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  1. It's a shame, Todd Haley's offense could help him...

    It's a shame, Todd Haley's offense could help him blossom in some of the intermediate routes that he has not been as productive running, but if he holds out he will probably be utilized to still be a...
  2. One last thing, I did point out in the article...

    One last thing, I did point out in the article that Mike Webster was NFL Network's #68 player of all time. He's there for a reason.
  3. Regardless of that, however, back then offensive...

    Regardless of that, however, back then offensive linemen didn't have to deal with as much movements, zone blitzes (thank you, LeBeau) and other complications that linemen have had to combat in mroe...
  4. That's a great point. You did see a lot of those...

    That's a great point. You did see a lot of those linemen moving laterally in a similar fashion to Shanahan's zone blocking scheme. Maybe it wasn't his blocking scheme that was the revolutionary part...
  5. I think the thing is they were small compared to...

    I think the thing is they were small compared to today's standards, but when people are talking about Buck Buchanan being a giant at 280 pounds or so, the perception of size is a bit skewed. As far...
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    If you make an investment that great in a player,...

    If you make an investment that great in a player, you might be more than a little concerned about the player's health. Haley's more precision-based offense could be a career extender for Big Ben,...
  7. Mike Webster --> Dermontti Dawson --? Maurkice Pouncey

    I wrote an article profiling Dermontti Dawson for his long-overdue hall of fame induction, and in it I spoke about how he was a bridge from Mike Webster, the old school center, to a new breed of...
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