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    Another tough test for Pouncey...

    Shaun Rogers.

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    Re: Another tough test for Pouncey...

    Yes........

    It is always tough to play against a guy who you think may be carrying a concealed handgun inside his padding.

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    Definately! He has been a "thorn" to Ben every time we play them even when we handle them easily. He always gets that cheap shot or hit after Ben would throw. Thing about Rodgers and it was the same in Detroit, when things aren't going right for him...He gets frustrated and isn't the same football player. Except the "shots" still come when he gets a chance.

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    He's a big dude, but our O-line held up alright against Baltimore and outside of perhaps the Jets I'm not sure who we'll run up against that can compare to those guys.
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    pouncey should hold up well. He probably learned alot after going up against Ngata. I'm wondering if Legursky played well enough to keep the starting RG spot. I would say yes. I like Essex as the swing man anyway.

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    Re: Another tough test for Pouncey...

    Quote Originally Posted by sentinel33
    pouncey should hold up well. He probably learned alot after going up against Ngata. I'm wondering if Legursky played well enough to keep the starting RG spot. I would say yes. I like Essex as the swing man anyway.
    I thought Legursky was up against Ngata last game... either way the OL held up well against the Ravens. Too bad Charlie wasn't on or it would have been a different outcome.

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    Ngata mostly played opposite Kemo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie
    Ngata mostly played opposite Kemo.
    Correct. And Haloti dominated. Ngata's 11 total tackles (8 solo) against up is absolutely sick for a 3-4 d-lineman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie
    Ngata mostly played opposite Kemo.
    Correct. And Haloti dominated. Ngata's 11 total tackles (8 solo) against up is absolutely sick for a 3-4 d-lineman.
    That was a sick performance. I have to think that guy is the best D-lineman in the league. Which is really hard to say about a Ratbird since

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie
    Ngata mostly played opposite Kemo.
    Correct. And Haloti dominated. Ngata's 11 total tackles (8 solo) against up is absolutely sick for a 3-4 d-lineman.
    That was a sick performance. I have to think that guy is the best D-lineman in the league. Which is really hard to say about a Ratbird since
    Yeah, I think he's the most dominating force on DL in the league. If I could pick one player to add to our defense, I'd be tempted by the likes of Darrelle Revis, Nnamdi Asomugha, Patrick Willis, and DeMarcus Ware, but I think I would ultimately pick Ngata.
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