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  1. #16
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    Cordy Glenn could defnitely step in and play guard right away.
    BEAR DOWN..................... AND WHILE YOU'RE DOWN THERE.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouse View Post
    Cordy Glenn could defnitely step in and play guard right away.
    Glenn and Kelechi Osemele are both maulers. I would like either to man our LG. RG seems like its going to be Lance Louis With Carimi lining up next to him at RT.
    The legend of Doug Atkins was real:
    “Look, here’s some things I want you to remember,” Skornoski said. “Number 81 is Doug Atkins, he’s 6’9” and he weighs 265 pounds. He said DON’T CUT HIM, and if he falls down, help him up and say nice play, Mr. Atkins.”

    “Well, I (Curry) started to laugh,” Curry said.

    “Kid, this is not a joke, and I’m not kidding you now, because if you cut him, on his knees, the first thing he’s going to do is kill you, and then, he’s going to kill me.”

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    I'm excited to see Louis-Carimi on the right side.

    If I had my choice, it'd be Spencer-Louis-Carimi, with Garza sliding back to LG.

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    Garza sucked at LG much more so than playing at RG.

    RG is the biggest question for me outside of the obvious Webb at LT. I like Louis' potential but he was just horrible at RT. Seems like he got worse each week so it's kind of hard to project how he will do back at RG.
    BEAR DOWN..................... AND WHILE YOU'RE DOWN THERE.....

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    Just watched both Lions games from last year. Chrissy Williams got pushed around all game long. Louis at G is a joke. We will find out real quick who the real culprit is (Martz vs. poor talent). There were so many instances the past 3 years when our OL just got flat out BEAT to the QB. We can't max-protect all game long w/ only one good WR.
    We have A LOT of needs - I would go G, WR, and DE in R 1-3 (if doable).
    Darkness can only be lit, not fought.

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    There is no way guard is a bigger need than tackle.
    BEAR DOWN..................... AND WHILE YOU'RE DOWN THERE.....

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