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    Jacob Bell is 6-4 295

    Alan Faneca is 6-5 307(only one inch and 12 pounds.)

    Ryan Lilja is 6-2 290(shorter and weighs less)

    Jake Scott 6-5 295

    Mark Setterstrom 6-4 314

    Steve Hutchinson 6-5 313
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    The only one who is Much bigger that i have looked up was our boy Richie Incognito 6-3 330

    But the point of this thread is that some of the good guards in the NFL weigh around the same weight as bell with a few exceptions. this wasnt a list of my opinion of the best guards, just a few decent ones who came to mind, what do you think?
    Built RAM tough

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    Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

    I think he will be a good guard. He's already got good stats. He's a big guy, strong player, and will make a great part to any team.

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    • #3
      Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

      Good smaller players in the NFL make up for their size with their ability. Bob Sanders, Jacob Bell, Lito Sheppard, Robbert Mathis, etc.

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        Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

        Leonard Davis is huge. He is about 354 now, but has been as much as 380

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        • #5
          Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

          He's still young too.

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            Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

            Originally posted by 39thebeast View Post
            Leonard Davis is huge. He is about 354 now, but has been as much as 380
            well, of course there is some acceptions to my original post, and as i stated before, i didnt look up many guards, only a few
            Built RAM tough

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              Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

              Bell=2008 Fo's Version Of Adam Timmerman

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                Re: For the people who think Bell is undersized....

                Originally posted by bruce4life View Post
                Bell=2008 Fo's Version Of Adam Timmerman
                we can only hope
                Built RAM tough

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