Has Marshall come of age?

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Re: Has Marshall come of age?

Post by Geo. » Mon 30 Aug, 2010 4:19 pm

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southerntiger wrote:Geo it was a nice bit of work by Ryan but the need for the kick was once again an example of a flat footed winger being easily covered by a sliding defence. Tuqiri or Tuaki wouldnt have needed to kick IMHO.
I think no matter who we had there would have been easily accounted for. We score the bulk of our tries out wide, and we have been doing more so down the right side in recent weeks.

Ryan knew he was going to be put over the line, so he kept the opportunity alive. He could have tried to be a hero and go it alone, but he put a well weighted kick in that the Fraud weren't anticipating and it paid off...

Props to him.
I like his one against the Raiders better....that went through the guys legs.... :lol:
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Post by KingOvKingz09 » Mon 30 Aug, 2010 4:48 pm

innsaneink wrote:Has Marshall come of age?

I hope not

I like him as he is
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Post by jackyg » Mon 30 Aug, 2010 5:07 pm

NO. he's started to play more consitantly this year but he still does too much stupid stuff (eg. kicking the ball dead first tackle against the rabbitohswhen they were only 20m from the line) he seems to think that he needs to score on every play.

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