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Marrdro
08-19-2011, 03:29 PM
Practice had been over for a while Thursday, but Vikings receiver Jaymar Johnson was still on the field.

He and assistant coach Jimmie Johnson were playing catch, with Jaymar Johnson wearing a fancy-looking pair of shades. Fancy and special. Those glasses, obtained from the trainers, flicker quickly between full vision and a black screen, designed to induce maximum concentration from anyone hoping to catch a football.

"It's unbelievable how it can focus you," Johnson said.



Fringe wideouts hope to catch on
(http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/128043908.html)
What happened to the company that was working with Troy and his glasses?

On a side note. I anticipate that we will see more of the passing attack this weekend as the staff worked to implement the next level of the scheme.

Against the Seachickens secondary we should see some good stuff out of almost everybody.

iowa
08-20-2011, 12:59 AM
Andre Holmes is an intriguing prospect, nice combo of size and speed, 6'4" 210, 4.5 forty and his college's all time leader in receiving, albeit a small school but sometimes those guys are the real deal, ie.Miles Austin, T.O,.Hope he gets a few looks this weekend, he might be someone we can develop into that big body we need at wideout.

battleaxe4cheese
08-20-2011, 02:01 AM
Practice had been over for a while Thursday, but Vikings receiver Jaymar Johnson was still on the field.

He and assistant coach Jimmie Johnson were playing catch, with Jaymar Johnson wearing a fancy-looking pair of shades. Fancy and special. Those glasses, obtained from the trainers, flicker quickly between full vision and a black screen, designed to induce maximum concentration from anyone hoping to catch a football.

"It's unbelievable how it can focus you," Johnson said.



Fringe wideouts hope to catch on
(http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/128043908.html)
What happened to the company that was working with Troy and his glasses?

On a side note. I anticipate that we will see more of the passing attack this weekend as the staff worked to implement the next level of the scheme.

Against the Seachickens secondary we should see some good stuff out of almost everybody.

Troys glasses didn't flicker and were always on the black screen.