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Old 05-23-2010, 07:42 PM   #16
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Re: What Position Has Seen the Most Talent

Just thought I'd slide this in here.

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Old 05-23-2010, 09:56 PM   #17
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Who would you put at TE to round out the receiving corp? Didirer? Jerry Smith? Cooley?
As a receiver, either Jerry Smith or Cooley. Blocking TE, without question, Don Warren.
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Old 05-24-2010, 02:37 PM   #18
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LOL Ethan Albright!
Longevity has its merits. The Red Snapper was also the best in the league at that position. Ever remember a snap sailing over a punter's head in his reign? Neither do it.

Look at Rabach in the shotgun if you want to appreciate Albright.
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Old 05-24-2010, 02:39 PM   #19
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Grant played DT next to Butz.
He played some O-line too.

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Longevity has its merits. The Red Snapper was also the best in the league at that position. Ever remember a snap sailing over a punter's head in his reign? Neither do it.

Look at Rabach in the shotgun if you want to appreciate Albright.
I wasn't taking anything away from him I just don't think that I would classify him as a Offensive Lineman. He was more of a specialist in my mind. I mean his blocking only led to one offensive TD by Hunter Smith. Then again he did snap and block for every field goal and XP attempt; As well as every punt. I still don't know if I would classify him as an offensive lineman though...what the hell, his jersey number was in the 50's right?
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I wasn't taking anything away from him I just don't think that I would classify him as a Offensive Lineman. He was more of a specialist in my mind. I mean his blocking only led to one offensive TD by Hunter Smith. Then again he did snap and block for every field goal and XP attempt; As well as every punt. I still don't know if I would classify him as an offensive lineman though...what the hell, his jersey number was in the 50's right?
He wore different numbers over his career. The one I remember first is #67, also #71...may have been others.
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He wore different numbers over his career. The one I remember first is #67, also #71...may have been others.
What I was getting at was that he wore an Olineman number. So I will categorize him as an Olineman if for no other reason. There is no denying that he was good at what he did I just would not consider him a punishing blocker or anything.
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