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    Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=clayton_john&id=2923078&lpos=spotl ight&lid=tab5pos1

    Good plug in there for T-Jack, which I believe to be completely true.
    Also, you have to love it anytime someone mentions Culpepper and failed project.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    I think he is right though... AD and TJack are going to be huge factors in the success of next season.
    TJack more than anybody.
    If he can pull it together, stay focused, it could be VERY exciting.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    I think he is right though... AD and TJack are going to be huge factors in the success of next season.
    TJack more than anybody.
    If he can pull it together, stay focused, it could be VERY exciting.
    They are both going to play huge roles in our success or failures this year.
    If TJack is the starter on opening day and remains the starter the entire season, we are going to have a great year.
    Nothing against Bollinger, but if he has to take over the starting QB job it is not going to be a good year for the Purple.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    I think he is right though... AD and TJack are going to be huge factors in the success of next season.
    TJack more than anybody.
    If he can pull it together, stay focused, it could be VERY exciting.
    They are both going to play huge roles in our success or failures this year.
    If TJack is the starter on opening day and remains the starter the entire season, we are going to have a great year.
    Nothing against Bollinger, but if he has to take over the starting QB job it is not going to be a good year for the Purple.
    but you better be prepared for some bumps along the way

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    "tb04512" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    I think he is right though... AD and TJack are going to be huge factors in the success of next season.
    TJack more than anybody.
    If he can pull it together, stay focused, it could be VERY exciting.
    They are both going to play huge roles in our success or failures this year.
    If TJack is the starter on opening day and remains the starter the entire season, we are going to have a great year.
    Nothing against Bollinger, but if he has to take over the starting QB job it is not going to be a good year for the Purple.
    but you better be prepared for some bumps along the way
    That, and if TJack does start and play the entire season, but plays TERRIBLE, than we are going to be in for a horrendous year!

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "tb04512" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    I think he is right though... AD and TJack are going to be huge factors in the success of next season.
    TJack more than anybody.
    If he can pull it together, stay focused, it could be VERY exciting.
    They are both going to play huge roles in our success or failures this year.
    If TJack is the starter on opening day and remains the starter the entire season, we are going to have a great year.
    Nothing against Bollinger, but if he has to take over the starting QB job it is not going to be a good year for the Purple.
    but you better be prepared for some bumps along the way
    That, and if TJack does start and play the entire season, but plays TERRIBLE, than we are going to be in for a horrendous year!
    If TJack plays terrible I believe Chili will replace him with Bollinger.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    If TJack plays terrible I believe Chili will replace him with Bollinger.
    I think if Bollinger has to step in for anything besides an injury for T. Jack that we can all kiss this season goodbye.
    Bollinger blows donkey balls and being from Madison trust me I know, the guy sucks and is only fit should be a #3 QB in this league.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    "Json" wrote:
    If TJack plays terrible I believe Chili will replace him with Bollinger.
    I think if Bollinger has to step in for anything besides an injury for T. Jack that we can all kiss this season goodbye.
    Bollinger blows donkey balls and being from Madison trust me I know, the guy sucks and is only fit should be a #3 QB in this league.
    He did look pretty good though for the 1 or 2 drives he made before he got injured.
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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    I just hope the collarbone doesn't become an issue.

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    Re: Five who could turn a good season into a great one - John Clayton

    I hate to say I see this year as an experiment - high risk/high reward... we could end up winning a LOT of game and we could end up losing a LOT of games.... not likely to see a .500 season.
    I mean, what are realistic expectations?
    6 -7 wins?
    I'd think we're more likely to see 9 or 5; but who knows.


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