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Old 08-22-2011, 12:56 PM   #11
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Default Re: Should we look at Jon Stinchcomb?

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trai essex visit the steelers today. while not pro bowl caliber he has been a reliable backup tackle and does have good versatility, being able to play both tackle sides and guard if needed
Not sure if this is a good thing or not...
(man I hope we get some good OL in the draft next year)
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Old 08-22-2011, 01:17 PM   #12
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what does that tell you when you cut starting offensive linemen and no one even picks them up to be a backup ?
hartwig , starks , essex , stapleton .... almost our entire 2008 starting superbowl line is unemployed !!!!
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Old 08-22-2011, 01:20 PM   #13
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Not sure if this is a good thing or not...
(man I hope we get some good OL in the draft next year)
coaches are saying that gilbert is looking good in camp. though i doubt the rookie is ready to start this year. maybe next.
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coaches are saying that gilbert is looking good in camp. though i doubt the rookie is ready to start this year. maybe next.
Lets hope so! At this point if our offense can't get things going (which it should) then there are only two things to blame: The OL and Arians(had to say it). Our offense could be scary for years to come with just a few small fixes!
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what does that tell you when you cut starting offensive linemen and no one even picks them up to be a backup ?
hartwig , starks , essex , stapleton .... almost our entire 2008 starting superbowl line is unemployed !!!!
Didn't NE pick up Stapleton?
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Didn't NE pick up Stapleton?
and was cut 2 days later....
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Hell yes we should be looking at Stinchcomb. Unless he's asking for a lot of money, which I'm sure he's not, we should pick him up. We need body's on the Oline. Half our O line is usually hurt. Stinchcomb is not in his prime but he's still better then some of the guys we have. If we can afford to pick up any more O linemen, big names or not, we should.
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At least give dudes agent a call ...damn...im sure he's smart enough to pick up the offense..and he's better than any of the candidates we have now
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Hell yes we should be looking at Stinchcomb. Unless he's asking for a lot of money, which I'm sure he's not, we should pick him up. We need body's on the Oline. Half our O line is usually hurt. Stinchcomb is not in his prime but he's still better then some of the guys we have. If we can afford to pick up any more O linemen, big names or not, we should.
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