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Old 05-21-2012   #21
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Now that is just crazy talk, one of my favorite Oilers of all time, let the kid step on the NFL field first. (trying to not get excited )
Also one of mine. I don't give people those kind of props either. However when I saw him work the middle of the field and make all those tip toe sideline catches, I thought of Ernest Givins and how we don't have a guy that gives us that type of athleticism (tip toe grabs).

I didn't say he was the next Ernest Givins.
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Also one of mine. I don't give people those kind of props either. However when I saw him work the middle of the field and make all those tip toe sideline catches, I thought of Ernest Givins and how we don't have a guy that gives us that type of athleticism (tip toe grabs).

I didn't say he was the next Ernest Givins.
I was just having fun, cool with me if that is who he reminds you of. I absolutely loved watching Givins play, he always came down with the ball no matter how hard he was hit, summer-saulted, or ping ponged around. He was a great player, and very tough, I always enjoy seeing the smaller guys succeed in the NFL.
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I was just having fun, cool with me if that is who he reminds you of. I absolutely loved watching Givins play, he always came down with the ball no matter how hard he was hit, summer-saulted, or ping ponged around. He was a great player, and very tough, I always enjoy seeing the smaller guys succeed in the NFL.
Yeah and he was terrific after the catch, dude would break DBs ankles. That was another thing that I noticed about Martin.

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Also one of mine. I don't give people those kind of props either. However when I saw him work the middle of the field and make all those tip toe sideline catches, I thought of Ernest Givins and how we don't have a guy that gives us that type of athleticism (tip toe grabs).

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I was just having fun, cool with me if that is who he reminds you of. I absolutely loved watching Givins play, he always came down with the ball no matter how hard he was hit, summer-saulted, or ping ponged around. He was a great player, and very tough, I always enjoy seeing the smaller guys succeed in the NFL.
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Yeah and he was terrific after the catch, dude would break DBs ankles. That was another thing that I noticed about Martin.
You guys need to quit it. You're raising my level of expectation waaaay too high with this talk of Givens-level play from these younguns.

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Okay... I'm better now...
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