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    Re: Chem At Camp

    It's truly a shame that our Oline will make our superstars at every Offensive position useless. Sure Holmes can go deep, Miller goes up the seem, Mendenhall can break a long one, Ward can catch in traffic, etc...none of this will matter because Ben will be scrambling for his life right off the bat.... We really have special team on O and D...I have started to pray for the line.
    ours is not to wonder why just invert and multiply...

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    [quote=Eddie Spaghetti]
    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnMedGuy
    Quote Originally Posted by "Eddie Spaghetti":aqna0kft
    i'm sorry, but what are your qualifications to make these judgements?
    He was an OLman for the Chicago Bears. Anything else?
    ease up loverboy.

    comments like spaeth is going to make the team and mendenhall is a real find sound ridiculous. everyone knows that. his OL comments may have some merit, but the overall tone of the post is a little arrogant, at best. i was just trying to find out where all of this seemingly inside knowledge was coming from, and from what previous experience was it based on. don't get your panties in a wad. i know i'm not a "regular".

    Anything else?[/quote:aqna0kft]

    Eddie...to come here and trash one of our more knowledgeable posters is poor form. What experience do you have to judge a former professional football player? And I don't believe there is an arrogant bone in Chem's body. You are certainly not off to a good start here.
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    Re: Chem At Camp

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnMedGuy
    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    i'm sorry, but what are your qualifications to make these judgements?
    He was an OLman for the Chicago Bears. Anything else?


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    Chem,

    Could Starks move inside to right guard and replace Simmons? Too tall? Too slow? Wrong skill set? or, could it work?

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    Thanks for your insight.

    I always look forward to your camp reports.

    You could very well have a blog... if we knew what your qualifications were and you didn't sound so effin arrogant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeetJoeGreene
    Thanks for your insight.

    I always look forward to your camp reports.

    You could very well have a blog... if we knew what your qualifications were and you didn't sound so effin arrogant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeetJoeGreene
    Thanks for your insight.

    I always look forward to your camp reports.

    You could very well have a blog... if we knew what your qualifications were and you didn't sound so effin arrogant.
    You mean qualifications like the rest of us have? He don't need no stinkin qualifications to post that kind of information, I mean, any one of us could go to camp and provide that kind of detail about O-line play. :P

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    Re: Chem At Camp

    This is just my uniformed opinion, but I'm still not comfortable with Colon at RT. He has short arms, and let's not forget he gave up more sacks than anyone on the line. If he can play guard, I'd like to see how he stacks up compared to Ken-doll Simmons.

    Let our overpaid Starks earn his paycheck at RT. Honestly, I don't think he played too badly last year either. It couldn't hurt to at least try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelTorch
    This is just my uniformed opinion, but I'm still not comfortable with Colon at RT. He has short arms, and let's not forget he gave up more sacks than anyone on the line. If he can play guard, I'd like to see how he stacks up compared to Ken-doll Simmons.

    Let our overpaid Starks earn his paycheck at RT. Honestly, I don't think he played too badly last year either. It couldn't hurt to at least try.
    I'm not really sure that would cure anything at this point.
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    I hope Ben's groin injury isn't too serious.

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