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« on: Aug 07, 2008 at 14:18 »

Here's (scant) proof.  See how he does over 16 games, and in pass pro.

But I think he has the potential to hurt people.

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« Reply #1 on: Aug 07, 2008 at 14:59 »

I don't think there was ever a question about his run blocking abilities, were there?  That was always his forte.

Moving forward and getting a push?  Check.

Having to drop back in pass pro; read assignments and switch off depending on what the defense threw at the front five?  Needs improvement.

Although, I have to say that I don't believe there will be as big of a dropoff from Red as many think.  He'll be OK, as long as Smith is close to 100% and Mahan mysteriously disappears (see Justin Hartwig v. Sean Mahan = no contest article on that site) giving Hartwig the job by default.

It does make you wonder though why Kemo never really got much of a shot at RG a couple years ago when Simmons couldn't block anybody one-on-one.
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