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All Time Favorite JAG (Just a Guy)


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Who was that crazy special teamer who I believe was on steroids and used to jack people up everytime and was a little crazy. Think his number was like 40 or something. I always try to remember his name but can't. 

 

But Anthony Johnson was one because it was my neighbors name at the time and Chad Cota for whatever reason

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I loved guys like Anthony Johnson, Nick Goings, and David Gettis.  Just fun guys to watch.  I thought for sure that Gettis was on his way to being a superstar...

 

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2 minutes ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

Who was that crazy special teamer who I believe was on steroids and used to jack people up everytime and was a little crazy. Think his number was like 40 or something. I always try to remember his name but can't. 

Jarrod Cooper?

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Hoov is basically a Panther GOAT and legend so I think removes him from my definition of a JAG.   Plus, I think there were stretches where he was the best lead blocker in the NFL. To me, you can't be a JAG and be the best at something.   Even if it isn't sexy.   Definition of JAG is pretty vague though. 

I'll go Kurt Coleman.  He wasn't really good.  He did some dumb stuff.  But he brought some pop to the secondary.....and we rarely have seen that here.   

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3 minutes ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

Yes thank you! Google him and didn't realize he was having such a hard time after his career

 

https://www.foxsports.com/stories/nfl/37-year-old-ex-nfl-player-says-hes-now-bedridden-for-half-his-life

I had no idea he was in such bad condition. CTE is no joke and I hope there are huge advances in tech preventing it as more research is done. And why many will never question a guy like Luke hanging up the cleats early. Shows how smart of a decision it was/is.

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2 minutes ago, CRA said:

I'll go Kurt Coleman.  He wasn't really good.  He did some dumb stuff.  But he brought some pop to the secondary.....and we rarely have seen that here.   

Agreed. Honestly, Kurt Coleman was basically Mike Minter, he just played the game in the wrong era. He would've been very good during Minter's era.

 

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