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    I'll take Pantera over slayer EXODUS or Testament . Hood is best at NT

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    I also wouldn't mind seeing Hood at NT if he can carry the extra weight. I think he could be a bit more reliable there than at DE as it seems like he is better off collapsing the pocket than chipping in on the run game. He'd be a bit different than Hampton, but I think he could work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by connecticutsteel View Post
    I'll take Pantera over slayer EXODUS or Testament . Hood is best at NT
    Vulgar was an excellent album. but it didnt come out until 92. cowboys was nowhere near as good and that was the only one out at the time.

    and yeah, Hood would be best at NT but even with the current issues im still not convinced he would fare better than hampton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by connecticutsteel View Post
    I'll take Pantera over slayer EXODUS or Testament . Hood is best at NT
    You'd probably like Texas Hippie Coalition.



    God, I hate that band.

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    LaMarr Woodley is feeling more confident this week in the Steelers' ability to stop the run even though they'll be facing one of the league's top running backs in Chris Johnson. "We have made some corrections with everybody getting to the gaps and finishing plays," Woodley said. "It's been the main focus this week. Woodley said the Steelers have picked themselves up after an emotionally draining loss to Houston. "It's too early to have one or two games define our season," he said. "We've still got an opportunity to be 14-2."

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    Let's hope so, I only wish those "corrections" were made after week 1, not after week 4.

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    Hopefully Woodley is right and they have corrected their mistakes. I think they are going to do it and do it convincingly. Foolishly optimistic? Probably, but if the Steelers come out and dominate, it gives me an "I told you so," opportunity, so I have to stick with it.

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