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  1. #49
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    Re: Washington Exhibition



    Since Koch is stepping up, it will free an extra spot for someone on the 53 man squad -- Rod Green?




  2. #50

    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin
    With Chester playing center, it looks as if the coaching staff has no vision of Jason Brown being a legitimate backup at that position. Do they want him to be a guard instead??
    Read Mike Preston's latest blog posted about 8:15 this evening. It was regarding Flynn and how he might be replaced by Brown if he struggles. I think they are just working them at each position. Afterall, Vincent and Flynn could be replaced by both Chester and Brown.




  3. #51
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Koch looks to be a punter, only.




  4. #52
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    We have no injuries all preseason and 2 this game? Shit!




  5. #53
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    I'll pass on the Preston.




  6. #54

    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Damn, Mike Smith is good. See ya Rod Greene




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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Good lord, they're sitting there ranting about Heap being in and he ISN'T EVEN IN.

    This broadcast team sucks so much.




  8. #56
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    It makes sense to get both Chester / Brown playing time. However, it seems that Jason Brown is more of a pure center than Chester, who might be better suited to play guard.

    They have got to get more youth on the line this year -- I'd be looking for increased rotation on the o-line even from the first game to get the young guys some time.




  9. #57
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Boy, haven't seen that before. Clarence open as a WR will ever get and Boller overthrows.
    ''You'd love to go on the first day but I'm glad for the situation I'm in,'' he said. ''Baltimore knows how to play defense.''




  10. #58
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    Can't be banging those punts through the endzone.




  11. #59
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    Re: Washington Exhibition

    I really hate to say this, but Brown and Chester are not ready for primetime.




  12. #60

    Re: Washington Exhibition

    And Vincent and Flynn are ready for prime time? Chester looks good.

    Clarence was open and should have caught that ball. Boller's pass wasn't exactly on the money but it was catchable for a guy who is 6'6''.




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