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    #1 on the list . . . :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

    And I would be worried for the safety of the creator of that list. . . . GRONK isn't on it. :eek:
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    lol @ #1. That's priceless; either the creator of the list has no sense of irony whatsoever, or that was a brilliant commentary on the nature of his own list.
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    Big Vince? :D

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    Why can't Bill pick him up make him a star playa.. stick it up to green beans... talk about a workout warrior LOL
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    Never heard of the play at #19... :rolleyes:
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    When Gholston is #1, Clayton (former pats practice squad) is #2, and Carter is #3, you gotta wonder how they even put this list together?

    Because Gholston looks like Tarzan, plays like Jane.
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    My thoughts exactly.. guess being a physical specimen is not necessarily the prerequisite for success in the NFL...
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    Hey we found one category as an NFL player that Gholston overachieved rather than underachieved.
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    holy crap didn't realize THIS was our practice squad RB
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    And yet that wasn't enough for BB to keep him on the 53. . . . :rolleyes:
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    Contrast a guy like that with Woodhead. Goes to show that muscle only means so much in the NFL. Athleticism, smarts and heart mean more.
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    So Carter is the most Jacked guy that is actually IN the NFL!
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    It's also a prerequisite for getting injured, a.k.a Bob Sanders. This is why most athletes are going the route of resistance training over strength training.

    Technique trumps strength every single time.
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    How does having muscle mass make one more likely to get injured?

    How is resistance training distinctly different from strength training?
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    The problem with excessive weight training is that it can do serious harm, especially to joints, when taken to extremes. After a certain point, you are doing more harm than good.

    For most players, they will see much better performance if they took 20% of their gym time and spent it on skills training.
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    Guys like Bruschi spent time on flexibility training, great for minimizing injury when a joint is forced into an "unusual" position.
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    While I certainly agree that skills training is very important you didnt answer my question of how resistance training is different from strength training.
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    I don't like when guys are too beefy
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