Oliver was a safty, he wasn't suppost to cover people, he stayed in a zone. Yes, he was a big hitter that was his job. if you went over the middle into his zone it was lights out, that is what he was there for.unifiedtheory said:I liked Troy Stradford...he was a poor man's Warrick Dunn.
If we are tralking value in the draft (whish is a topic that seems to have come up in this thread) the only answer is Mark Clayton, 8th round, 223rd player taken and is (arguebly) the best reciever in the history of the franchise.
I saw another poster say "Jackie Shipp"...:. How can a guy, who was a complete scrub and was taken 14th overall be on any list accept the "All-time don Shula draft busts" list?
B.T.W....a memo to the Louis Oliver fans on this board (there are many and I will ruffle some feathers with this comment)...the guy was a STIFF. He was a big hitter but he could'nt cover anybody.
And me--Troy stradford would be another.overseas said:i liked chuck bullough(lb) back in 94, he reminds me as a pre-version of zach. the guy got hurt and disappeared...
Noodle Arm said:Larry Ball (simply because he was my high school guidance counselor...cool guy )
Me too. Although I preceded you by nearly two decades.
I've still got plenty of purple and white in me. Hey, we finally beat Gables! Never thought that would happen, at least not in my lifetime.