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luckyintheorder
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Watch this highlight video and tell me how Limu-Jones isn't starting every week... I know he is laid back. Never drops a ball, creates space, exciting, big and fast.

Suggested nickname: Touchdown Talolo

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he had dropped some big time balls in earlier games. Now looks like he's getting a touch and some confidence...this will bode well especially if Dorton is down (which totally sucks).
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Wonderful clips! This is the gold we've been expecting all season, positive fallback blocking giving Barriere time and space to operate, effective downfield blocking for receivers, defense sparking and taking charge. That's Eag football.
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luckyintheorder wrote:
Sun Oct 13, 2019 10:43 am
Watch this highlight video and tell me how Limu-Jones isn't starting every week... I know he is laid back. Never drops a ball, creates space, exciting, big and fast.

Suggested nickname: Touchdown Talolo

He has the most upside (physical ability) of all of our receivers save maybe A . Boston. I’ve been saying for a couple of years that they need to unleash him, but it always seems like he has some untimely drop or dumb penalty in game situations.

I think we will see him more and that he’s got him best games ahead of him.
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Obzerver wrote:
Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:00 pm
he had dropped some big time balls in earlier games. Now looks like he's getting a touch and some confidence...this will bode well especially if Dorton is down (which totally sucks).
Edwards is the only WR I've seen drop "big time" balls, followed by Williams. Both have cleaned it up a bit.

I've been a Talolo "fanboy" for a couple of seasons; hope his time has come because he can be a game changer ala Brandon Kaufman IMO. Can't doubt he's a team player, been on special teams the past two seasons. Not for the faint hearted. Plus Ranger says so :thumb: So shall he write it, so shall it be done.

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luckyintheorder wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:25 am
Obzerver wrote:
Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:00 pm
he had dropped some big time balls in earlier games. Now looks like he's getting a touch and some confidence...this will bode well especially if Dorton is down (which totally sucks).
Edwards is the only WR I've seen drop "big time" balls, followed by Williams. Both have cleaned it up a bit.

I've been a Talolo "fanboy" for a couple of seasons; hope his time has come because he can be a game changer ala Brandon Kaufman IMO. Can't doubt he's a team player, been on special teams the past two seasons. Not for the faint hearted. Plus Ranger says so :thumb: So shall he write it, so shall it be done.

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