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  • You can find quality Brian - December 4th, 2009 at 2: 50 PM ray vinopal

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  • Wait, if we have a punt returner, what will Brian write in his previews for the key special teams matchup? does anyone else not think that he looks really good on film? the only thing vinopal and kovacs seem to have in common are that they are white and play safety. vinopal seems like a much better athlete - more fluid, much sharper in coverage, much better ball skills. i wouldn't be surprised to see him get another star (or two) because based on these films he looks more like a 3 or 4 star to me.

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  • Word Vinopal derives from two words. Vino (wine) and Pal (Pálit = to burn) which originates in Czech language. It is a proffession of someone who used to make wine, or burn it. By burning wine you create brandy.

    May 21, 2011