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Garry Williams Torn ACL/MCL

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Scott and Wharton played well. Bell was by far our worst lineman today and he didn't play all that badly. Gross whiffed on a few blocks as well.

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A knee injury to a guy that size... yeah... don't expect to see him back anytime soon.

 

Maybe IR so we can pick up another prospect.

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Scott looked decent but I was watching from my seats so obviously didnt focus in on him. anybody rewatch game yet? Get a better look?

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Read my lips, "We're not signing anymore offensive linemen."

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Scott looked decent but I was watching from my seats so obviously didnt focus in on him. anybody rewatch game yet? Get a better look?

 

He graded out the worst of the OLine by a significant margine.

 

He was -5 overall on PFF next worst guy was -1.5

 

He's bad. 

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He graded out the worst of the OLine by a significant margine.

He was -5 overall on PFF next worst guy was -1.5

He's bad.

He was the only offensive lineman with a positive grade in the preseason. To be fair to him he played more than any other guard and had to switch sides. I think he will improve against Buffalo. He just needs reps at the same position.

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Byers is so bad.  Wharton unconditioned.

 

Byers was ok at protecting Cam but during a running game he was running like an injured duck trying to block raging bulls, he failed and fell before blocking anything. well thank you for the good laugh Byers.

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Person just said ACL and MCL torn. No surprise

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