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Old 11-16-2004   #8
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Originally Posted by Bottle-O-Bud
I think the only solidifying factor for that O-line is the crowd. Home games energize the line. They make less mistake overall.
The roar of home game crowds does energize and pick-up teams, especially
the mediorce and inferior teams. Its a crutch, a drug they feed on for their
strength and security. The really good teams don't need it. They have the skill, confidence, and composure to compete at a high level and even excel in the firestorm of a hostile playing field.
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