christie Kick) 0 7
Buf 8:11 Pete Metzelaars 3 pass from Jim Kelly (Steve Christie Kick) 0 14
Buf 10:25 Andre Reed 15 pass from Jim Kelly (Steve Christie Kick) 0 21
Buf 14:33 Kenneth Davis 1 run (Steve Christie Kick) 0 28
2nd Quarter Atl Buf
Buf 1:02 Kenneth Davis 64 run (Steve Christie Kick) 0 35
Buf 14:33 FG Steve Christie 47 0 38
Atl 14:48 D.Sanders 73 kickoff return on lateral from T.Smith (Norm Johnson Kick) 7 38
4th Quarter Atl Buf
Buf 3:09 FG Steve Christie 18 7 41
Atl 13:54 Drew Hill 1 pass from Wade Wilson (Norm Johnson Kick) 14 41

 

Deion Sanders returns a lateral from a Steve Christie squib kickoff for a TD right before halftime to give Atlanta their first points of the game.  The Falcons were having their butts handed to them by us at that point in the game but he does his little 'vogue strut' to the end zone as he runs by the final Bills player (Steve Christie) for the score.  I don't know why but it just reeked of 'Look at me, look at me!' and as such, I found it quite selfish and annoying.  You can watch it in all its nauseating glory at the 4:31 mark in the video below.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, HOUSE said:

Never turn your back on the Gronk

Done!  ‘Post of the Week’ has been awarded!  This week’s winner leans much more to the ‘true’ than the ‘funny’.

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I actually thought it was sage advice.

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2 hours ago, blacklabel said:

Avoid tackling at all costs!

It’s often tough to tackle when you intercept the ball and are the one being chased. 

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