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Old 07-13-2006, 10:34 AM   #1
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Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...ohn&id=2511045

Great article from a really good and unbiased guy. I think Clayton is the straightest shooter ESPN has for football. He is the Peter Gammons of football really.

2 Skins make the team. Moss and Cooley. I was a little suprised Taylor didn't make it but otherwise I think he has done a good job.
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

I saw this and must have overlooked Cooley. Nice to see that 2 'Skins made a roster that combines cost efficiency and performance. That's better than league average even though we are villified for overspending.

I know you mean Sean Taylor but at first I thought you were being funny and were speaking of Taylor Jacobs. Not much sleep last night for me.
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

For all of those Dan "overspender" Snyder haters out there, Clayton has found two Skins that are worth the money. They just can't stand us!
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i agree that clayton is one of the best, unbiased writers at espn
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

I love to hear him put the wood to that idiot Salisbury
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

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http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...ohn&id=2511045

Great article from a really good and unbiased guy. I think Clayton is the straightest shooter ESPN has for football. He is the Peter Gammons of football really.

2 Skins make the team. Moss and Cooley. I was a little suprised Taylor didn't make it but otherwise I think he has done a good job.
I was surprised about quite a few of the players he picked, but then again we also have to remember he had a salary cap to stay under.
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Old 07-13-2006, 12:53 PM   #7
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I love to hear him put the wood to that idiot Salisbury
I love when they do their showdowns on SportsCenter during the NFL season. I'm biased, but Clayton usually whips Salisbury, and of course, like the punk he is, Salisbury tries to intimidiate Poindexter.
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I love when they do their showdowns on SportsCenter during the NFL season. I'm biased, but Clayton usually whips Salisbury, and of course, like the punk he is, Salisbury tries to intimidiate Poindexter.
Yeah basically Clayton makes good points, and since Salisbury is a dumbass tard, he gets mad, and gets all loud, and tries to put down Clayton's point. As the segment ends, Clayton has this smile on his face, while Salisbury has this fake, still pissed, looking smile. It is hilarious.
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

i think he left off sean was because he was going the best for the cheapest and while sean is still under his rookie contract as a 5th overall pick its still considerably larger than bob sanders who in my opinion is a very good safety who free lances and makes plays all over the field, but naturaly i woul dhave choosen taylor just for the simple fact he is a stud.
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Old 07-13-2006, 06:47 PM   #11
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i think he left off sean was because he was going the best for the cheapest and while sean is still under his rookie contract as a 5th overall pick its still considerably larger than bob sanders who in my opinion is a very good safety who free lances and makes plays all over the field, but naturaly i woul dhave choosen taylor just for the simple fact he is a stud.
And perhaps because he is a part of your handle at this site.
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i thought he was wewhite for a while. you know how he just wants to have sex with st.
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i thought he was wewhite for a while. you know how he just wants to have sex with st.
So wait you don't? Cough, cough, I mean yeah, psh you are crazy who wants ST in bed, hah, crazy crazy people.
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Re: Clayton's(ESPN) "Best Team Money Can Buy"

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snee is purely because he's super cheap for his skill level.

sean taylor was a top 5 pick with a 7 year 18$mill contract, how come he didn't make it? I know he gets like 9$ mill if he hits a pro-bowl, but still.
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