Thread: Props to AJ
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Old 10-04-2004   #9
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AJ is inarguably one of the most physically gifted atheletes in all of the NFL.
But he's not just a physical freak, he is highly motivated and therefor a very
hard worker. He is also a true football player - he seeks contact with the
opponent across the line of scrimmage in almost the same manner as Earl Cambell did. His potential is virtually unlimited. To think that some short little
4th round pick from LSU (or anyone else in the RB corps), should get higher
billing in our O than DC throwing to AJ is downright comical.
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