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The Huddler

Double Trouble

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Since this season has gone to poo and so has the quality of posts, I'd like to take a moment and reflect on how awesome Double Trouble was for us back in the days. I had so much pride in these guys for they were the identity of our team. I guess Chud will never learn...

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Who would have thought that double trouble would be what it is right now after the 2008 season? Sucks.

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thanks for depressing the entire fuging forum.

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Chud should take a page or two from that playbook. Cam is 10 times the QB Delhomme was, he would thrive in an "efficient run attack to set up play action pass" scheme.

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It would be nice but dont see it happening. Its a lot cheaper to keep Tolbert and let one of the other two go if they plan on going to a power running attack.

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It would be nice but dont see it happening. Its a lot cheaper to keep Tolbert and let one of the other two go if they plan on going to a power running attack.

about that power rushing attack...anyone know when that plan is supposed to be put into play?

double trouble has been the identity of this team since 2008.

they'll start winning games again when this new staff recognizes this and goes back to them being the focal point of the offense.

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