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Gamble has actually become a VERY good tackler. Early in his career he shied away from contact but the last 3-4 seasons he's been damn aggressive against the run and has laid the wood a few times.

Seeing as I cannot pie or like, I will have to tell you I am so glad someone noticed that Gamble had stepped up his game. He has actually become an intergal part of the D. Which is a total shock to me, as I always hated OSU guys.

Hey, anyone who is helping make my team better is all right by me. And GOOOOO CATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I was making a lot of jokes on draft weekend about picking up a 4-3 Will LB and drafting a guy out of D7 Boonfug State, but if Kuechly can start, Silatolu can start, Alexander can be rotational and play well, Norman can start, and Adams can (basically) start as a return man, this will be one of our better drafts ever.

I don't think Norman has to even start. If Alexander and Norman get a solid number of snaps I would view this as an extremely succesful draft. Three starters (Kuechly, Silatolu, Olsen), two or maybe even three rotational guys (Alexander, Norman and Adams as a slot) Nd two special teams guys (Nortman, Adams). I know I double dipped on Adams but the versatility is a plus.

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Easy,

Just look at his size, athletic ability, and ball skills.

He has already impressed the coaching staff and other players.

This guy will be starting, might not be on day one but you can book it.

Haha ain't nothin better than when this fool posts.

All hail the mighty Dash!

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These last two drafts could go down as building blocks for a championship if the players pan out

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Easy,

Just look at his size, athletic ability, and ball skills.

He has already impressed the coaching staff and other players.

This guy will be starting, might not be on day one but you can book it.

Al Davis lives!!!
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Haha ain't nothin better than when this fool posts.

All hail the mighty Dash!

Dang straight!

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I just don't see Norman being that ready but I hope I'm surprised.

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Nah, can't be true. Mrtouchdown has a cousin who knows this friend and his friend's cousin says Norman is a thug and a "very selfish player".

Don't take me out of context fine young male.

Go back and read what posted. BTW, what I said came from a NFL player's mouth.

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fine young male?

Nice touch. Way to take the high road and show some real maturity.

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I just don't see Norman being that ready but I hope I'm surprised.

He is definitely cocky/confident and probably most likely to catch a right hook....

I hope he pans out. Team has needed more attitude for years

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fine young male?

Nice touch. Way to take the high road and show some real maturity.

My bad, bro. Does that word offend you?

Please stay on topic.

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He is definitely cocky/confident and probably most likely to catch a right hook....

I hope he pans out. Team has needed more attitude for years

That dude who posts here that attends Liberty didn't speak very highly of Norman.

If he can get abused by a player from a fake college I'm not sure how he will do in the pros.

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