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    Gluttons for punishment.... ;)
     
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    Hollway mentions something about needing to do a better job of covering the opposing TE. Nice to know that permitting the TE to run free and open is a franchise “tradition.” :bang:
     
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    As always, thanks for sharing. Pat Tilley is one of the most underrated Cardinals ever. Dude showed up every week. Small frame, but ran impeccable routes & had great hands.
     
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    Loved when we wore the all whites at home against Dallas. Dallas struggled then when they were forced to wear their blue jerseys.
     
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    LOVE those uni's!!
     
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    IMO, Lomax was slightly better than Hart. If he played behind the same OL's that Hart did, his career would have been considerably longer & he'd be in the HOF today.
     
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    Yeah I'd go one further he was MUCH better than Hart. Jim was amazing at not getting sacked, threw the ball just in the nick of time, but he was INT prone and not as accurate as Lomax was. Jim could get red hot but he had his very bad moments like the thanksgiving game where he had 5 or 6 INT's
     
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    I agree. Not sure why I said slightly.
     
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