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    L.T. video: the forced fumbles.

    this video brings back found memories as a kid,,i hope you enjoy!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qqn1SGUpZdA

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    I like the comment - LT on special teams should have been illegal. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJacobs aka The Problem View Post
    I like the comment - LT on special teams should have been illegal. LOL
    what does it mean to strike fear in your opponents heart? see L.T.

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    Wow, great footage some of the best I've seen. The play at 4minutes and 48 seconds in is pretty amazing, so much hustle to strip Cunningham. The play at 32 seconds in is hilarious, the tight end got owned twice on the same play. He must have had a fun film session with the team that week...

    I miss John Madden doing games :/.

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    One word....AWESOME!!!!
    "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"


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    Must have taken forever to find all of that footage. Or even put it together if the guy had it anyways... Good stuff, younger fans should definitely watch that. Then, they should watch this-






    Personally it makes me sad after watching our current defense.

    *edit... Are these your vids ELI_HOF_NYG? If so, very good sir.
    Last edited by M00KIE; 01-11-2013 at 08:47 PM.

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    He was one strong, fast, big SOB with a motor that never quit.
    http://boards.giants.com/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=25347&dateline=138526  4905

    Torque it till it breaks, then back off a quarter turn.

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    Good stuff thanks guys.
    What a proud & feared defensive unit we used to have.
    Year in.
    Year out.
    The epitome of consistency.

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    I still argue "the best football player I've ever seen." the basis of my arguement, is that he destroyed your offensive game plan, and carried a team, yet never had to have the football in his hands to do it. Not sure you can say that about any other athlete.

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    he was a revolutionary player. the guy was fear incarnate. one man wrecking machine.

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