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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    "singersp" wrote:
    He's not sucking air. He's sucking the life out of our opponents.
    This might be Singer's best...post....EVER.

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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    "Turboe" wrote:
    I am not trying to be funny with this title, I just was wondering something.

    I am doing a little office day today, since nobody wants to see a salesman on the day before Christmas.
    So I am watching the Bears game again on TiVo, and something struck me.
    I notice it almost every week, so I thought I would ask the question...

    Am I the only one that gets concerned sometimes when I see Phat Pat standing there sucking some major wind after a play.
    There are times when the strained look on his face as he tries to gulp down air that I get concerned that I am about to watch a heartattack right before my eyes.
    I swear just about everyweek I see him like that at some point.
    And while I appreciate a guy giving every ounce of efffort as he does, I just wondered if I am the only guy that gets concerned sometimes watching that scene playout.

    Anyone else?
    The guy is 500 pounds.... Ofcourse he is sucking wind.
    He is a big guy and needs a lot of air.


    Don't worry about Pat, he gets the job done.

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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    Anyone who has played football, especially a line position knows just how hard it really is.

    Pushing around 300+ pound men every play, especially a guy like Pat who always faces double teams.

    It's an extremely physical game, and he manages to get through it. He plays well in the 4th quarter and that's what proves to me that he is well conditioned.

    The man might just have a naturally high set point, genetically he could be prone to carry a lot of fat. If he doesn't lose that gut from playing NFL football 8-10 months per year(depending on his offseason schedule), there's nothing to worry about.

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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    "Mr" wrote:
    Anyone who has played football, especially a line position knows just how hard it really is.

    Pushing around 300+ pound men every play, especially a guy like Pat who always faces double teams.

    It's an extremely physical game, and he manages to get through it. He plays well in the 4th quarter and that's what proves to me that he is well conditioned.

    The man might just have a naturally high set point, genetically he could be prone to carry a lot of fat. If he doesn't lose that gut from playing NFL football 8-10 months per year(depending on his offseason schedule), there's nothing to worry about.
    u can see it on the stretch he does to catch the football for the int, that is a fumble, that should be an int.

    that gut he has.. i bet if u tried to punched it wouldn't budge. he's just a big man carrying a lot of mass. 1 key reason why even dbl teamed Olinemen find it hard to move him. i bet he hits like a horse as well..

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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    "singersp" wrote:
    He's not sucking air. He's sucking the life out of our opponents.
    And pizza, brats and beer out of the stands...
    ;D
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Re: Pat Williams conditioning

    he is fast enough to play corner.
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