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Old 04-08-2007, 09:48 AM    (permalink
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Keith Lewis is awesome.

Heh, I remember thinking when watching some Niner games last season "I've gotta cut back on my Madden gaming" as whenever I saw Lewis, he reminded me of those backup scrubs in Madden with no gear on other than his helmet and pads :)
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I loved Ronnie Lott because he revoloutionized the safety position and my fav. player (Dawkins) plays like him and w/o Lott the safety position would just be the "safety net" and safety is my fav. position
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Heh, I remember thinking when watching some Niner games last season "I've gotta cut back on my Madden gaming" as whenever I saw Lewis, he reminded me of those backup scrubs in Madden with no gear on other than his helmet and pads :)
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Ronnie Lott recieves (and deserves) the proper amount of appreciation in my opinion. I wish Kenny Easley, who was in the same draft as Lott, and who many thought to be better than Lott in his prime seasons (he was better physically, 6'3'' with a 4.45 40 time, and was voted DPOY in 83 or 84), would get his due.
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There definately were safeties that were great before him. You can even say that Jack Tatum helped influence Ronnie Lott's approach to defending the middle of the field etc. So Ronnie Lott wasn't the first.

But he is the gold standard by which all safeties are compared to. And yes, the Redskins definately made a mistake. We also made a mistake trading Huff. I don't know what the Giants were thinking.
What about Philly trading Sonny Jurgenson for Norm Snead? I guess it happens pretty often.
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