Lavalais playing a lot tonight

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  1. philter

    philter Freshman

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    Did he work his way into the starting lineup throughout the year? I didn't keep up with Atlanta that much, but I thought he came off the bench for situational plays?

    Also McClure and Faulk playing in this game.
     
  2. PGTiger

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    Lavalais just made a heck of a shoe string tackle to stop Marc Bulger short of the first down.

    Way to Geaux Lavalais!
     
  3. cajdav1

    cajdav1 Soldiers are real hero's

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    Chad doesn't start but he alwys the first DL off the bench and play a lot, even in crunch time. Coleman had a monster season so there is no way he can beat him out but he does have a good chance to beat out the other tackle I think.
     
  4. Houma Tiger

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    Remember when the Saints took a DT from Hawaii ahead of Lavalais?
     
  5. Chip82

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    Coleman wasn't quite awake and not totally sober when he had his little accident.

    Turned out that he hit a 12 point Buc that hobbled into the woods and was found later on.

    Lavalais will definately see some more playing time in Phillie.
    But the Falcons will be about a 10 point underdog unless they can come up with a better pass rush than Minnesota had today.

    Without T.O., Philadelphia can be beat with a few breaks.
     
  6. cajdav1

    cajdav1 Soldiers are real hero's

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    I wathc em since I live here but not really a fan of any NFL team other than the Saints, who I used to be a big fan of but now follow a little. But deep down I always root for the Saints.
     

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