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  1. Slagathor

    Slagathor Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    11 tackles, 3 solo.

    That is tremendous number for ANY DE.

    I think I like the 4-3. Our guys on the line seem to be able to consistantly get their hands on people.

    As far as the secondary, at this rate I'll be having some beer coming my way.
     
  2. onegameatatime

    onegameatatime Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    This guy has done well, and he seems mature in interviews.

    When Chad Eaton was with seattle, he said BB was upset with him because he said Ty was awful.

    And everybody's favorite Globe ant-BB writer said that tasking Wilfork and Watson showed that Warren and Graham were not working out.

    Looks to me like he's been on quite a good trajectory from when he was drafted..
     
  3. Box_O_Rocks

    Box_O_Rocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Yep, he's on track to be one of the best.
     
  4. Richter

    Richter In the Starting Line-Up

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    Who gives a crap what Chad Eaton said? Warren has been underappreciated for some time. People forget in 2004-2005, when Seymour missed the AFC Championship game against Pittsburgh, Warren was THE MAN. He dominated the Steelers offensive line that game. He's one of 8 or so players on the team that I would absolutely want to see get paid before they were to leave. (Note that Branch was never among those 8.)
     

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