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    Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    Brad Johnson is a solid NFL Quarterback.

    We know Brad's age, and limitations.

    How is Shaun Hill developing at the close of his 3rd year here?

    Is he able to be a capable #2, or worth keeping as our #3?

    WHY not play Shaun Hill a LOT this Sunday?

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    Because we want to win.

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    Probably because we want to see what Troy can do with in a #1 or #2 WR role. Shaun Hill will get eaten alive by the Bears defense. Brad will play safe but chances of getting Troy some good passes is higher. I think Troy'sthis sunday might decide the fate of Burleson this off season. He is the only WR not on contract next year. We will sign K-Rob to a long term deal for sure.
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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Because we want to win.
    LOL, telling it like it is!! :lol:

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Because we want to win.
    Because Mike Tice wants to win. He needs it for job security. :roll: I can't think of one player that wants to risk an injury on this game. Can you?

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    If thats the case,hell let me have a shot at it.LOL.
    If winning isn,t everything,why keep score?

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    "RK." wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Because we want to win.
    Because Mike Tice wants to win. He needs it for job security. :roll: I can't think of one player that wants to risk an injury on this game. Can you?
    Yeah, too bad it's their job! They signed up for 16 games, not 15 and maybe one extra if it means something.

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    "RK." wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Because we want to win.
    Because Mike Tice wants to win. He needs it for job security. :roll: I can't think of one player that wants to risk an injury on this game. Can you?
    Well I don't know any of the players but if I had to guess I would say a good portion of them want to play. I'm also guessing a good portion of them would like to beat the shit out of the Bears in the process.


    Any person who is competitive would much rather lose in a hard fought game then hand an opponent a win. While I think some players are all about the money about the glory, I have to hope the majority of them love football.

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    It would be the ones who come cheap that probably enjoy the sport more then then those who are.. all about the benjamins.

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    Re: Why NOT start Shaun Hill?

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    "RK." wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    Because we want to win.
    Because Mike Tice wants to win. He needs it for job security. :roll: I can't think of one player that wants to risk an injury on this game. Can you?
    Well I don't know any of the players but if I had to guess I would say a good portion of them want to play. I'm also guessing a good portion of them would like to beat the pooh out of the Bears in the process.


    Any person who is competitive would much rather lose in a hard fought game then hand an opponent a win. While I think some players are all about the money about the glory, I have to hope the majority of them love football.
    Oh I think they are all pro's and will go out and play and try to have some fun and maybe win. But I don't see anyone taking chances in order to get a couple extra yards or going up in the air to make a catch over the middle knowing that he is going to get hammered by a DB. Nor should they IMO. Why risk a career ending injury in a meaningless game? I just think they will be more conservative in their play is all. I think this goes for the Bears as well.

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