Tuesday, November 11, 2008
November 10, 2008
WR Ted Ginn Jr.- Ginn was a blur on that 100-yard kickoff return that didn't count. Why didn't this blazer start the season as the kickoff returner again? Sure looked like he could make that first defender miss. Ginn also showed off those mitts for hands he has on the 39-yard touchdown catch, which the Dolphins second-year receiver caught with two defenders draped all over him.Ginn's route running has consistently gotten better this season, and he proved that on the four passes he caught for 67 yards. He also had a 37-yard kickoff return that sizzled. He's clearly gaining confidence in his ability, and the coaches and quarterback are gaining confidence in him. I'm predicting it's only a matter of time before he produces a big return. When a blocking unit knows they have someone dynamic behind them they work a little harder to make sure he has openings. Now, if only the special teams unit could clean it up a little bit to make sure Ginn doesn't have another big return called back.