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  1. #16
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    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens



    Chester may do very well tonight for two reasons.

    1. He is a good running back with good speed, a pinch shiftiness, and a measure of power.

    2. Taylor has an excellent offensive line to clear the way for him. Their left side is one of the best in the business.

    On the other hand, the Baltimore defense under Buddy Ryan gels further with each passing game. It should be great fun to watch.
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    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by Art-Florida
    Chester may do very well tonight for two reasons.

    1. He is a good running back with good speed, a pinch shiftiness, and a measure of power.

    2. Taylor has an excellent offensive line to clear the way for him. Their left side is one of the best in the business.

    On the other hand, the Baltimore defense under Buddy Ryan gels further with each passing game. It should be great fun to watch.
    Wrong Ryan, Art. We have Buddy's son Rex.

    I think Chester will be pretty well shut down although it wouldn't surprise me if he ripped off a big run thanks to overpursuit or on a screen pass.

    On a side note, in the link that Tony posted Aaron stated that Clayton is going to get a shot at returning kicks. Does anyone else think that is just a horrible idea? I'd hate for a starting WR to get injured on kick return.
    Last edited by GreenWave52; 08-25-2006 at 11:04 AM.




  3. #18

    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens

    Hey it's no worse than the times we put C-Mac or Ed Reed back there for returns...

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    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by RAVENOUS52
    Hey it's no worse than the times we put C-Mac or Ed Reed back there for returns...
    Exactly! You would of figured this team would have learned its lesson by now. Sams is good and I want to see some more of what Ross can do as well. If our kick returner is injured during the season, then by all means put Clayton back there. But to expose him to unecesary injury is foolish.




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    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWave52
    Wrong Ryan, Art. We have Buddy's son Rex.

    I think Chester will be pretty well shut down although it wouldn't surprise me if he ripped off a big run thanks to overpursuit or on a screen pass.

    On a side note, in the link that Tony posted Aaron stated that Clayton is going to get a shot at returning kicks. Does anyone else think that is just a horrible idea? I'd hate for a starting WR to get injured on kick return.
    I knew that. (slams head against wall twice and mumbles duhh)
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  6. #21

    Re: Chester Taylor Friday against Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWave52
    On a side note, in the link that Tony posted Aaron stated that Clayton is going to get a shot at returning kicks. Does anyone else think that is just a horrible idea? I'd hate for a starting WR to get injured on kick return.
    Not really. How often do return men really get hurt? While there are a lot of special team injuries, I really haven't seen many returners get injured. I don't think kickoff returns are really any more dangerous than most offensive plays, and punt returns are only dangerous if you don't utilize the fair catch. If Clayton is the best man for the job, let him play.




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