Twitter: Prescott: We're running the Texas Coast offense

PAPPYDOG

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Ok, Dakko but can he catch the chicken with you at QB???? :muttley:
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So no more excuse for not throwing deep pass and instead taking the under dump off. Correct?

I know cooks is faster and can get separation , what about hands , sure handed ? ( unlike . Cough cough lamb cough )
 

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The west coast has better beaches, but it also has more of a chance of being completely destroyed by an earthquake at any moment. Is Dak taking this into account?

In fairness, Texas' coasts are rather susceptible to hurricanes, and it's not impossible for a tsunami to strike there (https://www.nola.com/news/environme...cle_723a7509-3815-53e6-a314-485fc475d3ca.html). Theoretically, it's not impossible for a landslide near New Orleans to result in a large tsunami. Plus, there's also New Madrid, Missouri, which had a massive series of earthquakes in 1811-1812, which caused essentially the Mississippi to change direction and a tsunami in the river and to go with it. A big enough quake could theoretically result in a tsunami hitting the Texas coast too.
 

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Can't remember if it was Isaiah Stanback or Jesse Holley that stated that WR's need to run EVERY ROUTE on EVERY PLAY at full speed in the WCO - Cooks already showing them how it's done.
Jesse Holley at his peak couldn't outrun Tyron Smith in a footrace...
 

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This years epiphany!
Got to give him credit, it's better than pop on his balls :thumbup:
 

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In fairness, Texas' coasts are rather susceptible to hurricanes, and it's not impossible for a tsunami to strike there (https://www.nola.com/news/environme...cle_723a7509-3815-53e6-a314-485fc475d3ca.html). Theoretically, it's not impossible for a landslide near New Orleans to result in a large tsunami. Plus, there's also New Madrid, Missouri, which had a massive series of earthquakes in 1811-1812, which caused essentially the Mississippi to change direction and a tsunami in the river and to go with it. A big enough quake could theoretically result in a tsunami hitting the Texas coast too.
Lots of wild hypotheticals. And un-scientific silliness.

-No states in the gulf region have any notable seismic (earthquake) history
-Yes Missouri DOES(!) have seismic history and yes New Madrid was hit with a doozy earthquake
-Is Missouri along the coast? No. Is it near the coast? Is it near Texas? No! I hated the drive with my girlfriend in 1998 from Dallas to meet her family in Branson, Missouri!

"In historic times, tsunami waves recorded along the Gulf Coast have all been less than 1 meter (3 feet)"
-U.S. Geological Society
https://www.usgs.gov/centers/pcmsc/could-it-happen-here

Over the course of many centuries...no more than a 3 feet "tsunami"

That might get your towell damp if you are half way up the beach at Galveston.
 
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