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Old 05-11-2008   #14
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Default Re: Slaton looks to impress in mini-camp

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Originally Posted by NitroHonda View Post
Now what I'm interpreting from Kubiak's statements is that Slaton may be prone to fumbling as a result of his size, not technique. That right there worries me. His fumblitits may not be coachable. Size does matter in the NFL.
(1) Emmitt Smith and Barry Sanders hardly ever fumbled.
(2) The Texans are making a concerted effort this offseason toward creating turnovers. That's become their mission.

Slaton will be fine. The fact that he's fumbling now is a good thing. He'll learn how to avoid it when it counts.
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