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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
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    Put the Sauce at H-Back, and let him clear a path to the End-Zone. Ala Randall Mcdaniel... Bring the Pain Jim.
    He is a beast.
    He could make some pretty big holes for our backs out of the H-back position.
    Personally I don't really see a spot for Kleinsasser, unless we run a 2-TE set, which is less likely to happen with Tony Richardson.
    That dinosaur is going to be 36 this year, his days are numbered.

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

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    Just put him in at TE on running plays. He is pretty much another offensive lineman. He is also a great special teamer.
    While I am all for ramming the ball down the opposition's throats, that would be extremely predictable.
    Who cares... They still have to stop it.

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    Put the Sauce at H-Back, and let him clear a path to the End-Zone. Ala Randall Mcdaniel... Bring the Pain Jim.
    He came to bring the pain, hardcore from the brain. Lets go inside my astro-plane.
    Find out his mental based on instrumental, records hey!
    Why not play with one WR and have Jimmy K in the backfield with Tony R and any of our RBs? Stop that shit BITCHES!!!!!
    Thanks for the sig Pack93z


    I love when you take breaks from plucking your unibrow and grunting/slapping to makes posts in this forum

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    Am I the only one that noticed last year that Sasser was falling down without anybody tackling him?
    That it looked like he couldn't chew gum and walk at the same time.


    And the year before that he looked like Troy Williamson when it came to catching the ball.


    At least he took a pay cut because no way is the guy worth 3 mill a year, that kind of money would be better spent elsewhere.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    Anybody that is a career Viking deserved to be loved! Seriously, the guy is a beast!

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    Think of the goal line packages though. The Sauce, T Richardson, the left side of our line... puh-lease.
    If AD can't punch it with those guys in there, we should move to the CFL.

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    LOL that was a good one seanie LOL

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    he should be just happy to be playing anywhere.
    if he wasn't here he'd be on the bench backing up the TE and FB...now wait--that's what he is doing here...nevermind.

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    True, Jimmy never could avoid a tackle, and he's not fast running down the seam...but dag man he's good for one pancake block a series, rarely if ever misses a block, and often takes it to the next guy at the next level!!

    And, as for Tony, didn't anyone else notice how much we missed him last year?
    Sure, Dugan did all right, but Tony is THE vet of our offense.
    He got hurt in Seattle, the last game of any importance that we won, and missed the rest of the season.
    I'm saying we not only missed his blocking/catching skills, but his demeanor and sideline leadership even more!!

    And, hey good point on the goal line package ;D
    Control the line, control the time, and give your D a chance to shine!!

    "Balance it on end and thats the third side of the coin!!" -wookiefoot

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    Re: Jim Kleinsasser - ‘Just happy to be here’

    Jimmy is one of my favorite Vikes...one thing I love is when we throw to him on the goalline..teamsdont expect that Jimmy can catch...but damn he can lol

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