The most impressive play of the night…
AP photo by John Bazemore
Best part of that shot are the looks on the sideline, as it hadn’t quite sunk in yet what Ridley did, while being interfered with. Awesome.
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A play like that is a shot in the arm to the team and to the crowd. Seeing the replay on the big screen. I could feel the good vibes radiating from Sanford through my TV to my humble abode in Maryland. That’s when I knew we could win that game.
Man, Eason was on point with his long balls. And Ridley’s a monster. Can’t wait to watch more of that duo the next three years (okay, two).
Was nice to see him get over the dropsies from previous games. He has the kind of speed and separation that has been missing this year. Hope he and Eason have a long career together lighting up defenses.
Almost as impressive was the sideline catch and his body control to lay out and keep both feet in bounds.
Agreed. That was as good a catch as you’ll see on Saturday OR Sunday.
G Day and the preseason practice Fan Day showed me Ridley’s potential but he’s found himself on the bench a lot, but when he shows up boy he shows up.
Without question, Saturday was our best day catching the football this year. It makes a difference.
It does indeed! So proud for the entire Dawg Nation.
Ridley, Nauta , Eason. Lots of talent there. They are learning a lot this year.
And Charlie Woerner ,hasn’t had as many opportunities – but he seems to catch it any time they throw it is way.
Wims is coming on too
“The only problem is there’s only one ball,” Daniels said. “We’ve just got so many guys. And it’s not that Arik’s just another guy. Arik’s very special, but a lot of our guys are very special. It’s a great problem to have.” — AB-H, 7/20/21
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