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2 hours ago, SteelKing728 said:

Do you guys think Cook will take #24 now that its available (assuming Brock didn't take it)?

I would.

Numbers in the 20's are sleek and fast.

NUmbers in the 30's are lumbering and slow.

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34 minutes ago, Vikes_Bolts1228 said:

I would.

Numbers in the 20's are sleek and fast.

NUmbers in the 30's are lumbering and slow.

You obviously do not remember seeing OJ Simpson, Marcus Allen and Tony Dorsett play!!

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9 minutes ago, Virginia Viking said:

You obviously do not remember seeing OJ Simpson, Marcus Allen and Tony Dorsett play!!

Not to mention Walter 'sweetness' Payton, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, and Bo Jackson.

Edited by marshpit23

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21 minutes ago, Virginia Viking said:

You obviously do not remember seeing OJ Simpson, Marcus Allen and Tony Dorsett play!!

Just think how much better they would have been if they didn't have a number in the 30's slowing them down!

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48 minutes ago, marshpit23 said:

Not to mention Walter 'sweetness' Payton, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, and Bo Jackson.

Chuck Foreman wore #44.

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17 minutes ago, vike daddy said:

Chuck Foreman wore #44.

40's are tough numbers!

They give the player added toughness and grit

20's give the player extra speed and agility

30's just slow them down and reduce agility.

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Just now, Vikes_Bolts1228 said:

40's are tough numbers!

They give the player added toughness and grit

20's give the player extra speed and agility

30's just slow them down and reduce agility.

Foreman had incredible agility, one of his standout features.

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1 minute ago, vike daddy said:

Foreman had incredible agility, one of his standout features.

Yes because his number wasn't in the 30's!

And there's just players who are too good to be weakened by their jersey numbers like Sweetness, Juice, Campbell, Asiata, etc.

There's exceptions to all the rules!

 

Edited by Vikes_Bolts1228

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one of the moves Foreman had defied physics. 

he'd be running downfield with a cornerback or someone coming at him. he would do a fake juke move and then just stop in his tracks. the cb would blow right past him, not able to stop his momentum, and Chuck would take off again.

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1 hour ago, Vikes_Bolts1228 said:

Yes because his number wasn't in the 30's!

And there's just players who are too good to be weakened by their jersey numbers like Sweetness, Juice, Campbell, Asiata, etc.

There's exceptions to all the rules!

 

I bet that's the only time that Asiata gets put in the same list with Payton, Simpson and Campbell!!!!:D

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1 hour ago, Purplexing said:

I could have sworn I clicked on a 'Dalvin Cook' comment thread!

 

Oh, well!  I'll keep looking....

or just go away.

it was a slow football morning, so collegial guys, part of a light hearted community, threw some jokes around about running backs and their jersey numbers. if it's truly a problem  you need corrected, maybe look for a site you enjoy more.

one with lots of lutefisk jokes, or actually the same lutefisk joke over and over. because apparently they are allowed even though we don't have a lutefisk thread,

Edited by vike daddy

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