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    His strides make him pop dat thang.

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    I would like some specificity as to which thang he is popping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    I would like some specificity as to which thang he is popping.
    Hopefully not his hamstring. That would be a bad "pop dat thang"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    I would like some specificity as to which thang he is popping.
    If it's referring to the ball, would the play be over at the point where he popped it? Does anyone know the rule on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    If it's referring to the ball, would the play be over at the point where he popped it? Does anyone know the rule on that?
    One time i thought for sure david johnson was going to pop the ball...just had a death grip on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    One time i thought for sure david johnson was going to pop the ball...just had a death grip on it
    I can't recall him ever catching a ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    I can't recall him ever catching a ball.
    Its the only time i can....hence why its still in my memory lol

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    Dri Archer isn’t sure how he’ll be used
    Posted by Mike Florio on July 3, 2014, 9:22 AM EDT

    The Steelers may have gotten the (wait for it) steal of the draft with third-round running back Dri Archer, a speedster from Kent State that adds an intriguing dynamic to the Pittsburgh attack. Assuming that Archer can get the most out of his skills on the sometimes choppy, uneven turf of Heinz Field, Archer brings a home-run threat at tailback that the Pittsburgh offense hasn’t seen since Willie Parker.

    But Archer could me more than that. For now, he doesn’t know exactly what he’ll be.

    “I’m not sure,” Archer recently said, via August Fagerstrom of the Akron Beacon Journal. “It’s going to be a big role, but I’m just going to do whatever I’m asked to do. Play receiver, play running back, helping special teams. Whatever they want me to do, I’m going to do it.”

    Similarly speedy first-round linebacker Ryan Shazier thinks Archer will do plenty.

    “He really does everything,” Shazier said. “He can catch, he can run, he even goes through the tackles sometimes. Having him be able to do all that in practice really helps us break down angles, fundamentals and trust ourselves and what we have to do.

    “When you’re chasing him and really understanding the way he cuts, you’re not going to see anybody faster than him, so it helps you be able to read and tackle any other guy.”

    With Le’Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount presumably at the top of the depth chart at tailback, Archer could be a candidate to enter the fray on third downs, catching passes out of the backfield or shifting to the slot and hoping to be matched against a linebacker.

    Regardless, the Steelers wouldn’t have taken Archer with a second-day pick if they didn’t have real plans for him in his first year. While some of that speed could be wasted on a slow track in November and December, Archer could make a major impact for the Steelers, possibly right out of the gates.

    [URL]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/07/03/dri-archer-isnt-sure-how-hell-be-used/[/URL]


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    "Poop that Thang..." -Najeh Davenport

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