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  • the best way to look at QG, CS and AG

    how did these 3 do in college?

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    Dunno the full stats but Ahmaad got an injury..Cecil God knows how he did, I didn't even know who he was, and Q did ok...But let's look at it this way they were all rookies this year
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    • #3
      Cecil Sapp was actually very good. He tore up a pretty good Colorado defense on a few occasions

      Zero Wing, the greatest Japanese to English translation ever...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by eastcoastbrawla
        Dunno the full stats but Ahmaad got an injury..Cecil God knows how he did, I didn't even know who he was, and Q did ok...But let's look at it this way they were all rookies this year
        Q did far better than just OK in college, brawla. (which is no doubt why Shanahan signed him in the first place).

        Tell me more about Ahmaad's injury, though. I'd heard he'd been injured, but never got around to gathering details.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by broncos_chick
          Q did far better than just OK in college, brawla. (which is no doubt why Shanahan signed him in the first place).

          Tell me more about Ahmaad's injury, though. I'd heard he'd been injured, but never got around to gathering details.
          me neither..
          I just heard he got injured
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          • #6
            Supposedly, Galloway would have been a first rd. pick had he not tore up his knee. Played for Alabama, I think. Been told he 'had' good speed....and shanny thinks he could be a steal.
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            • #7
              Quentin Griffin was and still is, head and shoulders above the other two. He played on a Championship team, contributed a great deal and could be counted on when the game was on the line. He will be the starter and carrier of the load, for the most part.

              He is strong, fast, shifty and can catch coming out of the backfield.

              He outclasses the other two, by far.
              Originally posted by boltzpride619
              What's so funny is seeing all this mess that the Donks and the fans have placed on themselves. Can you say Raiders.

              Originally posted by RunByDesign
              True comedy is observing the Self Imploding Organization that is the Raiders and then asking yourself this question:

              What separates them (Raiders) from us (Chargers)

              Answer: Championships.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rcsodak
                Supposedly, Galloway would have been a first rd. pick had he not tore up his knee. Played for Alabama, I think. Been told he 'had' good speed....and shanny thinks he could be a steal.
                hmmm.....good anology..
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by portisistheman
                  Quentin Griffin was and still is, head and shoulders above the other two. He played on a Championship team, contributed a great deal and could be counted on when the game was on the line. He will be the starter and carrier of the load, for the most part.

                  He is strong, fast, shifty and can catch coming out of the backfield.

                  He outclasses the other two, by far.
                  excatly and if MA is in 2nd string we will have a great RB duet
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by eastcoastbrawla
                    excatly and if MA is in 2nd string we will have a great RB duet
                    Thats what i have been saying. Thats why I am a no go on Dillion. Griffin will be amazing... He is so small he will jsut run between people legs... ok that was a joke...
                    No matter what, I win.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by DistilledFun
                      Thats what i have been saying. Thats why I am a no go on Dillion. Griffin will be amazing... He is so small he will jsut run between people legs... ok that was a joke...
                      but we gotta resign Droughns so he can be our FB then we can put MA, and even if MA will play FB he will be good our running game is gonna be great...I didn't relize it till' now screw Dillion I can't wait till Champ hits him in Oakland and Al, John, Lenny, Nick, Kenoy, Trevor, Reggie, and all the other broncos D let's kill cory
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                      • #12
                        if we dont get reuben we will get another FB after the draft if not in the draft
                        No matter what, I win.

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                        • #13
                          Quentin Griffin - RB


                          Rushing Receiving Total 2 Pt Conv
                          Date Opponent W/L Score Pos Att Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg Yds TD Run Pass
                          Aug. 30 Tulsa W 37 - 0 RB 17 237 0 13.9 2 -1 0 -0.5 236 0 0 0
                          Sep. 07 Alabama W 37 -27 RB 9 3 0 0.3 3 18 0 6.0 21 0 0 0
                          Sep. 28 South Flor W 31 - 14 RB 7 10 0 1.4 4 25 0 6.3 35 0 0 0
                          Oct. 05 Missouri W 31 - 24 RB 16 105 1 6.6 4 44 0 11.0 149 1 0 0
                          Oct. 12 Texas W 35 - 24 RB 32 248 1 7.8 1 3 1 3.0 251 2 0 0
                          Oct. 19 Iowa St. W 49 - 3 RB 23 111 2 4.8 2 11 0 5.5 122 2 0 0
                          Nov. 02 Colorado W 27 - 11 RB 21 128 0 6.1 0 0 0 0.0 128 0 0 0
                          Nov. 09 Texas A&M L 26 - 30 RB 23 141 0 6.1 1 6 1 6.0 147 1 0 0
                          Nov. 16 Baylor W 49 - 9 RB 17 152 3 8.9 2 53 1 26.5 205 4 0 0
                          Nov. 23 Texas Tech W 60 - 15 RB 31 207 3 6.7 3 27 0 9.0 234 3 0 0
                          Nov. 30 Oklahoma St. L 28 - 38 RB 16 102 0 6.4 6 36 0 6.0 138 0 0 0
                          Dec. 07 Colorado W 29 - 7 RB 29 188 2 6.5 4 28 0 7.0 216 2 0 0
                          Jan. 01 Washington St. W 34 - 14 RB 30 144 1 4.8 2 5 0 2.5 149 1 0 0
                          TOTALS 287 1884 15 6.6 35 264 3 7.5 2148 18 0 0
                          Bronco fan since birth!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by digableone
                            Quentin Griffin - RB


                            Rushing Receiving Total 2 Pt Conv
                            Date Opponent W/L Score Pos Att Yds TD Avg Rec Yds TD Avg Yds TD Run Pass
                            Aug. 30 Tulsa W 37 - 0 RB 17 237 0 13.9 2 -1 0 -0.5 236 0 0 0
                            Sep. 07 Alabama W 37 -27 RB 9 3 0 0.3 3 18 0 6.0 21 0 0 0
                            Sep. 28 South Flor W 31 - 14 RB 7 10 0 1.4 4 25 0 6.3 35 0 0 0
                            Oct. 05 Missouri W 31 - 24 RB 16 105 1 6.6 4 44 0 11.0 149 1 0 0
                            Oct. 12 Texas W 35 - 24 RB 32 248 1 7.8 1 3 1 3.0 251 2 0 0
                            Oct. 19 Iowa St. W 49 - 3 RB 23 111 2 4.8 2 11 0 5.5 122 2 0 0
                            Nov. 02 Colorado W 27 - 11 RB 21 128 0 6.1 0 0 0 0.0 128 0 0 0
                            Nov. 09 Texas A&M L 26 - 30 RB 23 141 0 6.1 1 6 1 6.0 147 1 0 0
                            Nov. 16 Baylor W 49 - 9 RB 17 152 3 8.9 2 53 1 26.5 205 4 0 0
                            Nov. 23 Texas Tech W 60 - 15 RB 31 207 3 6.7 3 27 0 9.0 234 3 0 0
                            Nov. 30 Oklahoma St. L 28 - 38 RB 16 102 0 6.4 6 36 0 6.0 138 0 0 0
                            Dec. 07 Colorado W 29 - 7 RB 29 188 2 6.5 4 28 0 7.0 216 2 0 0
                            Jan. 01 Washington St. W 34 - 14 RB 30 144 1 4.8 2 5 0 2.5 149 1 0 0
                            TOTALS 287 1884 15 6.6 35 264 3 7.5 2148 18 0 0
                            damn nice numbers
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                            • #15
                              Before i say who should start, i wanna see what Galloway can do first.
                              2 parts of the #1 defence in the NFL !!!

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