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Old 03-10-2014   #45
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Default Re: Our New Schemes on Both Sides of the Ball Will Promote Adaptability

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Originally Posted by _King_ View Post
Yes, because a third string TE for a team that rarely uses 3 TE's is the same thing as a starting FB/back-up TE on a team that used those positions quite a bit.

The point is that Kubiak started a guy/played him quite a bit and didn't use him to the best of his abilities.

What that has to do with the Eagles I don't know.

Insert Bunny with Pancake on his head.
The bunny is for you, the person who is apparently smarter than two NFL head coaches, both with offensive backgrounds. They just couldn't figure out how to properly use him but you can.

And duh, third string TE was not the original intent. You don't sign third string TEs to 3 years $12 mil.
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