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  • TXBRONC
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    Originally posted by maaskesr
    Ummm...how bout no. No mobility? Did you watch the guy play even once? Seriously, even once? He was INCREDIBLY mobile. He didn't have a great arm, and he's way too short to play in the NFL, but he had better escape ability than I had seen in a long time for a QB at Iowa. (or just about anywhere else)
    I have also heard he struggles with his accuracy.

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  • str8jacket
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    Originally posted by maaskesr
    Ummm...how bout no. No mobility? Did you watch the guy play even once? Seriously, even once? He was INCREDIBLY mobile. He didn't have a great arm, and he's way too short to play in the NFL, but he had better escape ability than I had seen in a long time for a QB at Iowa. (or just about anywhere else)
    From what I saw he was eaten alive in the Texas/Iowa bowl game last year

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  • maaskesr
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    Originally posted by str8jacket
    Yes, yes he is.


    In short he's Jake Plummer without mobility
    Ummm...how bout no. No mobility? Did you watch the guy play even once? Seriously, even once? He was INCREDIBLY mobile. He didn't have a great arm, and he's way too short to play in the NFL, but he had better escape ability than I had seen in a long time for a QB at Iowa. (or just about anywhere else)

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  • Hoserman117
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    Originally posted by Morambar
    the Rams look like a much better team this year; I'm not sure the Seahawks have much hope to hold them off in the division. Could we actually see TWO decent NFC West teams? Or will the Seachickens disappear like SF did when the Rams got good, or St. Louis did when Seattle did? Depth charts rarely win games, but the Rams' looks pretty solid.
    They should have a top 5 offense this year, it all depends on how they can play against the run. It isn't easy playing against Shaun Alexander, Frank Gore, and the Edge (i'm convinced he'll have a good line this year, just look at his last few games last year)

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  • Hoserman117
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    Originally posted by Snk16
    How about no. We should get...TERRY TATE!
    Terry Tate... OFFICE LINE BACKER!


    The pain train's comin' boy! WOOWOOO!!

    I love that guy hahaha

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  • Morambar
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    Off topic I know, but...

    Originally posted by GREATEST SHOW ON TURF 2000


    Oh well Marc Bulger is solid.

    as for the draft, Carriker, Leonard and Wade are also solid

    off-season, Dante Hall, Drew Bennet and Randy McMichael

    RAMS ARE GOOD TO GO
    the Rams look like a much better team this year; I'm not sure the Seahawks have much hope to hold them off in the division. Could we actually see TWO decent NFC West teams? Or will the Seachickens disappear like SF did when the Rams got good, or St. Louis did when Seattle did? Depth charts rarely win games, but the Rams' looks pretty solid.

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  • str8jacket
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    Originally posted by Bowlensbest3233
    Wow, that would diminish the playbook to running plays only.
    Pretty much

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  • Bowlensbest3233
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    Originally posted by str8jacket
    Yes, yes he is.


    In short he's Jake Plummer without mobility

    Wow, that would diminish the playbook to running plays only.

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  • GREATEST SHOW ON TURF 2000
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    Originally posted by str8jacket
    Yes, yes he is.


    In short he's Jake Plummer without mobility


    Oh well Marc Bulger is solid.

    as for the draft, Carriker, Leonard and Wade are also solid

    off-season, Dante Hall, Drew Bennet and Randy McMichael

    RAMS ARE GOOD TO GO

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  • str8jacket
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    Originally posted by GREATEST SHOW ON TURF 2000
    Yeah, Tate is playing in the Rams rookie mini camp

    he isnt THAT bad
    Yes, yes he is.


    In short he's Jake Plummer without mobility

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  • GREATEST SHOW ON TURF 2000
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    Yeah, Tate is playing in the Rams rookie mini camp

    he isnt THAT bad

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  • BroncodogPG
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    Doesn't Drew Tate play for the Rams?

    Why does everybody ask about him his is on their roster, i saw him on NFL network on the mini-camps special.

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  • Broncos77g
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    Top undrafted players

    I would seriously like to know why no teams have made a play for him? Maybe something medically nobody knows about...

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6760130

    8. De'Andre Jackson, CB, Iowa State: I think Jackson would have been a first-day pick in this year's draft had he not torn his ACL at the end of the 2006 season. Iowa State 's top cornerback, as well as a dynamic kick returner, Jackson can do a lot of things on the football field. Does a team take a risk on his knee healing? Is he good enough to be a top-flight corner, even with a fully healed knee? A team with cornerback needs should pay to find out. As of Monday, however, Jackson was still unsigned.

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  • WABronco
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    Drew Tate just doesn't have the tools to be a worthwhile addition, IMO. Short, weak-armed, inaccurate.

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  • LiquidBlue
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    Originally posted by pipes

    It was a joke.

    btw....did you see Iowa win that game?
    Yeah, but the person we're talking about is DeAndre Jackson.

    You said he was being a homer by saying we should get him...and I pointed out that he is a good kick returner...and that is your rebuttal...ok.

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