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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Your post still makes no sense.
    Oh please I know more about football than you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    I always think of Belichick imploring his defenders to let Eli throw to Manningham. You have to account for Pascoe as a TE no matter where he lines up. Sort of like an QB like RGIII who can run past a lot of defenders and gain chunks of yards. I'm not suggesting Pascoe is a Mark Bavaro, but on any given play...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsGiVkSaAJ8

    Notice who he named after Manningham...

    On the other hand, by this point in the game, Ballard and Beckum were both down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    Pascoe is clearly more a blocking tightend, but, according to Pope, he does catch better than Hynoski which is why they used him last season at FB. I definitely don't kn ow what I'm talking about, but Mike Pope should. lol

    I always think of Belichick imploring his defenders to let Eli throw to Manningham. You have to account for Pascoe as a TE no matter where he lines up. Sort of like an QB like RGIII who can run past a lot of defenders and gain chunks of yards. I'm not suggesting Pascoe is a Mark Bavaro, but on any given play...
    You do not have to account for Pascoe. BB was imploring the defense to make Eli to throw to MM because of Pascoe; he wanted to put triple or better coverage on Nicks and Cruz. Had nothing to do with Pascoe. You don't need to account for a guy that doesn't even have an average of 10 targets a season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondring View Post
    Oh please I know more about football than you.
    I doubt that. But, for arguments sake let's say you do; your ability to communicate that knowledge is supremely lacking.

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    lets see......Pascoe has been said to stink at FB. I guess because he is not a FB by nature...
    What would make Jacobs any better???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Do you think we'd really offer Jacobs any more than vet min?
    Not a cent over.

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    The idea that you can just plug in any oversized RB to play FB is not realistic. I still remember the Alstott experiment at FB. He was an awful blocker. He sure was big though. I don't think Jacobs would excel in the FB role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B&RWarrior View Post
    The idea that you can just plug in any oversized RB to play FB is not realistic. I still remember the Alstott experiment at FB. He was an awful blocker. He sure was big though. I don't think Jacobs would excel in the FB role.
    Alstott was a FB,

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    Pascoe will be a good FB, for the time being. If Leach signs, great. If not, well be alright. Hynocerous will be back by week 3-4 and he'll be blocking and receiving for a long time. Best in the league by 2014. Mark it down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Alstott was a FB,
    They tried him as a traditional fullback, but the experiment failed. Alstott had the most success in single back formations or running out of I back formations. He was a powerful runner, great receiver, and awful blocker. Wherever and whenever they ran plays with him as a lead blocker it was brutal to watch.

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