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    Jah questionable?



    If Jah cannot go tomorrow, would Harbs consider starting Gradkowski at guard, as opposed to Williams? Gino looked pretty good last week against a tough Bengals front-four, and Williams has looked like hot garbage in limited action this year. Thoughts?




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    Re: Jah questionable?

    I'd like to see Gino or Harewood. Even though Harewood struggles in pass pro, he goes straight phone booth on people on running plays. That'd kick ass against the Colts.




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    Bobbie Williams should never be on the field.


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    Re: Jah questionable?

    Didn't Williams cost the Ravens a few more yards (last week) in terms of penalties as well?




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    Re: Jah questionable?

    I would imagine Jah will play, but if he can't, I don't see how Harbaugh can justify putting Williams on the field in a playoff game. The guy is literally the worst player on the team. I'll take my chances with Gino or Harewood.




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    Re: Jah questionable?

    There's few things I disagree with Harbaugh on. The choices on OL is one this year. They keep starting Bobbie Williams, despite him having done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING in his chances.

    Gradkowski, Harewood, Oher to G and McKinnie at LT, Oher at RT McKinnie at LT and KO at G. All of these solutions I would take over starting Bobbie Williams.
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    Did you watch McKinney last week?
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    Re: Jah questionable?

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Did you watch McKinney last week?
    Yes. I would still prefer McKinnie being on the field to Bobbie Williams.

    Ideally...Gradkowski or Harewood steps in before that comes into play.
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    Bobbie Williams flop last week was hilarious. But yea, he's awful.




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    Re: Jah questionable?

    I don't feel much better about having McKinney in there, but I agree he's the better choice than Bobby Williams who was a decent player once, but is now simply done.




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    Jah Reid in a walking boot


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    Bummer.

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    Re: Jah questionable?

    ugh, sounds like he's unlikely to be back next week if we can win today either.
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    Re: Jah questionable?

    What is the hype with Reid? I don't think he was ever that good at guard or tackle, serviceable at the most, with KO in at guard, that should give us more power that is much needed in the middle with Birk's inabilities. I am concerned about Mckinney but off one game in Cincy last week is not enough to draw a conclusion on him, he hasn't played all season, Oher has and he still look like crap all the linemen look like crap last week.




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    Re: Jah questionable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    What is the hype with Reid? I don't think he was ever that good at guard or tackle, serviceable at the most, with KO in at guard, that should give us more power that is much needed in the middle with Birk's inabilities. I am concerned about Mckinney but off one game in Cincy last week is not enough to draw a conclusion on him, he hasn't played all season, Oher has and he still look like crap all the linemen look like crap last week.
    Maybe I'm being unreasonable or uninformed, but is there any chance that our best starting 5 from left-to-right is:

    McKinnie-Oher-Birk-KO-Yanda?

    I know KO played RT more recently than Marshall but I also seem to recall Yanda being solid but not spectacular at RT, which would be an upgrade to KO's recent struggles and the mess that is Michael Oher at tackle.




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