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Has Guss Scott practiced?

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  1. mgteich

    mgteich PatsFans.com Veteran PatsFans.com Supporter

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    This is now relevant since Mitchell is down.
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    Early and often.
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    Every one, IIRC.
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    yep. hes played with first group a few times when it was Scott-Sanders with Wilson and Hobbs/Samuel at Corner
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    Hasn't he been one of the starting safeties for the start of TC?? Look back..I think he was...(The last days it was Sanders..)
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    Scott - Sanders is a combo I can live with. SS ill suits little Guss, who is barely bigger than some CBs.
    Given Rodney's status, Mitchell's probable IR, and TBuck's rep as a poor tackler, I would keep an eye out for possible available SS types. What's Scott Farley up to these days?
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    But doesn't Guss Scott just suck? Injury prone, too small to actually tackle anyone. He seems to get injured doing that.

    He's kind of stumpy too.
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    RE:Little Guss Scott.

    Its all relative.

    The Clots will tell you that Bob Sanders all of 5'6'' tall and 190 # in his wet dreams, is a league leading SS. Right!

    Compared to that, Guss is a "Mountain of a man"...
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    Scott's blown out both knees. Can't blame him for that. My remembrance is he's a real hitter, not a fast free safety type, (could be wrong).

    If he's healthy, I really like the safety group this year.

    Remember Arturo Freeman?

    We've added much quality at the position since then including health for our two draft picks, (hopefully).

    Artrell's savvy and Tebuckey's athletic and both have good experience.
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