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Old 04-30-2011, 01:56 PM   #196
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Erin Andrews, end of story.
Dude, we still had a few to go to before we got to the top. Skinzwin was going to come back with Linda Cohn, and then I'd throw out Sage Steele, then there might be another one or two THEN we go Erin Andrews.
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Old 04-30-2011, 01:56 PM   #197
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Wrong team named after Natives selected Stanzi.
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Old 04-30-2011, 01:57 PM   #198
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Erin Andrews, end of story.
Game. Set. Match. Incredible rack.

But, for me, I love booty. Pam Oliver from Fox is my dream girl...love.
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Old 04-30-2011, 01:58 PM   #199
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I'm forwarding this thread to Hannah, Suzy, Rachel and Erin
Cool. Looking forward to hearing something back. Call me Erin.
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Wrong team named after Natives selected Stanzi.
Good, lets take a shot at McElroy.
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Thats sexual harrasment.....by us but still you're like an accomplice.
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Dude, we still had a few to go to before we got to the top. Skinzwin was going to come back with Linda Cohn, and then I'd throw out Sage Steele, then there might be another one or two THEN we go Erin Andrews.
HAHA. Funny how half of these ESPN girls have stripper stage names.
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Old 04-30-2011, 02:01 PM   #204
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HAHA. Funny how half of these ESPN girls have stripper stage names.
I never said that. Smoot I never said that you have to believe me. Please don't forward this thread. Hannah Storm I love you.
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Williams probably still has a role as a 3rd down back, Davis is probably gone
Well that's good because I like Keiland. I thought he showed us something in the Monday Night Massacre against the Eagles. There's still probably going to be wide open competition for those spots this summer, though.
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Mike Shannahan knows more about what tailbacks fit his system than all of us combined. If he thinks Helu is a good fit then he is a good fit. He is not slow he ran a 4.4. And we dont need him to run for 87 yard touchdowns we need a guy that is consistent, fits the system, and can get you 4-5 yards. Plus he is a good compliment to Torrain, with Williams a capable third down back.

Our RB position is now set, which is a good thing. And we still have a good amount of picks left for other positions.
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Since we haven't addresed NT Powe would be a good pick, same thing w/ Sturdavant, but I'm guessing they won't be around when we pick.
What? Jarvis Jenkins will play NT. He was our 2nd round choice.
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Old 04-30-2011, 02:03 PM   #208
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for the next pick I would like to see Jason Pinkston OT Pitt or add depth at the nose tackle position with Jerrel Powe Miss
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Old 04-30-2011, 02:04 PM   #209
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Mike Shannahan knows more about what tailbacks fit his system than all of us combined. If he thinks Helu is a good fit then he is a good fit. He is not slow he ran a 4.4. And we dont need him to run for 87 yard touchdowns we need a guy that is consistent, fits the system, and can get you 4-5 yards. Plus he is a good compliment to Torrain, with Williams a capable third down back.

Our RB position is now set, which is a good thing. And we still have a good amount of picks left for other positions.
Funny thing is without durability concerns Torrain is a regular 1,200 - 1,500 yard rusher in this system. Still in todays NFL you need depth and assuming everyone comes ready to play the Torrain-Helu-Williams group should be a good one.
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