Just worked out, recovered the body, did some conditioning, Watson said. I watched a lot of film on myself. So, self-evaluation, trying to correct the mistakes I made the first previous weeks and just try to build on that.
Just continue to make better decisions, ball placement, make quicker reads, my pocket awareness. Just try to operate the offense as best as I can.
Focusing on the finer details is mandatory labor for any starting quarterback, but with the Seahawks (4-2) on deck at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday, executing the minutiae becomes paramount. As is annually the case, the Seahawks are stout defensively with their collection of secondary Pro-Bowlers thriving on the back line of the stingiest unit in the league.
I felt it was a dirty hit and Joe’s our franchise guy, Jensen said afterward (via the Baltimore Sun). We’ve got to go out and protect him. Joe getting ‘cheap-shotted’ like that, I felt I had to do something to protect him and show him that I’ve got his back.
My peers have personal anecdotes that are powerful, Long said. As I look at those stories, it is a common sense thing for me, as an American citizen, coming from a different walk of life, [that] on an efficiency level the [system] could operate with compared to how it does now. … Disenfranchised people being able to find housing loans, jobs. [It’s] hard enough to stay ahead when you have a clean record.
Hearing the stories, it blows you away. For me, it is more of an efficiency thing. But the human element is undeniable as well.