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    Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Barron (6'7"-315lbs)

    Pace (6'7"-325lbs)


    I ask the CLAN....

    Is there a better tandem of Tackles in the NFL right now?


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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    You gotta admit, they are pretty huge.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Oh I don't know, man; that Panther pair (LT Gross, RT Otah) might look pretty good.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    Barron (6'7"-315lbs)

    Pace (6'7"-325lbs)


    I ask the CLAN....

    Is there a better tandem of Tackles in the NFL right now?
    Are you asking if they are "better" or just bigger? If it is the former I think the pair the Rams will be facing this weekend (Thomas & Runyan) are certainly in the running and may even be just as big.

    WHAT SAY YE?

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    These guys are big, just haven't been the best. Thats all I can say. Say they get better, then they're players everyone will fear.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    Barron (6'7"-315lbs)

    Pace (6'7"-325lbs)


    I ask the CLAN....

    Is there a better tandem of Tackles in the NFL right now?
    That's a "LOADED" question, laramO! I'll pass. Next question, please.


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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    False start...Barron. False start...Barron. If he can get over this, then this post will be legit.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    and our 3rd tackle Goldberg is 6'7" 318lbs. another "biggun"
    we can only hope barrons talent lives up to his size.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMarkable View Post
    Are you asking if they are "better" or just bigger? If it is the former I think the pair the Rams will be facing this weekend (Thomas & Runyan) are certainly in the running and may even be just as big.

    WHAT SAY YE?

    Their size is impressive but I'm asking if they are the best.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by Mooselini View Post
    These guys are big, just haven't been the best.
    While I agree with this statement in relation to Barron, how anyone can say that Pace hasn't been the best is bewildering. Okay, he's past his prime now but only Ogden came close to Pace in his heyday.

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by DistantRam View Post
    While I agree with this statement in relation to Barron, how anyone can say that Pace hasn't been the best is bewildering. Okay, he's past his prime now but only Ogden came close to Pace in his heyday.
    Walter Jones might disagree.
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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Walter Jones might disagree.
    I'd have him third at LT in my experience.....


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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    NOPE they are not the best ................. NEXT


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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Quote Originally Posted by RamDez View Post
    NOPE they are not the best ................. NEXT
    so who's better?

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    Re: Alex Barron & Orlando Pace

    Tony Ugoh and Ryan Diem of the Colts come to mind.

    Jammal Brown and Jon Stinchcomb of the Saints are pretty good too.

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