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    I'm not. We started 1-2 each of the last two seasons. This game was a wake up call. They'll get it... Go to last post

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    When they play a team like Jacksonville rather than Seattle or SF.

    From the first game, that... Go to last post

    ScottDCP 09-23-2014 04:43 PM

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    Top 10/Bottom 5 - Week 4!

    I just may re-use and steal that Chargers stat in the COTL Week 5.

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    Rich Gapinski 09-23-2014 01:59 PM

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    Oldcat 09-23-2014 01:34 PM

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    Bengals1181 09-23-2014 12:28 PM

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    - Pretty sure Peyton Manning will take your moral victory and tell you to stuff it.

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    Just posted a new article on the the DrugstoreList.com site listing about 5 rounds of top seniors and juniors who may be available for the 2012 draft.
    The list is ordered by colleges and includes jersey numbers for easy tracking during TV watching. Players have been assigned a rough early draft rating.
    It appears that 2012 will be another big year for early-entry juniors, especially at the skill positions.
    The total list is probably too extensive for posting at this site but should be easy to copy.
    The site also includes several draft history charts.

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    1. ScottDCP's Avatar
      I'm primarily interested in Offensive Tackles. Next to the guy from Boise St. there is a parenthetical G. Does that mean he projects to guard in the NFL?
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      Quote Originally Posted by ScottDCP View Post
      I'm primarily interested in Offensive Tackles. Next to the guy from Boise St. there is a parenthetical G. Does that mean he projects to guard in the NFL?
      In reference to Nate Potter, it means that the combines currently have him listed as an offensive tackle but there are some opinions that he might fit in better at guard. Some observers question whether he has the necessary footwork to protect the outside. JJ
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