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    The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle



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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Sean Taylor obviously viewed this before our game against the 'Skins,better not to risk tackling SJ at all..

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    He looks more like hes swinging his purse at SJ rather than trying to tackle him.

    I'd never seen this before and honestly expected a much more serious hit. Thats weak!
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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    well at least he already knows not to arm tackle! thats got to be a bonus on our defense

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    ouch....Don't hurt him in training camp Stevie!!


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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    That sucks for him.

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    thanks bra! ANYTHING that shows no heart in s.f. is so nice to behold.I live half way tween L.A. n' s.f. and have had much grief from whiners but dont ta know so much errie silence for many years. No matter what (even when they split) I always stood tall for my RAMS!

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Good for you Marc! // I can imagine Rams pulling Rumph's leg about that tackle incident w/Jax.

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    You'd think Rumph would've learned his lesson, but once he was back on the field, he continued his arm-tackling ways. He did put a heckuva hit on TO when he was playing at FS, though.


    Quote Originally Posted by marccat View Post
    thanks bra! ANYTHING that shows no heart in s.f. is so nice to behold.I live half way tween L.A. n' s.f. and have had much grief from whiners but dont ta know so much errie silence for many years. No matter what (even when they split) I always stood tall for my RAMS!
    It's even nicer when that thing showing no heart leaves the team and ends up in St. Louis! Oh jeez, when is the smack forum coming back

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by marccat View Post
    thanks bra! ANYTHING that shows no heart in s.f. is so nice to behold.I live half way tween L.A. n' s.f. and have had much grief from whiners but dont ta know so much errie silence for many years. No matter what (even when they split) I always stood tall for my RAMS!
    That's nothing. I live in the Bay with all my neighbors being Niner fans. Annoying. Especially now that they are showing some progress, the trash talk while we cut our respective yards can drown out the sound of of the lawnmowers.

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by Facing-The-Giant View Post
    I sort of think this was one of those rare deals were a player that sucked on one team can come to another and make the probowl!! my prediction is rumph takes over week 5 and doesn't look back. somthing tells me that he will be our first cornerback in the probowl since aeneas williams. laugh now, but you will see!!
    thats quiet a statement... i could see hill making the probowl if he progresses like everyone here at the clan believes he can... if rumph can provide good depth at corner and play the gunner on special teams i would be happy....

    what happens now to butler??? he can be a good cover corner but in haslett's system i dont know... i like his style of play, its just a shame that he got hurt and his career has never been the same

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    If Rumph is going to play (and I don't presume he'll even make the team necessarily), I suspect it will be at FS.

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by Facing-The-Giant View Post
    well right now jb is our 3rd corner behind starers tye hill and fahkir brown. however I expect either mike rumph or Jerametrius butler to push for the second spot behind tye hill. But fahkir might have somthing to say about that because he is our best cover corner right now.
    Ronald Bartell is our third corner and will continue to be for the forseeable future.

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    SO....? Did we pick up Rumph cause we felt bad for breaking his arm? Or...? No I guess thats it!

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    Re: The day Rumph learned not to arm tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by Facing-The-Giant View Post
    Didint ron get moved to FS?? I know he switched back and forth during the season, but I thought his main spot was FS??
    He ended the season at corner and finished against Minnesota with two picks..:l

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