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    Charles Haley. I'm just talking about his appearance. Obviously Crable isn't a HOF caliber player. He has that size, length, skinny strength and coordination. Hopefully he works as hard as Pierre has worked. Anyone else see the physical resemblance?
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    I like the Willie Mcginist comparisons myself.
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    I thought Haley was a bit bigger frame-wise
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    Hopefully the comparisons only carry over on the field....

    http://kissingsuzykolber.uproxx.com...y-would-like-you-to-watch-him-masturbate.html

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    He was definately thicker but Willie was more rangy. I don't expect him to accomplish as much as either of those 2. Maybe more along the lines of Chris Slade-type production.
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    Wasn't Chris Singleton known for that type of physique with small legs but a powerful upper body?
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    He reminds me of a LB out of Ackron same size 6'5 around 243 lbs.........Jason Taylor. I hope he plays like Taylor, who I think was a third rnd pick also.
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    I think if he starts spanking his monkey in meetings, his monkey is going to get cut. :eek:
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    If I were Belichick I would make sure that during practice they don't play 'Stroke Me by Billy Squier' on the loudspeaker :eek:
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    There is nothing obvious about that at all.

    The guy hasn't played one game yet.
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    I'm assuming he means that Crable hasn't proven himself HOF-caliber just yet. [Of course, in the perfect Homerville world, the Patriots just drafted/signed as UDFAs five future HOFers. :) ]
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    Why didn't you just say that in your thread headline? Were you afraid no one would read it otherwise?
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    Yeah, I know. ;)
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    so if it son't obvious wouldn't that make it secretive or a mystery?

    ob·vi·ous Audio Help /ˈɒbviəs/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[ob-vee-uhs] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
    –adjective 1. easily seen, recognized, or understood; open to view or knowledge; evident: an obvious advantage.
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    3. Obsolete. being or standing in the way.
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    Crable reminds me of Vernon Crawford (with talent).
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    I love the Willie comparisons Willie was the man. I loved the attitude too. If Crable ends up anything close to Willie, i'll be happy.

    His pick in that preseason game was pretty sweet too, i'm going to need to watch the whole thing over again and just look for Crable and Mayo.
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    "Tucked inside the book is a chapter called “The Last Naked Warrior,” which is a nickname defensive end Charles Haley used for himself."

    That was his nickname for himself? Classic!

    For obvious reasons, that line got burried by the stories of his lockerroom antics, but deserved some love nonetheless.

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