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RBWilliams8
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


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we simply cannot keep this attrition up and continue to compete on the field. It just can't happen.






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Cajun Invasion
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Abbeville, Louisianna
Member since Jan 2012
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


Just wondering can someone start a thread with a list of all players leaving early, perhaps even get a stickie for it.





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justustm2
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


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Maybe in the NFL he can wear a jersey that fits


WOW. Our "fans". Aren't they wonderful?






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justustm2
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


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Please. Rasco is extremely replaceable.


Rasco is highly underrated here. He had an excellent year. I haven't seen the stats but I would think his season was as good or better than Mingo's last year.






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saintsfan22
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


Mingo wasn't that good last year and Mingo would disrupt in the pass more.


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moneyg
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Rasco is highly underrated here. He had an excellent year


No. Our DEs were the biggest problem we had in the running game...and Rasco was as bad as any of them. He's a marginally decent pass rusher.







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Screaming Viking
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Member since Jul 2013
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re: RG Trai Turner possibly going pro


Purpleandgold

My point is that they almost all believe that they will be the ones that make the big second contract.

When in reality, VERY few of them do. I am making a reference to them completely ignoring the overwhelming percentages that they will not even be in the nfl at that point. Much less sign a significant second contract.

I may not have worded it very well, but chill out.






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