to play football, not to play trumpet
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|2 years 41 weeks ago||The Successories reference reminded me of this website||
when ever I need a fix of corporate snark I go there....
|3 years 1 week ago||I don't get the whole make him a WR thing...||
He is such a good athlete you could make the argument he could "learn" lots of positions, but fergodsakes, he ran for 4500 yards. You don't do that running only "in space" like some people have said. He has proven he can run inside, outside , break tackles or break ankles, he has shown he can do it all running the football. As for his size, he is already bigger than 2 of Mel Kiper's top 5 RB prospects. Why aren't they being slotted for WR? I also think he may not have had a focus on gaining weight for the QB position, I think he could easily add 10-15 punds of good weight if gaining weight was a focus for him. As far as blocking, it is nice if he can learn to do it, but Barry Sanders and Chris Johnson didn't really seem to do much of it and they both are single season. 2000 yard rushers. He has no experience at WR, why have him start from scratch learning a role vs playing a posoiton he would be able to learn much faster and has already shown good performance at?
|3 years 35 weeks ago||I have a new #1|
|3 years 37 weeks ago||I think any song by Falco would incite violence...||
Rock me Amadeus is enough to have Green Peace driving a homemade helicopter into the stadium to save the unprotected ears of 100,000 Wolverines.
|3 years 39 weeks ago||Sorry, we have to have one exception to the 3 sport rule...||
Track and Field- Bob Ufer
C'mon oldtimers comittee, get it going.