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    I have as well.

    it seems crystal clear they need both.

    hopefully some kind of deal can be reached after the season, even if we have to tag him to get it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    I agree they compliment each other well and HAVE ARGUED TO SIGN BOTH
    That is totally up to Wallace. He has to make the decision that he wants to be here. He could have already made the decision to stay if he wanted to. He had a great offer.

    I still beieve that if Wallace wants significantly more than he was already offered he won't be staying here. IMO Brown is the more complete better WR in terms of skills but he and Wallace work well together because they do compliment each other to include Brown being the complete team player and Wallace not
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    to dubs point though, wallace gets into the endzone and that is an area that brown must improve on. And what also makes wallace the more complete receiver, IMO. He catches his fair share of slants and side outs, he isn't just running upfield as fast as he can as some here seem to believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    Which one of you is the blind squirrel, and which one of you is nuts?
    That is an excellent question and I'm almost fearful to see how others would respond, especially if you were to ask Mrs. Phillyesq...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelz09 View Post
    So Cal ran a 3-4 at times under Pete Carroll. I'm not sure if they do that anymore. I know Alabama will run a 3-4 as well.
    USC ran the same 4-3 D that Carroll runs in Seattle now...it looks like a 3-4 because it uses a stand-up DE called an "elephant" or a "leo" that he learned from George Seifert at San Fran...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    That is an excellent question and I'm almost fearful to see how others would respond, especially if you were to ask Mrs. Phillyesq...
    Well Philly has a sq in his name already so that makes him the squirrel now if we can just keep him off of Ovid's nut.............I mean that would make Ovi nuts
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    Quote Originally Posted by fordfixer View Post
    Well Philly has a sq in his name already so that makes him the squirrel now if we can just keep him off of Ovid's nut.............I mean that would make Ovi nuts
    He's also a lawyer, and justice is blind...


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