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04-18-2011, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Myllz View Post
Not really. His play adapts to his linemates. I don't have an issue with that. Playing with Ennis it's going to be a finesse line, while playing with Grier and McCormick will be more of a forechecking line. He didn't say anything about how he doesn't like going into corners or isn't used to it.
If Ruff tells him - or any other player - that they need to "go to the inside more", do they really need to be prodded with a physical change of linemates to spark that instead of just accepting their own initiative to play that way on their own?

I don't know but it just sounds like another player being more of a reactionary follower a la Connolly and some others than being a proactive leader IMO.

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