The forgotten man

Granted, it’s not like the offensive line is a glamour position.  Still, even there, we take note of guys like Thomas, Cleveland and Gaillard.

This guy, not so much.

It seems like every year there’s talk that somebody is going to jump Kindley on the two-deep, but it never happens.  He just goes about his business, and goes about it well.



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10 responses to “The forgotten man

  1. Dawg1

    A last minute gem unearthed by Pittman. Nice.

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  2. I’ve always felt like run blocking was his strong suit since he always had someone 5-10 yards down field. This is interesting, though.

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  3. Uglydawg

    Hat’s off to Solomon! He’s a huge reason the Dawgs are great!

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  4. moe pritchett

    The Great Wall of Georgia abides.

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  5. Russ

    So you’re saying he hangs onto his spot like a….(wait for it)…..bulldog?

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  6. eldred

    great example of ‘coached up’

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    Gonna make a lot of money in the NFL

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  8. Tony Barnfart

    It feels like Solomon Kindley has been here since the Donnan era.

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  9. Classic City Canine

    It’s extra impressive given that Solomon was a 3 star and is holding off the best of the best 5 stars at his position.

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