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Dusty 23 Mar 18
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These are the kinds of things Reggie White took away from film study:
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Dusty 23 Mar 18
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Like yesterday's trash.
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Dusty 23 Mar 18
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Just put this on my tombstone, please and thank you.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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A little something for the "Oh, but that was just a WR he did that to." Ladies and gentlemen, Reggie White vs. Larry Allen.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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From another angle. Seems to give better context around just how far he chucked Allen.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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Reggie White vs. Korey Stringer. Keep in mind that Korey Stringer was 6'4", 250lbs.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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The next three plays show just how hard it was to block Reggie. Taken from the Super Bowl. Lane goes low. Reggie with a perfect hurdle, keeping his momentum & path to the QB and picking up a hit.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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Second play. You know he has speed. Reggie pushes upfield. Lane takes a wide angle. Then Reggie hits him with the hump and sends him to the ground like a sack of flour.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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Total and utter destruction of another human being.
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Dusty 24 Mar 18
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Third play. Reggie pushes upfield and you're thinking about the hump move. So you play that inside shoulder and he just runs right around you. He wasn't fair.
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Dusty 26 Mar 18
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Doug Riesenberg. 6'5", 280 lbs.
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Dusty 26 Mar 18
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Pretty nimble for a big fella.
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Dusty 26 Mar 18
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Dusty 28 Mar 18
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Norbert Davidds-Garrido is a BALLER name. He was 6'6", 315 lbs and White launched him a solid 5 yards.
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Dusty 7 May 18
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White uses his man as nothing more than a prop on his way to picking up an INT.
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Dusty 15 Jun 18
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Dusty 6 Jul 18
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Hump move all day. ALL DAY.
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Dusty 30 Jul 18
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Reggie really just discarded this man with one hand like he was a child.
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Dusty 6 Aug 18
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Hump move undefeated.
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Dusty May 11
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Hey! I found a cleaner version of the original play! In this version, you can actually see Cris Carter dying a little inside. Maybe more than a little. Probably a lot.
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Dusty May 11
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And the slow motion from another angle. You can clearly see Carter looking White in the eyes and saying to himself, "Yeah, I got this," before being launched into the sun.
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