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    dude use the quote button because your posts are confusing when you dont lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIESELMAN View Post
    I'm hoping every RB in camp pushes each other so hard that it might come down to being a hard choice on who stays and who goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    dude use the quote button because your posts are confusing when you dont lol
    Just figured it out mate.......sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzburghpete View Post
    Annoy....This isn't your site so sorry if you're annoyed.... Dude come on you can't be serious?......If you're getting this bent out of shape from my post then you might not want to stick around here at SA when the season starts and if the Steelers lose a game....Then you really might be annoyed from some of the post from some of us members...



    LOL nah im not serious and don't get me wrong i'm not stomping up and down "getting bent out of shape " or steaming bout this mate, far from it, just i think it's unfair to knock players for gettng injured, thats all, as it's not their fault, ergo don't knock Najeh for getting ... well ..... knocked!!!


    Football is a physical game and I don't need a Brit to tell me that -
    Mate lol or not i didn't appreciate that.

    If your worried that because i'm "english" i therefore don't know what i'm talking about FYI i am currently the QB for Team England Flag american football. ( i have also represented my country as a baseball pitcher )

    I have followed / studied / played football for 28 years.
    My point is, don't diss what i say cos i'm english therefore you think i don't know about football. K?
    First of all I'll knock whoever the hell I want..... Second I didn't say you didn't know what you're talking about...Just saying I myself don't need anyone to educate me about the NFL....

    I never said Dookie couldn't be a good role player for the Steelers....I just think he has shown to be injury prone in the past with the Packers and is alittle soft for a RB his size...Thats all.....

    Have a nice day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black@Gold Forever32 View Post

    Just saying I myself don't need anyone to educate me about the NFL....







    have a great day too mate.

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    Davenport is an exciting player and We can have the best Tandum RBs is the AFC North for sure

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    I liked what I saw of Davenport last year... and he should be even better this year.



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    I like what Najeh brings especially on 3rd down and with the screens. He showed a lot of potential in that area last year; if we can get him to run with a tad more power this year he could really be a force for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOP GUN View Post
    if we can get him to run with a tad more power this year he could really be a force for us.
    I know what you mean... for a big back he doesn't seem to run that powerfull. I think he runs to upright and his height doesn't help him. Some backs know where they need to be at the point of impact to keep their balance or at least fall forward.



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    I never watched him enough before he got her last year to really know his running style that well but you're right about him running too upright. He's got a long stride which is good and makes him deceptively fast, but he'll have to get that head down and power through the tacklers to break the first wave a lot better than he did.

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