Originally Posted by LaTunaNostra
Well, to hear Nors tell it, dynamism in the huddle is exactly what Bledsoe brings to the huddle that the 'listless' Testaverde didn't.
If course, Tony and DH didn't have to deal with Berry and Okeafor..that's a factor that minimizes any chance to build energy in the huddle...
but I was impressed with both kids in that regard.
Particularly Henson. He does not look like a guy who will be shell shocked easily, and a bad throw won't set up a chain reaction of foolish attempts to reclaim it.
Bledsoe is a less gregarious version of Herman Munster.
The field presence of both back ups was impressive.
Henson impressed me from day one when he went into the Ravens game, got blitzed on the first play, fumbled...and then went 6-6 and drove the team to their only TD that day.
Last night, Henson was the bus driver...and Romo showed why Parcells likes him.