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    I think that tonight was landetta's best game since he knocked three punts out inside the ten yard line in the last game between the cleveland rams and the decautur stanleys (i believe landetta filled in as punter that day for an injured waterfield).

    Distance and accuracy, he was just fantastic and as one of the guys that has been on his back for a while, i offer my heartfelt congrats and thanks for a great job in a huge win.

    ramming speed to all

    general counsel

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    Re: Landettas best game since....

    I agree General, not bad, I'm sure the guy is Part human, Part machine, the age he is!!!!

    steve :ramlogo:
    "The breakfast Club":helmet:


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      Re: Landettas best game since....


      He gets my game ball!!


      • #4
        Re: Landettas best game since....

        I'll grant you that he had distance last night on a couple of punts that Ray Guy would have been proud of. But he also sandwiched that around a punt that he didn't get past mid-field when it was time to boom one. He also dropped one into the endzone when you would think a coffin corner was calling. Maybe he needs a hearing aid. Perhaps he thinks when someone says "coffin corner" they said his "coffin was in the corner." He did do enough though to get me to rethink whether he is Landeada-NOT.


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