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I love my ND Grads.....lol.....how would you like to turn the corner and get pancaked by a 6'4" 335 lbs pulling guard screaming like a bear.....

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Love it! Like a United States Marine screaming and charging at the enemy, putting the fear into reality! 

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24 minutes ago, Scott Pennock said:

I love my ND Grads.....lol.....how would you like to turn the corner and get pancaked by a 6'4" 335 lbs pulling guard screaming like a bear.....

6'5" actually.

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You know how a song sticks in your head?

Well, over the last few hours, that scream gas been ringing in my head.  I havent laughed this much for this long  in a LONG time.

  Kinda Reminds me of the speakers on the helicopters in Apocalypse Now.

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40 minutes ago, Scott Pennock said:

I love my ND Grads.....lol.....how would you like to turn the corner and get pancaked by a 6'4" 335 lbs pulling guard screaming like a bear.....

Screaming like. BANSHEE !

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Can't get the feed. 

 

Ooopsss.. There it is.  Guy is a beast.  My favorite player on the team. 

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Ebron was probably sucking oxygen on the bench in the 2nd half.  Even the fastest pony express horses got breaks.

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GLOWinski "lit up" a guy on a pull too ( see what i did there?)

No scream, but he still laid him out.  It may have been our (now) humble, soft-spoken buddy Ramsey.

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Plus, the warpaint he's wearing!? 

 

The poor soul that gets in Big Q's way is gonna have nightmares about that dude. 

 

Man, I love that guy. He's making the entire line better/meaner. 

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I keep saying this but I think it needs mentioned more, he is downfield every play helping teammates up. We are building a culture/brotherhood here and I see some rings in our future. 

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I loved the Quenton Nelson pick from day one and knew the kid was special, but watching him improve every week and seeing him dominate some of the best defensive linemen and how he plays the game is UNREAL! If he's doing this halfway through his rookie that's scary for whoever has to line up against this guy.

 

For as big as he is, he can move and I love watching him running across the line of scrimmage looking for a swig block or seeing him leading the way 20 yards down the field clearing a path for the ball carrier. I watched him run up to Inman after he got up from the cheap hit from Myles Jack and Quenton immediately went to the aide of his teammate, calming him down and made sure he didn't pursue Jack and cost the Colts field position (Which Jack was already giving them for UnNecessary roughness)

 

Having him in the lineup clearly brought out the best in the two guys who play along each side of him (Castonzo, Kelly) and I feel like he's bringing out a nastier side in our guys.

 

RIP Barry Church.

 

Brian Baldinger called Quenton Nelson the best Guard in football and at first, I thought he was nuts, but I think Baldy is right on the money when it comes to Quenton Nelson.

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1 hour ago, lollygagger8 said:

Plus, the warpaint he's wearing!? 

 

The poor soul that gets in Big Q's way is gonna have nightmares about that dude. 

 

Man, I love that guy. He's making the entire line better/meaner. 

I love the war paint look!

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9 hours ago, tweezy32 said:

Lucky it wasn't a flag.  Lowered the crown of the helmet and smash him into a new dimension with it

He didn't hit his helmet he hit his shoulder pad

9 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

GLOWinski "lit up" a guy on a pull too ( see what i did there?)

No scream, but he still laid him out.  It may have been our (now) humble, soft-spoken buddy Ramsey.

It was ramsey

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I yelled in excitement when I saw this live. Beautiful, old school, tough football. I do wonder if it should have been a penalty by today's NFL rules. :thinking:

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Really hope the guy is 1st team All-Pro at seasons end. Scary to think he's only going to get better!

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This guy is becoming a Rock Star!  Can't say that's happened to to many offensive linemen throughout NFL history.  Sure, he's getting his deserved attention here, but to win the Offensive Rookie of the Month as a Guard??  That's NEVER happened before.  When this tweet makes its way through social media, more and more around the league will learn about Big Q.

 

Oh, Chris Ballard...let's get this guy's contract extended ASAP!

 

I have his jersey on my Christmas list!

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44 minutes ago, Barry Sears said:

This guy is becoming a Rock Star!  Can't say that's happened to to many offensive linemen throughout NFL history.  Sure, he's getting his deserved attention here, but to win the Offensive Rookie of the Month as a Guard??  That's NEVER happened before.  When this tweet makes its way through social media, more and more around the league will learn about Big Q.

 

Oh, Chris Ballard...let's get this guy's contract extended ASAP!

 

I have his jersey on my Christmas list!

 

We have 3 years after this year of him on contract plus a 5th year option.  No need to extend right now.  

 

If he's still healthy and playing well in 3 or 4 years I'm sure he'll land an extension.  

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you gotta feel bad for that poor guy that got run over by the Q train

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8 minutes ago, Tombstone said:

That wasn't him really screaming coming around the coner like that was it lol......

Nelson confirmed it was him screaming

 

 

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 After this goes viral and other players see this maybe he should start screaming like that.  This way they just might want to get out of the way and let the next man make the tackle 10 yard down the field. Who about it Q.....

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That was hysterical. 

 

So glad we have a guy who loves being a lineman and wants to be great at it.

 

I'm sure others saw him celebrate on the sideline after that fumble call. Very cool that he's got an 'all in' attitude even if we aren't division leaders or front runners right now.

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55 minutes ago, TheMarine said:

Nelson confirmed it was him screaming

 

 

 

Does he scream like that on every play?   Or does he randomly on certain plays decide. . . "eh I'm gonna scream for this one."

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