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Old 08-07-2006, 04:33 PM   #16
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Re: Cooley & Brunell scrimmage

Cooley did look good in 7 on 7 wish could have seen him in 11 on 11 drill to se him working in more traffic. 7 on 7 gives alot more room to move around free. But i think he is gonna have a monster year.
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Old 08-07-2006, 04:37 PM   #17
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Re: Cooley & Brunell scrimmage

Hopefully, Taylor's run and play-action recognition improved. He was out of position several times last season during those plays. If he did, he would be a pro-bowl calibur safety.
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Hopefully, Taylor's run and play-action recognition improved. He was out of position several times last season during those plays. If he did, he would be a pro-bowl calibur safety.
Barring injury, I think he'll make the Pro Bowl regardless. Wilbon made a good point in his on line chat today. He basically said, who cares about the Pro Bowl. Making a contribution to a championship team is more important.
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Re: Cooley & Brunell scrimmage

Brunell was on fire today at practice.

Brunells on FIRE.
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I know it was just 7 on 7 stuff, but Cooley and Brunell really seem to be on the same page right now. With the WRs we have now on the outside, Cooley could really be primed for a big season.

As for Brunell, his throws were pretty accurate yesterday, and his zip seemed to be there. Let's just hope he can keep those legs healthy.
Sorry to focus on the fantasy side but...

The skins are going to look like the Chiefs except with better receivers. I locked up the #4 pick in my big money league and already annouced that it will be Portis. I can't figure out if Cooley will be still be there with the #6 pick but I would take him in a second if he is. If he isn't, I am hoping that Heap will be there. Mason is a sleeper too. He is worth at least a 6 or 7. Saturday showed that McNair is going to go to Mason and Heap all year long. I think that the Ravens are going to have a real good year. I wouldn't be surprised if they leapfrog the Steelers. Those games will be worth the price of admission.
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