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 Gil Brandt's All-Under 25 Team Offense 
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WR Andre Johnson Houston July 11, 1981
WR Michael Clayton Tampa Bay Oct. 13, 1982
WR Larry Fitzgerald Arizona Aug. 31, 1983
TE Antonio Gates San Diego June 18, 1980
OT Jordan Gross Carolina July 20, 1980
OT Kevin Shaffer Atlanta March 2, 1980
OG Travelle Wharton Carolina May 19, 1981
OG Montrae Holland New Orleans May 21, 1980
C Nick Hardwick San Diego Sept. 2, 1981
QB Michael Vick Atlanta June 26, 1980
RB Kevin Jones Detroit Aug. 21, 1982
FB B.J. Askew N.Y. Jets Aug. 19, 1980
LS Don Muhlbach Detroit Aug. 17, 1981
KR Terrence McGee Buffalo Oct. 14, 1980
PR Eddie Drummond Detroit April 12, 1980

It looks like the "Nolan Ryan" of long snappers has arrived! :arrow:

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May 24th, 2005, 11:33 pm
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I suspect that list will need significant modification next year, no matter what criteria it invokes now (besides age). On the bright side, it is comforting to think that the Lions have 2 of the top 10 not counting the four guys that could dominate this list: KJ, RW, C-Rog, and BMW.

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May 25th, 2005, 5:31 am
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Yorick wrote:
I suspect that list will need significant modification next year, no matter what criteria it invokes now (besides age). On the bright side, it is comforting to think that the Lions have 2 of the top 10 not counting the four guys that could dominate this list: KJ, RW, C-Rog, and BMW.


I agree. As it is, there seems to be no compelling reason to pick Larry Fitzgerald over Roy Williams; they both had strikingly similar rookie seasons. I'm guessing that ol' Roy was left off because otherwise the Lions would have four of fifteen entries.

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May 26th, 2005, 2:40 am
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how the hell did muhlbach make it? he is not going to make our team is he?


May 26th, 2005, 11:14 pm
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The Legend wrote:
how the hell did muhlbach make it? he is not going to make our team is he?


I was wondering that myself. After Littleton went on the IR, didn't we sign Mulbach? How does a long snapper who was signed after the season started and snuffed one of the most important snaps of his career get put on that list??? I'm sure there's SOMEONE who's under 25 and hasn't F'd up a snap in a game.


May 26th, 2005, 11:17 pm
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I remember after that game, Mooch said that Don was going to be a great player. I guess I didn't realize that coaches notice the longsnapper that much.

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