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    Default Re: Bruce Anderson the best RB receiving threat in Bison history?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansel View Post
    Released again with injury settlement

    https://twitter.com/awalkercolts/sta...800609793?s=21
    Seems like he just can’t stay healthy...

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    Default Re: Bruce Anderson the best RB receiving threat in Bison history?

    Quote Originally Posted by HerdistheWord View Post
    Seems like he just canít stay healthy...
    That happens.


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    Default Re: Bruce Anderson the best RB receiving threat in Bison history?

    Crockett all over again. That sucks!!
    Run the damn ball!! PRO FBS

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23Bison View Post
    Crockett all over again. That sucks!!
    Getting to be a RB in the NFL is extremely tough. Being a RB in today's NFL for more than a year or two takes a special type of talent.
    Hail the BISON!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    Getting to be a RB in the NFL is extremely tough. Being a RB in today's NFL for more than a year or two takes a special type of talent.
    Exactly. One has to be very athletically elite and have great endurance/athletic ability and strength, both mentally and physically. Rare breed of people that can do it.

    Good observation on your part, but Iím sure youíve seen what I mean given what you do and have experienced.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS4127 View Post
    Exactly. One has to be very athletically elite and have great endurance/athletic ability and strength, both mentally and physically. Rare breed of people that can do it.

    Good observation on your part, but I’m sure you’ve seen what I mean given what you do and have experienced.


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    No personal experience in regards to football (was too small growing up to play). The closest thing I can come to was training with those who had the ability to win World/Olympic Medals. The level of athleticism, determination and mental toughness to get to that level is much higher than what I had, and no, I wasn't a slouch in any of those departments either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    No personal experience in regards to football (was too small growing up to play). The closest thing I can come to was training with those who had the ability to win World/Olympic Medals. The level of athleticism, determination and mental toughness to get to that level is much higher than what I had, and no, I wasn't a slouch in any of those departments either.
    Thatís what Iím getting at. Not sure people understand how much it takes and requires to be at the level we are talking about. Look at Emanuel for example. Great player, did his thing in NFL, but realized Father Time was catching up. And then consider RBs or other players who are in NFL ďforeverĒ. The beating they take and endure is crazy, and something none of us here could take or nor understand. Professional/Olympic sports are incredibly/physically taxing. For those who have an historical career at them is amazing. But reduces life-expectancies by years, so to each their own and whether itís worth it to them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    Getting to be a RB in the NFL is extremely tough. Being a RB in today's NFL for more than a year or two takes a special type of talent.
    Boy isn’t that the truth. Even playing RB and getting through college is quite an accomplishment. I didn’t play any big college ball by any means and my shoulders are shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hansel View Post
    Released again with injury settlement

    https://twitter.com/awalkercolts/sta...800609793?s=21
    The Colts only had 2 heathy running backs at the end of last week's game so I was hoping he'd get a chance.

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    I have Olympic level skills in getting from my recliner to the beer drawer in my fridge. I once stepped on my kid's Lego on the way, kicked out my foot in pain, but unfortunately kicked the corner of the oven and bent back my big toenail on my left foot. (That's my good foot, mind you.)

    Recovery was a bitch.
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