In Morris Co., N.J. at the right end of a Browning 12 gauge, with Nick to my left n Rex to my right.
Pretty good analysis, I thought that presentation was your best yet. Are you under a time constraint?, cause if your not maybe slow down just a tick, at times. Jets have to score 6, not 3 as well. Love the " foot on their throat" line.
[QUOTE=Apache 51;3832375]Pretty good analysis, I thought that presentation was your best yet. Are you under a time constraint?, cause if your not maybe slow down just a tick, at times. Jets have to score 6, not 3 as well. Love the " foot on their throat" line.[/QUOTE]
Thanks Apache! I only have 2 1/2 hrs per week to film 30 videos.. So, I kinda am under time constraints.. However, I can extend clips a few more seconds to better help with slowing my pace down.. I appreciate that feedback!
i'll give em all the credit in the world for doing this. he certainly presented this stuff better than i could. however, if i may say, you can just about say the same thing about every team matchup. there are some variations but every team the jets have faced will go against revis and cromartie and the jets are supposed to be able to run, yada, yada, yada. i think i would've liked to hear about woody's status, the jets troubles scoring td's in the red zone or their lack of a great pass rush. the bengals? they're playing out the season. they can play for pride and possibly pull an upset but not likely. it is a trap game.
Good analysis. Good presentation. You might be mimicing Greg Gumbel a little too much. Loosen your collar a tad (metaphorically). But only a little, your presentation is stylized well just needs a little good earth. JMO
I like it. I think you did a nice job. Also, don't be afraid use lines like, "foot on their throats" or "pound the ball the ball down their throats". Those are terms that every day fans use all the time. I think that will allow you to reach regular fans better. JMO