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Old 05-28-2004   #5
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Originally Posted by El Tejano
The thing that sticks out in my mind that differs the two, is the ability to run over or shed tacklers. Domanick Davis runs with a purpose that makes him hard to tackle. Hollings tends to go down with the first hit. Whether that was due to the injury or not remains to be seen though.
Comparing a healthy Dom Davis to an injured Hollings isn't fair. You don't really know how hard Hollings is to tackle yet.
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