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Thread: Webnews: Shoulder healed, Eric Fisher gets back to left tackle

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    By Mike Florio
    When the Chiefs made Eric Fisher the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft, they didn’t intend for Fisher to be the team’s long-term right tackle. Now that Branden Albert has exited via free agency, Fisher can flip back to his natural position. “It’s like riding a bike,” Fisher told reporters on Tuesday regarding…
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    The article says he's at 315 lbs & that's 20 lbs. heavier than last year. Crossing fingers that Fisher has a banner year in 2014.

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    I asked for clarification on where those stats came from. It's from the game charting that FootballOutsiders does.
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    ^^Uh, I highly question the validty of that, having watched the games multiple times. It sounds a little bit skewed to me. What this guy may classify as a "blown block" may have not really been the case.

    Plus, to make that statement, that means this guy would have had to have watched every snap by every O-Lineman in the the NFL, which is highly doubtful.

    And don't bother with any PFF references, as they're about as credible as a turd floating around in a public swimming pool, when it comes to O-Lineman.

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    Fisher's the least of our worries. My concern is more with our secondary and WR's.

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