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Epitome of a true leader.

 

His motor is amazing, always in motion.

 

Happy he is on our team.

 

That kind of play reverberates through to the rest of the team. Very infectious.

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Adding Nelson to our Oline has elevated the play of the entire unit.  All you have to do is look at the incredible transformation of Glowinski for proof.  His attitude is infectious. The same is true with Darius Leonard, look at what effect he has on our LB unit.  I hope that Buckner has the same effect on the DL.  We will see if Blackmon and Willis will have the same effect on the DB's.

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8 minutes ago, Dingus McGirt said:

"I love walking off the field after a win...with you."

 

:hat:

That moment of bromance was the best and went perfectly with Nelson saving Costanzo after he got beat by Ngakoue.

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