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DL vs OL
offensive line
36%
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defensive line
64%
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El ramster


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The 2007 Giants were pretty Meh and mediocre. I doubt you could call their Dline the GOAT of all time. They just played out their mind that SB..

And Spags had the perfect game plan.. And I recall Kiwi playing MLB that SB and rushing down the gut and stunts.. I remember Stunts being a huge issue for the pats, They didn't know how to handle it..


That NASCAR package was too much.. But I wouldn't call them the goats..

Those early Bucs team were nastier.. With Simeon Rice, Sapp and Booger Mcfarland were great.
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MrOaktown_56


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 6:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

El ramster wrote:
The 2007 Giants were pretty Meh and mediocre. I doubt you could call their Dline the GOAT of all time. They just played out their mind that SB..

And Spags had the perfect game plan.. And I recall Kiwi playing MLB that SB and rushing down the gut and stunts.. I remember Stunts being a huge issue for the pats, They didn't know how to handle it..


That NASCAR package was too much.. But I wouldn't call them the goats..

Those early Bucs team were nastier.. With Simeon Rice, Sapp and Booger Mcfarland were great.


If Donald was their D line... goat.
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