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Old 09-05-2012, 12:29 AM   #1
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Attention all fans of the Chargers, Broncos, Chiefs & Raiders. Please read my review of the AFC West division on my blog.

http://freshcutroc.wordpress.com/

Admittedly, I don't have as much knowledge depth on this division as others so lemme know what u think (constructively) and what I botched.


Thanks fellas, good luck to these teams.

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Old 09-05-2012, 12:40 AM   #2
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Hey Roc - I enjoy reading your football blog posts. I must disagree on your outlook of Willis, he has plenty left in the tank. People are quick to forget that he played 3 years behind Ray Rice. He's always been very productive even running behind bad O-lines. Tebow actually didn't help Willis last year, he was facing stacked boxes on a weekly basis whereas the addition of Manning will surely give him lots of open running room.
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thanks for reading my dude! glad you seem to be back, at least in the football capacities. I appreciate u brotha

Fair enough on Willis. True that he's gotten a chance to rest past few seasons but he's still an NFL running back who has taken years of abuse. He did quite well last season but I just feel Tebow took a lot of pressure off running lanes ans gap assignments for the opposing defenses because of his versatility. Peyton's a statue but I suppose it is poss that he will open up the running game diff by completing downfield.
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