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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by TitanJeff, Jan 8, 2006.
on a side note how about we get those 2 recievers! (#4 sweed and #6 crosby)
Does #4 Sweed play both O' and D'. I could have swore that he played DB during the Rose Bowl. I think he is just a sophmore. Any Texas fans know the answer?
it was another number 4. a few years ago ohio state had two number 4s(santonio holmes and will allen)
something that i loved from that video is he's willing to run out of bounds. that's something steve didnt learn until two years ago.
Amazing how well he moves and cuts at his size. And he was throwing some passes into very tight spots. Nice
That's amazing. I had no idea teams could do that. Seems almost unfair. Deceiving nonetheless! My wife kept telling me during the game, "that #4 is in on every play". Thanks for the clarification though.
Thanks big man
My mind is being changed. I am getting really excited about the possibility of drafting Young. With a year or two under Chow's coaching and Mcnairs mentoring, he could take this franchise a long ways. Young fans you are winning me over.