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Old 01-10-2009, 11:03 PM   #1
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Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

Their OL starting lineup consists of:

A 3rd round under achieving LT tackle who's on his 3rd team in 8 years (Gandy)
A 6th round pick LG signed of Buffalo's roster (Wells)
A free agent C who wasn't drafted in 2007 (Sendlein)
A 2nd round pick RG (Lutui)
A 5th overall pick RT (Levi Brown)

The job he has done with this group is awesome, they dominated tonight along with the Cards defense.

My point is, that this could be us next year with Rinehart, a couple of rookie draft picks and veteran mix already on the roster. The change could occur quickly.
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re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

Do you think coaching has anything to do with it??
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re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

It all starts at the line. Did you see the time Warner had? They had a pretty good rushing and gave up 1 sack to a high powered defense. Yeah, starts with coaching, a great OL coaching job!!
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re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

Yea i was talking about the o-line coach, but the cards are playing amazing defense also. There really not rushing a ton just playing a base 4-3 and stacking the box.
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:08 AM   #5
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re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

Good job Russ. You know it was nothing special they just did a good job. The defensive turn-overs were the nails in the coffin. I like seeing Arizona do something.
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And we beat these guys this past year!
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Re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

Good group who got up real big for the game. Congrats to Grimm.
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Re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

grimm was a beast
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Re: Kudos to Grimm, great job with Arizona's OL

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Originally Posted by SFREDSKIN View Post
Their OL starting lineup consists of:

A 3rd round under achieving LT tackle who's on his 3rd team in 8 years (Gandy)
A 6th round pick LG signed of Buffalo's roster (Wells)
A free agent C who wasn't drafted in 2007 (Sendlein)
A 2nd round pick RG (Lutui)
A 5th overall pick RT (Levi Brown)

The job he has done with this group is awesome, they dominated tonight along with the Cards defense.

My point is, that this could be us next year with Rinehart, a couple of rookie draft picks and veteran mix already on the roster. The change could occur quickly.
With a couple of the right moves it could. I think it will. Great job Russ. Wish you were here.
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