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Kuech the Sneak

Tweaks to the o-line

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We've tried most possible line combinations...most players have gotten a shot...why not see if this lineup can develop some chemistry

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I haven't really noticed how Amini Silotolu has played.. I wonder if he is the one struggling.

He gets beat fairly often....probably hurts Gross' play as well. But I think that would be a desperate Rivera move if he did it and counter productive for what would be best big picture.

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not something i was wanting to hear.

ugh.

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I was all on the Gary Williams over Jeff Byers at RG wagon, but I didn't hear Byers's name mentioned once yesterday, in a winning performance at that. No holding, no false starts, and no blown blocks so far as I can remember. I say keep the line how it is now.

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gotta be an attempt at fixing our run blocking. we have been abysmal in the interior.

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Think they'll try Zack Williams at RG!?

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Bruce Campbell maybe getting a chance?

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How good is Thomas Austin?

Didn't they just waive him and bring Zack Williams off the PS?

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Bruce Campbell maybe getting a chance?

Don't think they mess with the tackle spots and Campbell is strictly a OT.

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