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    Ah yes . . . a man that's following his boy into the NFL!

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    "tad/er" wrote:
    im not dissing the state of texas, just the teams.
    i know most of our players come from texas, its that way for all of the BIG12 south division.
    and RUFUS, his intensity is one thing that sets him apart.
    he lacks certain things that most good NFL linebackers have, but dont count him out.
    he is a sure tackler and a has natural play making abilities.
    hopefully during the summer workouts he gains some speed and size and adapts to the style of defense that minnesota runs, hopefully-and i think he will, Rufus turns out to be a solid linebacker for the vikings!
    Size and lack of speed never stopped Zach Thomas (a Texas Tech boy) from being the leading tackler in the NFL last season...and near or at the top in several other seasons.
    HEART is what makes a stud LB...unless you are a physical freak like Urlacher (then you can be good with NO heart...heh heh heh).
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    Re: OKLAHOMA

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "tad/er" wrote:
    im not dissing the state of texas, just the teams.
    i know most of our players come from texas, its that way for all of the BIG12 south division.
    and RUFUS, his intensity is one thing that sets him apart.
    he lacks certain things that most good NFL linebackers have, but dont count him out.
    he is a sure tackler and a has natural play making abilities.
    hopefully during the summer workouts he gains some speed and size and adapts to the style of defense that minnesota runs, hopefully-and i think he will, Rufus turns out to be a solid linebacker for the vikings!
    Size and lack of speed never stopped Zach Thomas (a Texas Tech boy) from being the leading tackler in the NFL last season...and near or at the top in several other seasons.
    HEART is what makes a stud LB...unless you are a physical freak like Urlacher (then you can be good with NO heart...heh heh heh).
    Zach Thomas actually played MLB before playing it in the pros.
    As did EJ Henderson.

    And as Rufus did not.

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    "V" wrote:
    Sounds like a bandwagoner to me.
    Being from OK, is synonymous with a wagon.
    They have a lot of practice riding wagons, give the guy a break.

    The official mascot of the University of Oklahoma is the Sooner Schooner, a covered wagon drawn by two horses named Sooner and Boomer, and the school fight song is "Boomer Sooner."
    Jump on the wagon, and don't jump off.

    LOL

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    Re: OKLAHOMA

    "tad/er" wrote:
    im not dissing the state of texas, just the teams.
    i know most of our players come from texas, its that way for all of the BIG12 south division.
    and RUFUS, his intensity is one thing that sets him apart.
    he lacks certain things that most good NFL linebackers have, but dont count him out.
    he is a sure tackler and a has natural play making abilities.
    hopefully during the summer workouts he gains some speed and size and adapts to the style of defense that minnesota runs, hopefully-and i think he will, Rufus turns out to be a solid linebacker for the vikings!
    From what I understand he is a special teams warrior and I am hoping that he can make an impact on special teams to start with.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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