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#30 : May 19, 2013, 06:46:54 PM

   In TODAY's NFL, I'd pick Demps...
demps not a current NFL player at this point

He's on the Bucs' roster, 'tho...
Well if that's all it takes then I'll say Justin Gaitlin.. Didn't we have him on the roster some time ago?

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#31 : May 19, 2013, 06:49:01 PM

   In TODAY's NFL, I'd pick Demps...
demps not a current NFL player at this point

He's on the Bucs' roster, 'tho...
Well if that's all it takes then I'll say Justin Gaitlin.. Didn't we have him on the roster some time ago?

Yeah, but not today.

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#32 : May 19, 2013, 07:10:13 PM

The all-time speedster would have to be Prime time.

Dante hall or Hester have to considered the quickest twitch though, IMO.

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#33 : May 19, 2013, 07:20:29 PM

Rumors had Bob Hayes run a 5.28 60 yard dash.  He also had an ungodly fast split time in a 4x100m relay of 8.6 for his leg.  Too bad technology wasn't there to get an accurate time.

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#34 : May 19, 2013, 07:24:12 PM

For his size, Bo was most impressive!!

Deion, Green, Moss have to be mentioned up there as well.

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 I thought Lovie said he wanted quickness & speed, even at the QB position?

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#35 : May 19, 2013, 07:25:36 PM

Part-time Buccaneer Jeff Demps !

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#36 : May 19, 2013, 08:21:54 PM

Part-time Buccaneer Jeff Demps !



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#37 : May 19, 2013, 09:00:50 PM

   In TODAY's NFL, I'd pick Demps...
demps not a current NFL player at this point

http://www.nfl.com/player/jeffdemps/2532831/careerstats

He has zero stats.   To even mention him at this point is ridiculous.

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#38 : May 19, 2013, 09:38:21 PM

For his size, Bo was most impressive!!

Deion, Green, Moss have to be mentioned up there as well.




And oddly enough, that size is what ended his career.


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#39 : May 19, 2013, 10:26:53 PM

Part-time Buccaneer Jeff Demps !



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Oh , you want pads  ?


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#40 : May 19, 2013, 11:02:24 PM

For his size, Bo was most impressive!!

Deion, Green, Moss have to be mentioned up there as well.

And oddly enough, that size is what ended his career.

I'm not getting the correlation

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#41 : May 19, 2013, 11:23:31 PM

Rumors had Bob Hayes run a 5.28 60 yard dash.  He also had an ungodly fast split time in a 4x100m relay of 8.6 for his leg.  Too bad technology wasn't there to get an accurate time.

10.06 on a chewed up cinder track in Tokyo 1964. At a minimum and with no allowance for training and other advantages today, that was worth a 9.90 on today's tracks. This was nearly 50 years ago. There's no one in the NFL currently or historically who could or could have run 9.90.

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#42 : May 19, 2013, 11:35:50 PM

Rumors had Bob Hayes run a 5.28 60 yard dash.  He also had an ungodly fast split time in a 4x100m relay of 8.6 for his leg.  Too bad technology wasn't there to get an accurate time.

10.06 on a chewed up cinder track in Tokyo 1964. At a minimum and with no allowance for training and other advantages today, that was worth a 9.90 on today's tracks. This was nearly 50 years ago. There's no one in the NFL currently or historically who could or could have run 9.90.
And Usain Bolt ran a 9.58... I know he's strictly a track guy but that's insane.

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#43 : May 20, 2013, 01:33:58 AM

For his size, Bo was most impressive!!

Deion, Green, Moss have to be mentioned up there as well.

And oddly enough, that size is what ended his career.

I'm not getting the correlation





On that latest 30 for 30 documentary, the one where Bo rips Culverhouse pretty bad.  They explain how the hip got messed up.  It really was a routine tackle. the guy had a hold of one leg.  And Bo was so strong and with all that weight going forward, he tore the hell out of that hip joint.  If he was a smaller guy, it would of been a routine tackle, with the player going down right away.


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#44 : May 20, 2013, 07:24:50 AM

Rumors had Bob Hayes run a 5.28 60 yard dash.  He also had an ungodly fast split time in a 4x100m relay of 8.6 for his leg.  Too bad technology wasn't there to get an accurate time.

10.06 on a chewed up cinder track in Tokyo 1964. At a minimum and with no allowance for training and other advantages today, that was worth a 9.90 on today's tracks. This was nearly 50 years ago. There's no one in the NFL currently or historically who could or could have run 9.90.
And Usain Bolt ran a 9.58... I know he's strictly a track guy but that's insane.


It is insane.

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