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Old 07-27-2006, 04:10 PM   #16
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Re: Training Camp Roster Predictions

Then again, so does Torrin Tucker and we all see how HE worked out for the Cowboys.
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Old 07-27-2006, 04:17 PM   #17
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i like that quote. if is a mighty big word (if this guy hadn't gotten hurt then........)
As my grandmother once said to me over a football injury conversation during Thanksgiving dinner, "If your aunt had balls she'd be your uncle."
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As my grandmother once said to me over a football injury conversation during Thanksgiving dinner, "If your aunt had balls she'd be your uncle."
thats disgusting

whats even worse is that she said it while you were eating dinner
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Position depth is at the top of my list of crap that I'm really worried about for this season. I feel like everything can go down the shitter at the drop of a hat if the team gets unlucky.
However, some of my fears are eased by the coaching staff. I'd like to think that they can get almost any player to perform well.
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Old 07-27-2006, 04:37 PM   #20
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Yeah, I agree that there is no drama or setbacks at this point all seems pretty good. There are a couple of spots to watch how it plays out, that will be a good time.

I agree with TMC and also think Bugel is underly noted and his guys will be just as prepared by him then any other unit. Bugel is the coolest guy,the coaches offices are alligned like it was the Justice League HQ among legends and heroes. And I have a non Justice League photo.


Is there depth at OL ?
For the way our backups performed last year would it be crazy to say we are not much better or the same in talent but less in exp.this year to last? I think we evened out but with an upswing of being younger and having the opportunity to cultivate them .In 06-07 to come away this season with no drastic OL injuries could turn out as the perfect time that they spent investing in teaching these younger guys to be fundamental players.

I think Bugel is in his lab creating the love child of the Hogs/ Dirt Bags. I would be horrified to know what name it would be called.

With Shneed saying TJacobs is on the bubble- does anyone think he'll be kept or traded as to not stay in the division and head to the Eagles who desperately need speed and hahaha hands. Hey one mans trash vs treasure.

I feel we all have a gameplan heading into training camp. I'll be at the camp dissecting for further insight. Speaking of camp. When can we anticipate the Skins going Live full pads? Surely the first day would be shorts right? Took the Ravens like 3-4 days before full pads full contact or 3/4 speed.
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i like that quote. if is a mighty big word (if this guy hadn't gotten hurt then........)
Man, I'm just glad we're finally talking about football instead of such trivial things like stupid "Man Laws" and is 12thMan a guy or a girl!! Puh-lease!
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Man, I'm just glad we're finally talking about football instead of such trivial things like stupid "Man Laws" and is 12thMan a guy or a girl!! Puh-lease!
those stupid things got me though a very, very long off season. but you are right, let the games begin
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Man, I'm just glad we're finally talking about football instead of such trivial things like stupid "Man Laws" and is 12thMan a guy or a girl!! Puh-lease!
Come on Keith, nothing trivial about me being right.
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Come on Keith, nothing trivial about me being right.
Dude, I love you! You're the only cat that can call me by my name.

You hear that guys: Man Law: Only 'Malcolm' can call 12M Keith...for the rest of you bitches it's 12thMan!!
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All thanks to my connections.
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You know my career. It's all part of it.

That, and people skills.
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Old 07-27-2006, 05:11 PM   #28
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You know my career. It's all part of it.

That, and people skills.
Dude, Schneed's gonna get pissed at me for hi-jacking another thread!!
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Hijacking does indeed happen. I think we've all made our comments and that's when the tangents happen. On a side note, once the season starts, things get pretty damn serious around here.
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Thanks for the love, guys.

It was more than a little alarming to me last year during the playoff game at Seattle when one of the tackles went out for a few plays (I can't remember if it was Jansen or Samuels). The Skins already had Randy Thomas out with the broken leg, so old man Brown was in at guard. Then when the tackle went down, they decided to move Brown out to Tackle and put Raymer in at Guard. Seems to me if they had any confidence in Molinaro they would have just sent him in at tackle and let Ray Brown stay at guard where he was actually a little bit useful. Either they really didn't think much of Molinaro at that point, or they vastly overrated Cory Raymer's ability to play guard.

Either way, I hope Molinaro can be a good backup at T, because after that Seattle thing last year I'm not so sure.
That wasn't the reason that Raymer was in there. A tackle didn't get hurt. Ray Brown kept getting cramps, so they put in Raymer at guard.
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