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Old 10-31-2012   #38
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Default Re: Ben Tate

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Originally Posted by GP View Post
Geez, Gary, what the **** dude? Seriously?

Gary's losing his marbles. You've got a salad eating Foster going to the turf on first contact at the LOS and you call out Tate who freaking grinds out the hard yards on a consistent basis?

Screw THAT guy. Tate should go elsewhere and not deal with Grumpy McDoofus who (a) lucked into Foster and (b) waived Grimes and now has to add him back. Gary, you also cut Hartmann in favor if Maynard and had to eat your decision within a week of it.

That's some major bull**** from Kubiak. Tate does t deserve that crap. That pisses me smooth off.
Or causes you to overreact to the bat**** crazy level. The OL has obviously been in transition this season. Saying Tate grinds out the hard yards in comparison to Foster is laughable. Foster is in unless relieved and has faced far more short yardage defense packages. Maybe we should bench both of them since Forsett averages a full yard more.

Now go eat your steak and see if it helps you be an NFL RB more than what Foster has chosen. One of you was leading the NFL in yards and TD's through 7 games. The other was wiping Doritos on the couch.
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