Thursday, May 12, 2005

The Underdog

It seems no matter what, no one considers him a starter. I watched every game last season and gay got better and better every game. With his lack of experience and being undrafted my god he performed very highly. Sure he’s a little small but he’s quick, smart and has great hands. I am curious to see what he does in this off-season to fine tune his skills.

Would any buy a Randell Gay jersey?

2 comments:

Johnny Sox said...

If you saw the Superbowl DVD, the Eagles receivers dissed R Gay, they said he bites on any move. I likeed Gay's speed and agility, he seems to excel at coverage on a deep fly, but he gets burned badly on quick cuts and short patterns. if he improves on that he could be very effective.

Elizabeth said...

Chris after reading your blog it reminded me to update mine. My passion for giants runs deep. If you are like me business is a constant; But a respite from it gives me a fresh outlook. My http://serendipitysuccess.blogspot.com/2005/11/update-to-steelers-climb-to-top-of-afc.html has a similar theme and giants plays important roles too. Football especially for most fans and partners is a highlight in the autumn and articles create great gatherings. Thanks for your The Underdog.