Will We See a Jennings Effect?

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WoodsmanVol

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When healthy during games you could see him arrive, never late.
He stood six foot three and weighed two hundred eight
He had a well-built torso and was sort of narrow at the hip
Now, sure opposing players could give him trashing talking lip
But it would But it's cost them later as the game went on

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

He didn’t bark, nonetheless, they called him ‘Dog.’ I’ll tell you why later.
He liked scoring but liked knocking players on their asses better.
He liked bulldozing, ground-pounding, and pile driving foes.
For the sake of seeing blood spurting from their nose.

Somebody said he came here from Murfreesboro.
Got in a fight with a man over a rabbit meat burrito.
He hit the fellow hard with his stone-like hand.
The guy didn’t die but still lives believing he’s Peter Pan

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

Then came the day his beaten-up team lost all hope.
He told his guys, “Stand up. These menstrual muppets are a joke.
Exhausted teammates panted thought the game was as good as done.
And everybody thought time was against them, except Juan.

Down the sidelines running like a bat out of hell. Six points.
Over the middle catch, bulling 60 yards more, his team knew this version well. Six points again.
Grabbed a deflected pass, got hit hard, gave out a pained groan
Without any blocking but lots of opponent knocking, he struggled home. Six points more.

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

Now I know these words are long and lame.
But it’s how Juan will help his team win games.

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan
 
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Remy

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The Dobbnail Boot play is my all time favorite JJ play by far. However my 2nd all time favorite JJ play is when he takes out UGA's noted 300 lb DL Trent Richardson on a blind side block. It's a thing of beauty and should be studied by all Vols for all time IMO.
 
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When healthy during games you could see him arrive, never late.
He stood six foot three and weighed two hundred eight
He had a well-built torso and was sort of narrow at the hip
Now, sure opposing players could give him trashing talking lip But it would But it's cost them later as the game went on

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

He didn’t bark, nonetheless, they called him ‘Dog.’ I’ll tell you why later.
He liked scoring but liked knocking players on their asses better.
He liked bulldozing, ground-pounding, and pile driving foes.
For the sake of seeing blood spurting from their nose.

Somebody said he came here from Murfreesboro. Where he got into Got in a fight with a man over a rabbit meat burrito.
He hit the fellow hard with his stone-like hand.
The guy didn’t die but still lives believing he’s Peter Pan

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

Then came the day his beaten-up team lost all hope.
He told his guys, “Stand up. These menstrual muppets are a joke.
Exhausted teammates panted thought the game was as good as done.
And everybody thought time was against them, except John

Down the sidelines running like a bat out of hell. Six points.
Over the middle catch, bulling 60 yards more, his team knew this version well. Six points again.
Grabbed a deflected pass, got hit hard, gave out a pained groan
Without any blocking but lots of opponent knocking, he struggled home. Six points more.

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan

Now I know these words are long and lame.
But it’s how Juan will help his team win games.

Big Juan, Big Juan
Big Bad Juan
You know Juan came here instead of other schools where he could have played his natural position, QB. I believe he was a 4 star. He worked his butt off and became competitive at a new position. Worked for a pretty bad head coach who lied to his players. He was kicked off the team. Came back. Changed his ways. Earned his way back into the rotation. Then was injured. I hope this season is a dream season for this kid that gives him a career in the pros. His heart is bigger than most.
 
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WoodsmanVol

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It’s funny that you mention that. I almost added to my post that the only other group as overrated as our wide receivers is our running backs.
Depart Vols hating demon! Get thee from hence! The Gators or the Tide daimon clans might be more to your liking. Depart, I say, return no more.

Now, where'd I put my exorcism kit? Ahh, here it is.

Bogey-bogey-bogey, send Vol423 away.
Bogey-bogey-bogey, do it today.
His Vols fan card is hereby revoked.
His fake Vols love is a choked joke.
Bogey-bogey-bogey.
 

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