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    Look at this guy

    http://www.sptimes.com/2005/08/04/Bucs/Hovan_flashing_his_ol.shtml



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    Re: Look at this guy

    As much as I hope he can turn his game around, I just hope he doesnt do it against the MN game. But he has always been know for having a motor, I wonder if he as actually staying in position to make plays and also breaking into the backfield and putting presure on the QB, things he seemed to have lost here in MN.

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    Re: Look at this guy

    I dont really care what happens with Hovan now. If he makes the team cool, if he doesnt, cool. He look a lot different now though. lol

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    Re: Look at this guy

    Whatever. Hovan had all the things here that he does there, he just has to produce, which he hasn't done in a long time.


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    that would be funny if he didnt make the team :^)

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    Re: Look at this guy

    "smootpepper" wrote:
    As much as I hope he can turn his game around, I just hope he doesnt do it against the MN game. But he has always been know for having a motor, I wonder if he as actually staying in position to make plays and also breaking into the backfield and putting presure on the QB, things he seemed to have lost here in MN.
    Don't worry. If Birk is back, Hovan will eat a whole lotta turf in our game. And if he isn't back, well who cares, Cory Withrow will handle him.

    I refuse to believe that he simply flicked the switch and is suddenly able to perform well now. He was obviously working as hard as he could in those last two years in Minny and he did jack. He couldn't tackle my grandma if she had her bridge friends blocking for her.

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    I think Hovan will be great he just had a bit of a slump....We got the Williams duo now which should be amazing......I will never forget when Hovan stuffed Ricky Willams twice for a goal line stand a couple years ago though. :shock:


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    Re: Look at this guy

    A BIT OF A SLUMP??

    I would call a slump 3 4 or 5 bad games in a row.

    I would call a bit of a slump 2 bad games in a row.

    But 2 entire really bad years????

    That's a bit more.

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    Yeah it really really was shocking he was totally dominant his first couple years, then he had that monster game against the Dolphins when he totally single handedly haunted ricky williams all game. It was a buetiful thing but that was the end of the Hovan era.

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    Re: Look at this guy

    "canadian_vikes_fan" wrote:
    A BIT OF A SLUMP??

    I would call a slump 3 4 or 5 bad games in a row.

    I would call a bit of a slump 2 bad games in a row.

    But 2 entire really bad years????

    That's a bit more.
    Yeah, I agree with that.

    I think there's a chance that his career could get back on track, cuz at one point he was very talented. But I remember Mark Clayton saying last year on ESPN that he was looking great before the season and that he'd dropped weight and added speed and all this other stuff. None of that ended up being true, so I'm not holding my breath.

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