Robert Gallery

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  1. joepublic

    joepublic Member

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    Is there a bigger NFL draft bust in recent memory than Gallery? He's an epic bust, Mandarichian in scale. I like to watch the Raiders just to see him get beat on every play.
     
  2. thunderdave

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    Another Raider - Todd Marinovich.
     
  3. joepublic

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    Ryan Leaf.
     
  4. ColoradoClone

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    Ding Ding Ding. Winner.
     
  5. Cydar

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    Ryan Leaf - #2 Overall Pick 1998 San Diego

    Oops Someone beat me to it.
    He was bad enough to mention him at least twice
     
  6. frontrangeclone

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    I'm a bit torn about Gallery.... being a fellow Tri-Rivers Conference alum, it was cool to see a kid from a neighboring team go big time, but then again he was a hawkeye and plays for the raiders. His brother Nick was a helluva an athlete as well. Not sure what is in the water in eastern Buchanan County.
     
  7. ISUFan22

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    Yeah, I was going to post that but ya already had it nailed.

    I think/hope a change of scenery would help Gallery.
     
  8. BryceC

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    I think a good Coach would help Gallery too, and him getting changed from right to left tackle over and over can't help the technique. I think he's gotten jacked around so much it'd be hard to get settled.

    I'd actually like the Chiefs to pick him up, I think he definitly has talent and they have a huge need at Tackle.
     
  9. wonkadog

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    Whatever is in the water turns you into a huge trailor-park trash scurveball apparently.
     
  10. A-town Cy

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    I read somewhere that Ryan Leaf is now a golf coach for some small college down in Texas
     
  11. ISUAlum2002

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    I thought I had read that he got a QB coach job at a smaller Texas school.
     
  12. mkcrawford

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    Wonkadog, what makes you say that??
     
  13. flander1649

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    The college couldn't pay him to be the QB coach so they gave him the golf coaching job so they could pay him and keep him as a QB coach too.
     
  14. wonkadog

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    Uh, probably his disgusting hair and general dirty appearance that would make Pigpen envious. I'm assuming you have some personal connection to him and I'm sure he's a "great" guy but you have to remember that I can't say something good about Hawk players because I have an inferiority complex.
     
  15. tube1

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    You can't be a fan of his since you didn't graduate from UI.
     
  16. bferin

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    I may think of Mandarich as the number 1 bust.....he was drafted ahead of Barry Sanders, Derrick Thomas, and Primetime Sanders. I put him as the number one bust for the same reason that Sam Bowie was number 1 bust in the NBA: drafted ahead of one Mike Jordan.
     
  17. tigershoops31

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    Yeah good point with Bowie. I bet Olowakandi is happy that there were only a couple guys in his draft that turned out really well or he'd be bball's worst NBA bust. I guess I don't follow the NBA anymore so maybe he's gotten a little better, but I know for a couple years he was terrible. Hey speaking of Prime Time, remember when that idiot tigershoops31 started that ridiculous thread about him being our new D-backs coach?! That moron got shredded for that one! :eek4wd:
     
  18. wonkadog

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    Yeah, what an idiot. I hear he's now running the winter season frozen ice stand in Garden City by the co-op. Business is not exactly booming...
     
  19. mkcrawford

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    Thanks for clearing that up.
     
  20. Wesley

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    I nominate Eric HesAMan Crouch, a bigger bust than higest rated running back of all time, Lawrence Can't mess Up Phillips.
     

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