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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    Ben... hands down. He'll have more production just by sheer number of weapons around him. He's the trigger. I think an all-out nastier running game will open up the passing game and with the hands that are both at the line, the flat and playing wideout, he'll have less sacks and a significant increase in passer rating. Ben makes the PRO BOWL with stellar numbers.

    You lose! You didn't follow the rules, he said Ben doesn't count as an answer. Where's calmkiller (I think that's who it is) with the "Fail" pictures when we need them!! I'd like to see that cat trying to eat his food but spilling it everywhere right about now.
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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Gary Russell.I think that he's going to really impress in TC and force us to trade FWP........................... :P .I was kidding about trading Willie,but I do think Russell will have a decent year.

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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Shiek
    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    Ben... hands down. He'll have more production just by sheer number of weapons around him. He's the trigger. I think an all-out nastier running game will open up the passing game and with the hands that are both at the line, the flat and playing wideout, he'll have less sacks and a significant increase in passer rating. Ben makes the PRO BOWL with stellar numbers.

    You lose! You didn't follow the rules, he said Ben doesn't count as an answer. Where's calmkiller (I think that's who it is) with the "Fail" pictures when we need them!! I'd like to see that cat trying to eat his food but spilling it everywhere right about now.


    I didn't pay attention to that portion of CK's post. "Engrish barry hawd to undastan."

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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
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    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    Ben... hands down. He'll have more production just by sheer number of weapons around him. He's the trigger. I think an all-out nastier running game will open up the passing game and with the hands that are both at the line, the flat and playing wideout, he'll have less sacks and a significant increase in passer rating. Ben makes the PRO BOWL with stellar numbers.

    You lose! You didn't follow the rules, he said Ben doesn't count as an answer. Where's calmkiller (I think that's who it is) with the "Fail" pictures when we need them!! I'd like to see that cat trying to eat his food but spilling it everywhere right about now.

    I didn't pay attention to that portion of CK's post. "Engrish barry hawd to undastan."
    In any event, your post is spot on. Pro Bowl baby. Starter?
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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

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    Justin Hartwig. Just because he is not Sean Mahan.
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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    I think Ward will have a monster year with Limas and Holmes doing their thing he will find the soft spots over and over. Hines is a smart veteran who knows where to be when and with the offensive firepower we have now it will only make everyone better. Can't wait for the season to start!
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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    I hope that Bruce Arians has a great year on offense...

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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Santonio Holmes will certainly have a big year if he can stay healthy. I love the way he is learning to block with wreckless abandon like 86. He really showed great toughness last year and should see even more balls come his way on third down this year. He has great quickness and is learning and refining all of time. I think he'll get all-pro consideration.
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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood
    Santonio Holmes will certainly have a big year if he can stay healthy. I love the way he is learning to block with wreckless abandon like 86. He really showed great toughness last year and should see even more balls come his way on third down this year. He has great quickness and is learning and refining all of time. I think he'll get all-pro consideration.


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    Re: Who on offense could have a very good year and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Shiek
    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    Ben... hands down. He'll have more production just by sheer number of weapons around him. He's the trigger. I think an all-out nastier running game will open up the passing game and with the hands that are both at the line, the flat and playing wideout, he'll have less sacks and a significant increase in passer rating. Ben makes the PRO BOWL with stellar numbers.

    You lose! You didn't follow the rules, he said Ben doesn't count as an answer. Where's calmkiller (I think that's who it is) with the "Fail" pictures when we need them!! I'd like to see that cat trying to eat his food but spilling it everywhere right about now.
























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