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Old 03-11-2006, 02:22 PM   #31
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Re: Good luck with B-Lloyd

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This is very easily explained - He thought the ball was Sean Taylor and was going to roundhouse kick his helmet off.

BTW - TAFKAS is wrong about the change of scenery. It's Joe Gibbs that will "Get Lloyd right" - not the pretty pictures on the walls.
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Old 03-11-2006, 02:35 PM   #32
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Maybe the sun got in his eyes??? But isn't this the same thing we heard about Moss before he came here? That he was not the player that the Jets believe he was coming out of the college? That Moss was not a top WR and maybe just a kickoff return guy at best? Well Gibbs as something in Moss and if we can believe reports about Lloyd and the Redskins Gibbs must see something here as well!
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Old 03-11-2006, 04:15 PM   #33
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And now for more Alex Smith highlights...
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Old 03-11-2006, 04:46 PM   #34
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Man I hate this thread. Now I'm starting to get a bad feeling about Lloyd. Screw you 9erman. You made me think.
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Old 03-11-2006, 05:08 PM   #35
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The jets fans generally liked santana and would rather have kept him, but thought coles was better and so they liked the trade. I don't remember much actual "he sucks" stuff though. just the sideline thing and the yearly hamstring injury.

the 3rd rounder could be hass or orr, which, i think, could both be good WRs.

everyone gets so swept up in the FA stuff and so overly excited they start looking at EVERY FA mentioned as a uper star immediately some of them have baggage and have reasons why they're being cut loose.
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9erman, any thoughts on andre carter while you're here?
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...&q=lloyd+49ers

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Old 03-11-2006, 05:58 PM   #38
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lloyd and roy look like the perfect WRs for micheal vick.
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We have a couple draft picks that have never been given a chance. We just don't feel that Lloyd has the heart and determination that we would like.


I was a big supporter of Lloyd....up until the drop againt CHI in the redzone that he blamed on the QB.
I believe we have enough vet leadership on this team to set him straight,should he start with the bad mouthing.
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Old 03-12-2006, 02:03 AM   #41
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Andre Carter could be a good DE if he is not always doubled. Capable of 10+ sacks. He is just not quick enough for our 3-4.
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that's good to know. 10+ sacks > 0.5 sacks (wynn).
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that's good to know. 10+ sacks > 0.5 sacks (wynn).
No you idiot. .5 sacks > 10+ sacks. Wait hold on let me count.....
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Lloyd is definately worth the risk. It sure beats drafting a rookie, who could be a total coin flip.
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We have a couple draft picks that have never been given a chance. We just don't feel that Lloyd has the heart and determination that we would like.


I was a big supporter of Lloyd....up until the drop againt CHI in the redzone that he blamed on the QB.
Clearly it is a bad throw, but Llyod should probably be aware of the routes on the play and know he is the only receiver in the area. I think we'll have to say that the jury is out and we will see come training camp/first couple of games. 9erman (and SF press) are not the only ones that I have heard bashing Llyod/questioning his work ethic/consistency. I've also heard his route running leaves something to be desired (i.e. he'll run a dig but forget to dig). I'd say someone needs to smack him around a bit, yank the big gold chains off his neck, and remind him he is a football player and not the next coming of Jay-Z as it seems like a lot of his issues have to do with preparation and mindset rather than skill. Someone needs to bring him back to earth and he needs to devote more time to football rather than chasing a record deal...and please get rid of that website (ouch).

Funny thing is that when I read 9erman's commentary my mind went way back to 1996 rather than last year with Santana. I remember I was on another Skins board at the time and a Rams fan came on and trumpeted a similar warning about Sean Gilbert and everyone jumped down his throat. I'd say we still probably got the better end of that deal (they got Lawrence Phillips at #6, Fairly Glenn went #7, and Cedric something [DE bust] went to the Giants at #8) plus we fleeced the Panthers for two #1 picks (wow!) that turned into Champ Bailey and Lavar Arrington. Point being he was at least right about Gilbert and his horrible attitude. Anyway, I take it as a good sign that my pessimism is back after my initial euforia of last night...probably means Llyod will have 1,400 yards and 10 TDs.
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