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Clabo's 4th quarter collapse = conditioning issue?

normaldude

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When Clabo came to Miami, I thought he looked a little soft. He looked more like a neighborhood plumber, than an elite athlete..

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For comparison, Jake Long in his prime looked like an elite athlete..

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Anyone know if conditioning has been an issue with Tyson Clabo?
 

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It really does not even matter "why" at this point. Get a solution already.
 

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Hey screw you man......**** I do plumbing, heating and AC and I'm in much better shape than that waste of life.
 

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It really does not even matter "why" at this point. Get a solution already.

Maybe it's something we can all learn from.. like avoiding old, flabby OTs that other teams got rid of.

For example, Marc Colombo in his prime looked like an athlete..

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But by the time we got him, he looked a bit softer..

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Guys out there at practice are sucking wind. In fact, a lot of the older guys don't even take reps because they're "hurt" or gassed or really hurt. That's what a player told me.
 
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