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    With John Clays size, we should at least try him at fullback during a pre season game to see if he can get the job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddjammin View Post
    With John Clays size, we should at least try him at fullback during a pre season game to see if he can get the job done.
    Dwyer too. With those two we could run a few more quick hitting fullback traps too.

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    i just got the oportunity to watch the eagles game. based on what i saw from legursky, he couldnt be any worse at FB that he was at center......wow

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    John Clay would likely be to fullbacks what Frank Summers was to fullbacks once upon a time. Dwyer was a fullback in a triple option gimmick offense, not a pro style offense...doesn't translate.


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    This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    John Clay would likely be to fullbacks what Frank Summers was to fullbacks once upon a time. Dwyer was a fullback in a triple option gimmick offense, not a pro style offense...doesn't translate.
    I don't know that I would characterize the triple option as a "gimmick"...

    Old school guys like Don Faurot and Bud Wilkinson are turning over in their graves...

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