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aj_law
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« on: Aug 27, 2008 at 19:28 »

In case anyone was interested in seeing a solid group in action, tune in to the Philly/N'ngland game and check out the Eagles front five.

Tra Thomas
Jon Runyan
Shawn Andrews (seem to remember his name being thrown around several years back during draft talk, but IIRC, his weight was a "concern.")
Jamaal Charles
Don't remember who the LG was, but frankly, with who they're marching out there at the other four spots, it could be a Mahan and he'd look out of this world.

McNabb gets all kinds of time to find a receiver.

BR would throw for 4,000 if he had those guys watching his back.

If the Eagles' defense can have a decent year, that team could make some noise in their tough division.
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 28, 2008 at 19:34 »

Remember, it would be pretty impossible to have Andrews blocking for Ben.  The reason you remember him is that he was the proposed guard prospect that we might have drafted if Phirrip Livers was unavailable.

Ben was supposed to be a (shudder) Giant.  
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