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    I thought Robinson was number 11, when the rams game started I saw number 11 on the field and I was like NO WAY Robinson's playing? Then I realized it was Gibson... So who gets the number 11? Lol...

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    hmm good point!

    maybe at least one of our receivers will be wearing a number in the 80s next season then!
    @EssexRam_

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    • #3
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      Robinson switched to Stanley's number when he was released

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      • #4
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        Originally posted by codeman123 View Post
        Robinson switched to Stanley's number when he was released
        ah i see he is number 19 now
        @EssexRam_

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        • #5
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          Robinson is 19 and Gibson is 11. BTW, Gibson played very well yesterday! Not only that, but his amazingt fourth down catch was crucial.

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          • #6
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            and there was me thinking LR was number 15...i really must leave Mr Jim Beam in the closet when it comes to game time...

            so Gibson if he`s 11 cant really be classed as part of our "Teen Squad" then...guess it`s a blessing with the curse that has hit that group since it got together...
            i prefer wideouts to be in the `80`s personally..cant get my head around wideouts having QB numbers on their jerseys...Isiah Stainback for the Pats last night played wideout with the number 9...it`ll be DB`s with number 2 on and linebackers with 30`s & 60`s etc...i know they have sometimes decades ago used those numbers..but me no like..

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              Originally posted by Ramblin` Ram View Post
              and there was me thinking LR was number 15...i really must leave Mr Jim Beam in the closet when it comes to game time...

              so Gibson if he`s 11 cant really be classed as part of our "Teen Squad" then...guess it`s a blessing with the curse that has hit that group since it got together...
              i prefer wideouts to be in the `80`s personally..cant get my head around wideouts having QB numbers on their jerseys...Isiah Stainback for the Pats last night played wideout with the number 9...it`ll be DB`s with number 2 on and linebackers with 30`s & 60`s etc...i know they have sometimes decades ago used those numbers..but me no like..


              Yeah I was really confused when I saw Stainbeck with no. 9 on as well. It's almost college football out there now...

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              • #8
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                Yea, can we please get our receivers to wear #'s in the 80's again. Much easier for me to keep track of

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                • #9
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                  But... this one goes to eleven.

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                  • #10
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                    always good to go to eleven. ....I like that number.
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