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    Jared stepped up last year in the final game of the regular season and some people say that he is a young Ronnie Lott? Is Page the real deal or just having a good run?

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    They brought him in because he was always around the ball. Anyone remember the Oakland game in KC? how many ints did he have for the year...4? He'll bring a bit of respectability to the dbf IMO


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    I do agree, I am just wondering if it's a good comparison. I like Jared, I think we will a safety to fear and has QB's thinking about going his way.

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    Page combines with Pollard to make a great-looking pair of young safeties. Every time Pollard gets in the game, the ball tends to wind-up on the field. He blocked four punts/kicks last year. One didn't end up on his stats, because of a penalty that called the play back. That has to be the brightest spot on our team, for this coming season.

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    Pollard is another person to watch. Remember that behind the back jumping block last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Page combines with Pollard to make a great-looking pair of young safeties. Every time Pollard gets in the game, the ball tends to wind-up on the field. He blocked four punts/kicks last year. One didn't end up on his stats, because of a penalty that called the play back. That has to be the brightest spot on our team, for this coming season.
    Agreed; those two are going to strike fear in the heart of opposing teams passing game, not to mention they are soooo fun to watch. :)

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    Pollard is another person to watch. Remember that behind the back jumping block last year?
    That was awesome!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    Agreed; those two are going to strike fear in the heart of opposing teams passing game, not to mention they are soooo fun to watch. :)



    That was awesome!!!!
    I am excited about watching the back field light up some people this year. I want to see some hitting. It's been too long since I have said, "Ooooooohhhhhh, that's looks like it hurt!"
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    pollard wiil wreck wideouts.he`ll make rookie mistakes,i`ll give them both another year to gel. Page hopefully has learned to tackle better. but they willbe a pair to game plan around.
    i can remember what a chief super bowl team looks like! ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sling58 View Post
    I am excited about watching the back field light up some people this year. I want to see some hitting. It's been too long since I have said, "Ooooooohhhhhh, that's looks like it hurt!"
    I wanna say "FUMBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!" when one or the other dislodges the ball.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfpack View Post
    pollard wiil wreck wideouts.he`ll make rookie mistakes,i`ll give them both another year to gel. Page hopefully has learned to tackle better. but they willbe a pair to game plan around.

    Definitely!


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