Toby Gerhart

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  1. FootballDad

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    In case some folks here don't mind giving their hard-earned money to the Negrophile Football League Vikings, and want to support a player worthy of support, here are the official Toby Gerhart Vikings jerseys:
    Homeand Away
     
  2. WHITE NOISE

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    Wow, that's a lot of cash! Think I will wait until his number is certain.
     
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    Got mine!
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    I'll make my own. Just buy a generic football shirt and iron stencils on it. The effect is the same and you don't have to give a dime to the NFL.
     
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    32 = great tailback number.
     
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    $200+ for a dadgum regular, un-signed jersey??!! [​IMG] What a racket they have going!
     
  7. whiteathlete33

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    That's extremely expensive for a jersey. I have a Favre, Shockey, and Chrebet jersey and I paid around 60 bucks for each.
     
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    authentic jerseys are always over 200 bucks, i paid something like 232 for my Alstott jersey, and that was a good few years ago! replicas are pretty cheap.
     
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    I stick with replicas.
     
  10. ToughJ.Riggins

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    The NFL doesn't make any replica jerseys, do they? I hope Tebow and Gerhart break records in jersey sales. Maybe the NFL will finally wake up that many folks are sick and tired of the coal black domination!
     
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    NFL jersey are authentic jerseys that players actually wear. I think the cheapest I have ever seen one is about 100 dollars when a player gets traded or becomes a Jamarcus. As for replicas many are illegal knock offs that have been mass manufactured by organized crime groups. In Toronto the police have done raids on many sports wear stores selling the cheaper knock offs. Edited by: white is right
     
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    No, they have cheaper version of jerseys, so called replicas, numbers and names are pressed on, mot sawn on, and the material is just normal mesh not the actual real resistent stuff. These ones can cost about 50-80 bucks and they are officially endorsed by NFL and made by reebok.
     
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    Yes I remember tv stations doing a comparison of knock offs and the replicas. The difference boiled down to the decal on the tags. The authentic ones had a similar shine to them that Upper deck baseball cards had. I don't recall the pro style jerseys having much of a counterfeit problem due to the manufacturing costs to them. Edited by: white is right
     
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    Toby during the rookie camp.
     
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    Wow, I've never seen Toby wearing gloves.
     
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    Wearing gloves appears to be standard in today's NFL.
     
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    Here is Walterfootball's take of Toby Gerhart.

    "Minnesota Vikings: We'll see if the offensive line can continue
    to produce at the same level that it has in the last couple of seasons. I
    think the Toby Gerhart pick in the second round was a waste because he
    is basically a poor man's Adrian Peterson, and the Vikings don't need
    another big, powerful running back with fumbling issues. Minnesota and
    Green Bay are obviously the two big dogs in the NFC North barring a
    complete surprise from Chicago or Detroit.
     
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    Yes Walter football are experts at what exactly. Screw them and their opinions the Vikings traded up to take Gerhart, and they think highly of him. We need to stop playing the pity whitey game. The walter football is a trash web site, and their opinion is about as useful as toilet paper to a bear that has to take a dump.
     
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    Yes I agree. Their opinions are mostly worthless though I do find some good information on players on that site.
     
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    haha, did Toby ever even fumble? i couldn't find ANY record of that happening, and he had, what, 700 carries in college?
     
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    Well at least they compared Toby to a "poor man's Adrian Peterson". I'm surprised such a DRUNK WHITE ANALYST site would even allow such a backhanded compliment.
     
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    And BTW, if I were going to pick players to compare Gerhart to I'd say: Marion Barber, Corey Dillon, a taller Michael Turner, Brandon Jacobs with a little more swivel and burst, slightly faster Peyton Hillis with slightly more swivel, a faster Shonn Greene (with similar X-Z agility, quickness, burst, power and instincts/a little more X-Y agility), a slightly slower Steven Jackson. These are all very good players!

    I don't really see the "poor man's" Adrian Peterson comparison except that both of them run a little high upon getting the hand-off behind the line of scrimmage. Gerhart is more of a cutback X-Y Powerback with good swivel FOR HIS SIZE AND STYLE, where Peterson is a blend of a large scatback and powerback. Peterson is clearly faster, he's a little quicker than Gerhart, has a bit more swivel and therefore is better at making something out of nothing, but isn't quite as powerful and isn't as instinctive as to basically never lose yards or fumble.

    Gerhart is an absolute first down machine!
     
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    plus, if anyone it's Peterson, good as he may otherwise be who has a clear fumbling issue!
     
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    "gAydriANN Peterscum" is the one with the butter fingers! The caste queens at "Waldork" football can take their half-cent opinions & stick up their @$$!
     
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    The site seems to be run by a DWF by the name of Walter Cherpinsky.
     
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