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    On the TD to Sanders

    Summers whiffed again!!!

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Big surprise. He reminds me of Carey Davis. I'd rather see Dwyer make the team then him.

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Quote Originally Posted by isonator07
    Big surprise. He reminds me of Carey Davis. I'd rather see Dwyer make the team then him.


    Frank the Tank should stick to what he does best...Streaking.



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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Thats funny...
    Steelers Draft
    Rd 1: Mad Maxx Williams - TE
    Rd 2: Owa Odighizuwa - OLB
    Rd 3: Steven Nelson - CB
    Rd 4: Jaquiski Tartt - S
    Rd 5: Henry Anderson - DE
    Rd 6: Lorenzo Doss - CB
    Rd 7: James Vaughters -OLB

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    he may not be just the worst FN in the league... there are probably some college kids better then him.


    watching the hanowski kid with pitt, you'll see what a competent FB can do. he eliminates the guy he goes to block. there's no one sliding off his block and making an attempt at the tackle... to boot, the guy seems to have pretty good feet for such a big guy.

    and i'll wager he's not even a top 10 prospect coming out of school at the FB position

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    I'd rather see Carey Davis back if he was available.

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Summers needs work. But if we are keeping a whiff count this preseason, Essex is out in front. Even if he stops for 8 McDoubles and sticks around to play in the play palace...Summers won't catch him. I still shake my head why he is the best option.
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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Quote Originally Posted by aggiebones
    I'd rather see Carey Davis back if he was available.
    I was thinking the same thing.

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    Re: On the TD to Sanders

    Quote Originally Posted by JUST-PLAIN-NASTY
    Summers needs work. But if we are keeping a whiff count this preseason, Essex is out in front. Even if he stops for 8 McDoubles and sticks around to play in the play palace...Summers won't catch him. I still shake my head why he is the best option.
    Exactly, start Urbik and let him learn. He has more potential and was a much better blocker this PS.

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