Inactives for the Super Bowl

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    Inactives for the Super Bowl

    Super Bowl XLVI inactives are: Ryan Mallett, Kevin Faulk, Shane Vereen, Gary Guyton, Donald Thomas, Nick McDonald & Ron Brace
     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    Sad for Faulk, was looking forward to him getting some screen plays and his blocking in the backfield to put a final stamp on his great career!
     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    God Faulk has got to be pissed, he makes it all the way back from that injury and you have to watch the Super Bowl? This makes the Underwood thing look like peanuts. I'll tell you what though, as safe a bet as Faulk is to not fumble a kick - his legs are toast and he would of hurt as much as he helped.
     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    In Response to Inactives for the Super Bowl:
    [QUOTE]Super Bowl XLVI inactives are: Ryan Mallett, Kevin Faulk, Shane Vereen, Gary Guyton, Donald Thomas, Nick McDonald & Ron Brace
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    ...and Eli Manning....
     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    I'm sure Faulk wants to play but he's the ultimate team player and has to understand he's not their best option right now.
    He'll be fine, especially when he gets that ring.
    On the other hand, if a certain someone fumbles...........
     
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    I think BJGE will fumble for the first time in his career today, but the Pats will still win.
     
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    Feel so bad for Faulk.  He is dependable but seems to have lost a step and Ridley will be more help provided he don't turn the ball over!  Hopefully we won't miss his blocking.

     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    I'm glad Faulk is inactive, just doesn't have anything left in his body.  His mind...yes, his legs...not so much.  The last time I saw him run the ball I was very dissapointed for him. he looked very slow and stiff.  I hope OCHO will get in the game and give us a vertical game.
     
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    Re: Inactives for the Super Bowl

    Faulk knows whats best for the team... He will still be on the sidelines talking to his RB group.
     

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