Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Vinny, Feb 18, 2005.
Seems a bit odd to move a guy who's having shoulder problems to a position on the field where you routinely "lower the shoulder" at opposing players. Wouldn't he have the same problems meeting the runner head on as he's had meeting the lead blocker head on? Hopefully Martz is making the right move on this one.
Depends on the shoulder he leads with.
Anyhow, since this was a Martz-think move, it shouldn't mean anything.
at the local mental hospital they give you $5000 for admiting a crazy person, do you think we could trick Martz into coming to connecticut?
I will admit myself for 5 grand
Moving him to SS and moving Archuleta to FS may also have something to do with Archuleta's back...
The move itself isn't really that bad in thought though.... Martz may be acting on how Michael Boulware and Polamalu were former LBs who became successful SSs.
The thing that makes Martz stupid is that, compared to Seattle and Pittsburgh, he's got 'poop' for LBs.
Oh well, any team that runs on the Rams can expect 6-8 ypc depending on how far back Tinoisamoa is lined up.
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