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AnonEmouse 03-22-2004 07:47 AM

What about replacing Patrick Johnson
 
Didn't see this posted anywhere else so...

I suppose we are going to look at replacing Patrick with a FA WR, but anyone think it would be worth using our 5th rounder on a WR?

dieselhog 03-22-2004 07:50 AM

I don't think he needs replacing. I think there are enough receivers on the roster - aside from Laveraneous and Gardner - there are McCants - at least for now- Russell, Jacobs, Cloman....

Maybe try out some rookie FAs. I don't think we need to go shopping for a receiver.

Daseal 03-22-2004 08:35 AM

Yeah I'd like to see more of Jacobs, Cloman, Russell and Richmond (In that order.) Let him go! I definitly hope we keep McCants around.

AnonEmouse 03-22-2004 08:43 AM

Kind of what I thought. I hope Jacobs and Russell start doing something this year. IF McCants goes too, then it's going to be important for them to step up.

Carnage 03-22-2004 04:01 PM

I agree... we have bodies as WR but need them in other places.

Redskins_P 03-22-2004 04:07 PM

I also agree. We still haven't had a chance to get a good look at Russell, Jacobs, or Cloman. If you really think about it, our WR's are all still very young, so we should be alright in that position. I heard Russell has a lot potential and Cloman showed that he can play last season during the preseason. I think we should worry about our D-line that still needs maybe 1 more pass rusher and a run stopping d-tackle. We have good linebackers, decent corners, and if we draft S.Taylor our secondary will be among the top 10 in the NFC.

joecrisp 03-22-2004 04:09 PM

I've quickly replaced Johnson with Cloman on my Madden roster. I had to create Cloman, as he didn't exist in Madden. I realize Russell is still around, but frankly, from what little I've seen of both receivers (mostly during training camp and preseason games), Cloman seems like a far better all-around player, and would seem to have a better shot at making the roster. Whoever winds up as that 4th/5th receiver is going to have to play a lot of special teams, and Cloman has shown he can do that. Plus, the guy made some amazing catches in training camp and the preseason, and I love his attitude. I'll be interested to see how he does in NFL Europe this year.

skinsfanthru&thru 03-22-2004 05:58 PM

I agree joecrisp and I think the only reason he wasn't on the roster instead of Russel was because spurrier had used a 3rd rounder i beleive to draft russel and wanted to see if he could produce now that he was healthy and from what he showed, Russel has speed but hands like bricks. I don't know if anyone here has seen the movie Unneccesary Roughness or not but Russel reminds me kinda of the receiver in that movie.

offiss 03-22-2004 06:57 PM

[QUOTE=AnonEmouse]Didn't see this posted anywhere else so...

I suppose we are going to look at replacing Patrick with a FA WR, but anyone think it would be worth using our 5th rounder on a WR?[/QUOTE]

He could be replaced with a statue as far as Im concerned.

Daseal 03-22-2004 09:07 PM

A sprinting statue? He was a quick receiver, I think he'll do ok in Tampa. Brad Johnson throws tiny passes and will allow him to use his feet to make yards.

SkinsRock 03-23-2004 11:10 AM

[QUOTE=Daseal]A sprinting statue? He was a quick receiver, I think he'll do ok in Tampa. Brad Johnson throws tiny passes and will allow him to use his feet to make yards.[/QUOTE]

Didn't he sign with the Bengals, not the Bucs?

AnonEmouse 03-23-2004 11:22 AM

Correct. It will be interesting if he helps or hinders Palmer.

Gmanc711 03-23-2004 11:26 AM

He will be the #3 at best their right? Behind Johnson and Warrick. I dont think he wil really make an impact thier, just be a solid ST guy.

sportscurmudgeon 03-23-2004 02:13 PM

Patrick Johnson is not a bad football player nor is he an overpaid fraud. But he is also not a guy who is critical to a team - either by his presence or his absence.

If "finding a replacement for Patrick Johnson" is the single biggest challenge and obstacle faced by the coaching staff and the team this year, they will be a cinch to:

1. Go 16-0 in the regular season,

2. Win the Super Bowl and

3. Cover the spread every weekend.

SmootSmack 03-23-2004 02:21 PM

Curmudgeon, how was Vegas?


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