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Old 12-08-2012, 02:50 PM   #7
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Default Re: James Harrison starting to look like old self again

I just don't see this being his last season unless we win a SB. There's just nobody to replace him, and a rookie would not start at OLB, so even if we drafted a guy Harrison would still need to play another year while the rookie learns. If they let him go then that means the staff has a lot more confidence in Worilds then I do. He looks good when he's in and is starting to get pretty big, but he's had consistent injury issues and is still nowhere near as good as Harrison is when he's healthy.

Harrison is not the only one that's getting better every week though. Keisel finally started looking like himself against Baltimore and Hampton has got better with every game. Week 1 Hampton was terrible, but every week he got better and now he's playing like a beast again too. If we continue to get healthier without losing any more key players then we will be looking good in January.
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