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Ryan Longwell

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by thetombradyhater, Aug 14, 2006.

  1. thetombradyhater
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    Did anyone see Ryan Longwell on the Kickoff return where the Raiders guy ran like 60 yards. He stuck out his hands like he was going to tackel the guy but the Raider ran right past him. Stupid Ryan Longwell
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    He'll probably have a quote in tomorrow's Star Tribune about the play. "The tee didn't quite keep the ball right where I wanted it and then....and then....pffffft Longwell.
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    yes but he also kicked a 40 yard field goal too before the half ended. :puke:
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    Yeah, unlike theKicker we got he can actually put the ball between the pipes and you are going to talk about his tackling ability.......he's an f'in Kicker
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    Did you see what happened to Clinton Portis when he tackled a guy who made an INT? He seperated his shoulder in a game that no one is going to remember except for the fact that he got injured.

    So, since he's a sissy kicker I have to say he probably did the right thing by letting the dude run by him instead of OVER his wimp *** lol
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    yep, great point. preseason. week 1.
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    I think that I will remember the tackle. Portis crushed that guy!
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    Longwells kickoffs were going down inside the 5.
    That's about 10 yards farther than he was kicking for us.
    Carrying all that money to the bank must have increased his leg strength.
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    portis did smack that guy pretty good it might have been worth the shoulder injury
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    I'm with Zero and PyleDriver here - for a K there are probably times when a low profile keeps you fitter for longer! ;)

    It's not as if he's trying to break into the team as a linebacker!

    Chris
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    jeez guys I'm just trying to be optimistic by being pessimistic about a viking (if that makes sense)
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    Gotta admire your motivation, TBHater!

    Almost forgot he was a Viking there! That's going to take some getting used to. :cry:

    Chris
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    well hope the vikes like him :D
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    Sorry I can't say anything bad of Ryan. He was one guy I'll miss. May not have the deepest kickoffs but at least didn't have to worry when the game was on the line. We'll see how soon the new kicker will make me forget him
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    I didnt like his mouth. A kicker should be seen, not heard.

    even when he was missing kicks, it wasnt too bad, but then his gums would start flappin and his fingers started pointing and...blah..

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