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    PFF William Beatty

    Did you know William Beatty had the key blocks for Donald Brown to rush over 2000 yards in his senior year of college. Brown was the leading rusher in the nation running behind Beatty, in his Senior year in college. ProFootball Professional Focus (PPF) said Beatty had the key blocks for Andrea Brown last Thursday and scored him at a +5.4. The highest of all players for that game. Gave Locklear +1.3. Stated that Beatty was nearly faultless etc.Good article.

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    In looking at the coaches film, and I do not claim to be an expert, I could see places where Locklear struggled. Though I have no idea what is considered an acceptable average. If a player makes 60% of his blocks is that considered average or acceptable? I wish I knew.

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    Who's Andrea brown? Andre Browns wife? :P

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    Beatty will have an excellent test against Trent Cole. If you like watching battles in the trenches, this will be a good one.

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    Not a bad outing for Beatty's first full game back
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    A healthy Beatty is key to our oline success.


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    Beatty is the future. It's been pretty clear to me the past two games...man comes back from injury and just fits in well. We don't need to worry about Beatty. Well that's my opinion lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardMc View Post
    In looking at the coaches film, and I do not claim to be an expert, I could see places where Locklear struggled. Though I have no idea what is considered an acceptable average. If a player makes 60% of his blocks is that considered average or acceptable? I wish I knew.
    Locklear had some issues yes but still light years better then Diehl

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    So what do they do if Diehl can play this week?

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    Beatty is our LT of the future, he was having a damned good season last year until his freak eye injury. Hopefully he can stay on the field and continue to lay it down
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