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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep



    I thought I heard Sage Steele say torn achilles? Big difference Sage, get your facts straight!
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    it'd be more likely to see Terry at LG than Ogden...

    Most likely, Jason Brown gets his chance to start now. But this does worry me....MUCH
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    Quote Originally Posted by Art-Florida View Post
    I dunno, Terry is also sbout ready, and would Chester do any worse than Flynn or Vincent?
    I don't think Terry's close to being ready (not sure he'll ever be) and as far as your question about Chester, he could definitely do worse than Flynn and probably Vincent as well, and that's not to say that I think either are top notch players. I just don't think he's physically ready yet. He nees this year in the weight room.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

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    Is it wrong that I wish it had been Flynn instead?
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    I just don't think he's physically ready yet. He nees this year in the weight room.
    If Terry needs a year in the weight room, then Chester needs one as well.

    It's been said that Terry's biggest issue is the lack of a killer instinct.


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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    That's pretty funny Camden, considering that's exactly what people said about Ogden early in his career.

    Brown will probably get the start in place of Mule and I think he can handle it. Remember that the "hype" surrounding Brown coming out of college was his strength, so he's probably physically ready to handle the job.
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    It's a shame to see Mule go down, but hopefully it isn't too serius. I was hoping Brown would get PT, but not at the expense of our 2nd best (distant 2nd though) o-lineman.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    I think Jason Brown can will fit in fine. Remember he was in there for the game winning drive. You'll lose experience and veteran leadership. We'll have to go with the young guy and see what he can do. I think he'll hold his own.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    I just worry more about depth, now. Still have to deal with Flynn and Vincent though.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    Not at all good -- but perhaps there is a silver lining if we can get some of the younger guys to show their stuff
    I hate to admit it, but this is exactly my line of thinking. It does suck because Multialo is a good guy and a likeable guy, but shit, would it kill us to try some new fucking guys on this horrid line? I know it's hard to make changes to the line - or to ANYTHING - when you're 4-0. But an injury is sadly the only way we're going to have a real chance to see what these other guys are made of, and whether they can improve the current state of our line. Sad, but true.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    Quote Originally Posted by HDDream View Post
    I don't think Terry's close to being ready (not sure he'll ever be) and as far as your question about Chester, he could definitely do worse than Flynn and probably Vincent as well, and that's not to say that I think either are top notch players. I just don't think he's physically ready yet. He nees this year in the weight room.

    I couldn't disagree more concerning Terry. When Terry was filling in at LT, he has done a very good job. I believe he is ready, however the more likely replacement at LG will be Jason Brown. This could b good, because it could probably help smooth the transition of Jason to our starting center position for next year. Brown could probably also open up holes for our running game on the left side.
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    If this means Brown coming into the lineup then I'm not too worried, all I and anyone here really has to go on is his one career start at Denver last year where he started at right guard and I thought he did a perfectly good job there in fact I thought he did very well indeed for a first start.

    As for Terry needing a year in the weight room, he's had a year in the weight room already and yeah he could do with more work on his power game. But his blocking technique is perfectly fine and whenever he's come in he hasn't been a weakness, he is our future at left tackle and that is in no way a bad thing. His technique in pass blocking is bordering on excellent (evidenced by how well he played Osi Umenyiora in the opening pre-season game this year and other spot appearances) he is severely lacking leg drive and power in the run game but he's working on that and in games is just positioning himself very well in the run game when he gets a chance, just manoeuvering his man out of the play not driving him backwards as Ogden would.

    If Terry were to be forced to start at LT due to an injury to Ogden then I would not be unduly worried.




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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    Watching him leave the field yesterday you could tell it wasn't good

    Man somehow I hope it's not.






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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    Mule was on the KMS show this morning and said he's getting an MRI done today, but he said it definitley felt like a tear. At the least, it sounds like he's out this week, and my gut is saying he's done for the year.

    This is Brown's chance to step it up. Also, I hope we look for a FA OL to bring in.
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    Re: Mulitalo has possible torn Tricep

    I heard Mule on 98 rock as wll this morning. Listening to him he didn't sound optimistic.

    One thing for sure: if it is a tear, he is done for the year.




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