Team leader on offense..uh..uh..

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  1. YellerLotYeller

    YellerLotYeller nice marmot

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    On my way home today I caught a replay on 610 of an interview from earlier at Hooter's tonight, with our deep snapper Bryan Pittman. When asked about who the team leaders were he immediately said Payne and Wong.

    Then he was asked about offensive leaders and his reply was"......(silence with Hooters noise in background).............uh............uh............maybe Zach Weigert"

    Are you serious? Zach Freakin Weigert! The guys on 610 said he doesnt want to put any blame on anybody. haha

    Sounded like a pretty good interview. Anyone catch the whole thing to put it in perspective to the entire interview?
     
  2. the wonger need food

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    Zach Weigert? That is hilarious. So now it's confirmed that the team has quit on its coaches and Quarterback.

    I still contend that the turning point was Carr's appearance in People last year. It all went downhill after that.
     
  3. Ibar_Harry

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    I have felt for a long time that Zack has ment a lot to this team and that's why I want to line him up on the left side with Wand. I think they would be our best left side combination. Injuries have hurt us a lot and Zack has been one of the more frequently injured players. I still say I want to see Wand, Wiegert, Washington, Pitts, and either Wade or Reily in that order. Laugh, if you want, but that is still I think our best combination of O-line.
     
  4. Ibar_Harry

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    By the way leadership has to start somewhere and I don't care who it is. In the 1st year Mr. B was patrolling the sidelines and was really a team leader. Might surprise some of you, but he had a lot to do with that 1st year.
     
  5. Double Barrel

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    I thought Chad Stanley was our offensive team leader. :confused:

    He seems to be our best offensive weapon right now. (our best defensive weapon is, of course, the men in striped shirts)

    ;)
     
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    Kris Brown!!!!!!!!
     

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