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8 hours ago, dw49 said:

 

 

IMO , pass protection from a RB is probably 80% intelligence . He should have no problems as he's smart , big and an excellent athlete . Not that my opinion means much but I'll say he'll be just fine.

Yea he is as capable  as vic Ballard  at pass blocking  just has to stay healthy 

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13 hours ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

@braveheartcolt, is sarcastic a lot, if you don't know his style many may take it differently. Most people that have been here for years know him. 

Yep, been here for 17 years, and never once have I been sarcastic. You must be thinking of someone else, 'Bestever...

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6 hours ago, braveheartcolt said:

Yep, been here for 17 years, and never once have I been sarcastic. You must be thinking of someone else, 'Bestever...

Yeah I have been here for 8 years and I have never seen you be sarcastic. :nose:

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We were very lucky to get Taylor. If there were not so many excellent WRs in this year's draft, he definitely would have been taken in the first round. 

I'm stoked to see what he can do in the shoe! :rock:

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