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    Martinek has no experience so they have to turn to FA. Bell is serviceable.

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    Some of you never learn. Oline fellas, that is the issue! Not the RBs!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Some of you never learn. Oline fellas, that is the issue! Not the RBs!
    Both are a problem. Specifically, the RT position and Bradshaw's injuries. We ALL know that the RT position is an easy fix, just put in Locklear already! That doesn't bear repeating... Maybe swing Diehl over to LG and rotate with Boothe to keep both fresher.

    But I'm thinking towards what we should do if Bradshaw is done for the season. A couple of weeks is one thing, and Brown/Wilson can hold down the fort. But for the entire season, we need another guy in there. For the 2012 season only I thought Jacobs would be a half-decent name, better than some UDFA cut by Chicago by a LOOOOOOOONG shot. Maybe a little washed out and breaking down, but he knows our blocking schemes like the back of his hand... Of course it would only be for the remainder of the season, as by the 2013 season, Wilson should be up to speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Some of you never learn. Oline fellas, that is the issue! Not the RBs!
    What does that have to do with them seeking a potential replacement for Bradshaw?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    better than some UDFA cut by Chicago by a LOOOOOOOONG shot.
    Why would you rather have a guy who couldn't even make the roster (Martinek) over an established back? If Wilson cant get on the field, what hope would a practice squadder have?

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