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Interview O'Shea

Interview O'Shea

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Just got word that our own Bobby O'Shea's interview on the Packers is up at Doc Sports.

 

 

 

 

Here is a little excerpt:

 

"The difference between ‘07 and ‘08 were injuries and losses in close games. Nick Barnett, Cullen Jenkins, James Jones, Mark Tauscher, Scott Wells, Atari Bigby, and Al Harris all missed significant time. This led to a lack of depth and generally wearing out late in games. We lost an unbelievable seven games by four or less points, including one (at Minnesota) due to a missed last second field goal. The offensive line needs more depth at tackle to replace Tauscher, but I’m confident in Spitz, College, and Wells in the middle. On the defensive side of the ball, we have overhauled our scheme by switching to a 3-4 . If Ryan “Big Grease” Pickett can hold the NT down, our talented linebackers should rock the house. Look for Jenkins and a combination of Johnny Jolly and Justin Harrell (or a player early in the draft) to man the DE positions and keep our ‘backers clean."

 

You can check out the entire interview by clicking here.

 

(Stay Tuned)

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I wish my nick name was "Big Grease"

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