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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chimo
    I'll back u up


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emancipator
    That is just awful news. Awful.

    This young man was coming along very nicely. A dislocated figure for a running back isn't a good thing.

    True many players have played with broken and dislocated fingers. However, he is a rookie and is already sharing time.

    As much as I like Tatum, I enjoyed seeing Mike Bell get his touches and he sure can leap over the goal line pile.

    This probably means we will see Cedric Cobbs giving Tatum Bell breathers. Cedric is a good back.
    yeah....

    i really liked every time mike was on...

    tater was just felt like he was the fill in...

    mike will be fine...

    he will be back no more than in 2 weeks...

    and he will play great!!!

    cobbs is a good back...

    he is very anderson esc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natemania
    Like we say here in Germany.....Football ist kein Hallenhalma (Football is not....ähm....don´t know what Hallenhalma means in english *rofl*)
    It must translate to "soccer"

  3. #18
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    I really hope this kid comes back

    did you notice that everytime he touched the ball and the hole closed quickly he knew that 2 or 3 was the best he could do and he just put his head down and got what he could? That really shows me a great understanding of the system cause he did what my avatar says... ...but man without a reall deepthreat a WR you could tell that the box was closed down more. that sucks....

    And to make things worse my pop is a ram fan so i had sit through him talking all his crap...ughhh......
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  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncFanInPA
    It must translate to soccer
    What is soccer

    ok this is
    http://www.pballew.net/HALMA.JPG and Hallenhalma just means....playing that in a Hall ......*rofl* I think those sentence is more typical german
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  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emancipator
    That is just awful news. Awful.

    This young man was coming along very nicely. A dislocated figure for a running back isn't a good thing.

    True many players have played with broken and dislocated fingers. However, he is a rookie and is already sharing time.
    Didn't Tatum dislocate his finger in his first practice his rookie season, and wound up missing a good part of training camp. It was how he initially got the 'injury prone' label.

    From Rotoworld.com:

    Mike Bell - Running Back Sep. 11 - 11:44 am et


    Mike Bell fractured his middle finger Sunday and may need surgery.

    Bell suffered the injury on the second play of the game, and fought through it for an impressive rookie debut. It's uncertain if Bell will miss any time, but it won't help his propensity for fumbling. The local Denver papers treated the injury as minor.
    Source: Rocky Mountain News
    Last edited by tnedator; 09-11-2006 at 10:53 AM.
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