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Tolbert's New Nickname...

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Steve Smith is a battleship.

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I like Tugboat, but won't stop calling him Mike "Cook Out Tray" Tolbert.

 

 

Of course it's "Cheddar Style," but this week I'd make an exception and go with "Out West Style" as we are playing San Fran away.
 

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Dammit...Now I'm hungry :(

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No matter what, the first thing that comes to mind when he makes a play is "Fat Boy". It fits it works and it's natural.

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I've always called him the Kool-Aid man. If you remember the old commercials, you'd know why.

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I've always called him the Kool-Aid man. If you remember the old commercials, you'd know why.

 

Andy Reid already took it........

 

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Ginn = teh speed boat

 

Fua = teh submarine (always going down)

 

Munnerlyn = the jet ski

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Those are all good nick names but I still like the old Human Bowling Ball nick name best.. Do you recall after his second touchdown in the 35-10 whipping of Minnesota Oct. 13th, Tolbert pantomimed a bowling routine in the end zone – pretending to roll a ball and then clenching his fist as all those invisible pins went down.. He later said “My friends call me The Human Bowling Ball".

 

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Everytime we get within five yards of the endzone, my first thought is "time to go Bowling".

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Everytime we get within five yards of the endzone, my first thought is "time to go Bowling".

 

& now it'll be "Time to tug one out".

 

(Someone had to say it.)

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& now it'll be "Time to tug one out".

 

(Someone had to say it.)

 

Nope. Someone didn't have to say it..

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