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Author Topic: Drafting a tackle: arm length as criterion  (Read 487 times)
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« on: Mar 12, 2009 at 18:21 »

Interesting take.

Might explain a bit of why Andre Smith plays well, even though he looks like a sack of shit.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 12, 2009 at 21:06 »

Interesting article. 

Got to looking around the site and Mr. Bunting's mock has the Steelers taking Alex Mack (C) and Phil Loadholt (OT) with their first two picks.  That would be a haul which would go far in fixing the OL.  I guess Kemo is staying at LG so you have Mack and Hartwig left to battle it out for C and RG.  Loadholt plugs in immediately at RT.  Suddenly the line is looking *much* better.

Spend day 2 on CB and DL prospects.
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