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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Tyler Cierski
Tyler Cierski's return from a one-week hiatus was not heralded.
"I fell in love with it right away, and I stuck with it," Cierski said. "I like finesse and all, but it's really not my game. If I were to have it, that would be something different. Don't get me wrong, I think I have some sort of quickness in my feet, but power's my game. That's where I'm at."
"The fullback's kind of a dying position, and nobody really pays attention to it too much," Cierski said. "That's what I try to do — I try to get the attention back on it and make people know I'm there."