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Old 04-10-2006, 01:30 PM   #31
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Santana Moss again.

Does anyone actually think that Owens will even play 16 games?

He'll get suspended, hurt or go on a crybaby protest against Parcells in his driveway sometime this year.
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Old 04-10-2006, 01:34 PM   #32
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Honestly, I think he'll be on his best behavior, but his stats won't be anywhere close to where they were his first year in Philly. Philly had a much more complete team. Dallas has a 9-7 team that didn't make the playoffs.
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Old 04-10-2006, 01:40 PM   #33
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Guys,

This is all pie in the sky until we at least get past the draft and near training camp.

But TO is going to be a force at WR. IF the Oline has improved. And once again, it couldn't possibly get worse.

By the way, when you guys play TB watch for Daniels to have a monster game. The LT that played ole with him vs Dallas is now a Buc....
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Old 04-10-2006, 01:42 PM   #34
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

I thought they only signed him as a backup?

Of course I'm only going on opinion... that's what the offseason is all about. BUT mark my words, TO will be a non-factor this year. He'll slightly improve the offense, nothing more, nothing less.
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Old 04-10-2006, 01:46 PM   #35
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

I saw your mock and there is no way dallas drafts a CB in the first round. We need to resign Newman after 2006 and he will get paid,
we are paying Henry a bundle at one corner,
we are paying Williams a bundle at ss.
We are paying Glenn a bundle at nickle CB.

No Way we add to that!!
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Old 04-10-2006, 01:48 PM   #36
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

I will hold you to that Malcolm.

Just as I think TO will eventually blow up in the Dallas dressing room because he has always done that, you have to admit that he has been a factor ON the field everywhere he has gone also....
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Right, but Philly was a perennial Super Bowl contender, while Dallas has not been. I'm enough of a man to admit when I'm wrong, but I see him only getting half the yards (which will still be great) that he got with Philly that first year.
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Old 04-10-2006, 02:48 PM   #38
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

San Fran wasn't an anything contender when he put up numbers for them...

The best thing Dallas has going for it is that you guys only have one pick on the first day. If we can get some players that can step right in we can compete.

If not........
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5rings,philly throws the ball more then anyone else in this league.dallas will be committed to trying to run the football.in philly(and san fran)T.O. complained about not getting the ball enough.owens is a force ON the field,maybe the best in the game but i see trouble in paradise
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I saw your mock and there is no way dallas drafts a CB in the first round. We need to resign Newman after 2006 and he will get paid,
we are paying Henry a bundle at one corner,
we are paying Williams a bundle at ss.
We are paying Glenn a bundle at nickle CB.

No Way we add to that!!
williams is slow, henry is slow, glenn isn't a speedster and he's 35. If we go 4 wide, only newman can keep up. More mocks had dallas taking OT (justice/mcneil), WR (holmes) or S (J Williams or whitner).

that said, the mock was open and i didn't see you volunteer
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Old 04-10-2006, 03:50 PM   #41
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Jusitce won't be around at 18 and McNeil is a serious medical risk. Parcells has taken a WR once in the first round - Glenn - because he was forced to and he quit the next year.

And we got enough money in our Secondary already.

Williams is a SS - plays up at the line - who is faster than Archuleta,

Glenn can hang, but no one in the league can keep up with Moss - or Glenn - if they beat you on a move.

I didn't catch the format of the mock draft, I would have liked to have been involved.
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im gonna actually put the real answer, amani toomer.......period
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Jusitce won't be around at 18 and McNeil is a serious medical risk. Parcells has taken a WR once in the first round - Glenn - because he was forced to and he quit the next year.

And we got enough money in our Secondary already.

Williams is a SS - plays up at the line - who is faster than Archuleta,

Glenn can hang, but no one in the league can keep up with Moss - or Glenn - if they beat you on a move.

I didn't catch the format of the mock draft, I would have liked to have been involved.
great, you disagree with 95% of all mocks then, what your amazing enlightened pick?
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Re: Who will be the NFC East best Reciever in 2006?

Santana Moss hands down
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great, you disagree with 95% of all mocks then, what your amazing enlightened pick?
Hey Guy, what is all the snark for?

Well until today when NO offered our starting FS and ST demon Keith Davis a contract i would have said we were getting either an OLB Carpenter/Lawson/Wimbley/ or If by some miracle Ngata or Justice if they fell down to us.

No WR, no FS, we need someone who can pressure and cover from the other side of Ware or help our Pass Rush. OLB or an NT.
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