Will Long go to T?

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  1. soulman

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    Me too but I'm confused. Which one am I, back or forth? :confused:
     
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    I assume you used your "divining rod" to search it out? Or are they strictly for water?
     
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    Hell... Now I'm confused. I might have hurt myself....
     
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    Trestman? Thought that was Kromer. Trestman thinks that too?

    I'd kind of like to see him at LT, but hate to lose him at G also...
     
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    Bears' new line: Guards valued over tackles

    "We feel protection starts from the inside out," said offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer, who came to the Bears in the offseason from the Saints, for whom he was the offensive line coach. "With the Saints we really felt we needed to keep the interior part of the defensive line at the line of scrimmage in protection, so we put a big emphasis on our guard position to do that. We feel that same way here."
     
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    Funny you should use that term because I've been told on many occasions that it is "devine". :wavingdick01:

    Psst, we should become a comedy team. :bah::bah:
     
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    Not the "family jewels" I hope. :4_6_218v[1]:
     
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    Hell no. Why? He made the pro bowl as a rookie and went toe to toe with some of the best DTs like soul said. If it aint broke don't fix it.
     
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    I have to say that Kyle Long is my favorite Bears player right now. He plays with nastiness, toughness, grit, is humble, is willing to stand up fro his teammates, and already understands what it truly means to be a Bear. Plus as an added bonus, he is a joy to follow on twitter.

    I think that when Bushrod's pay and performance dictate it, Long will be the LT of the future.

    As a sidenote, I also think that Slauson will be groomed to become the Center as well.
     
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    I agree because most LT's start out at the guard position. The good thing about long is that he can fit in anywhere so it's a 50/50 where he ends up.
     
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