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  • Claussen vs. Vlasic...which will be the better pickle, I mean QB?

    Mark Vlasic...QB

    Drafted by the SD Chargers in the 4th round (88th overall)in the 1987 draft. Started four games in his four year career, winning two of them.

    Completed 52.8% of his passes.
    Went 75 of 142 for 762 yards, 4TDs, and 5INTs.
    Career passer rating of 63.2.
    Fumbled four times, losing two of them, and was sacked six times.

    Personally, I don't like pickles, but would buy the ones the store keeps cold for the crunch.
    sigpicThis is for Randy! GO BRM!

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    OL - 18

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