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Old 08-13-2007, 01:52 PM   #31
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Just keeping an eye out for my new fleece that Malcolm is going to buy me....
You are so going to lose that bet!!!
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YES, yes she is. In case you noticed, Rogers didn't have a ball completed his way. If I lose that bet, it's going to be because Rogers totally shuts down his side of the field.
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Old 08-13-2007, 03:12 PM   #33
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man i hope you guys are right about Rogers. it sure would be nice to have a couple of corners that can actually cover someone
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Uh, the only way you win is if he gets SIX ITs!! Yes, I said SIX! That was the bet!
I know, but I'll lose with a smile if it's because no one throws at him.
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I was just about to post that very statement, nice job.

Blades is bigger than I thought he was much more stout, but I think he will bring the same instinct to MLB position that Fletcher brings, but he is probably not as fast as Fletcher, at least earlier in his career, but I think he will prove to be a tremendous pick when it is all said and done.
I think the team has done an outstanding job of second day drafting the past few years. Not that I'd want to hitch my defense to the quick development of Golston and Mongomery, but when in two seasons you can produce 2 DTs, 2 LBs, a TE, and a solid backup QB from picks later than the 4th round, I think that really says a lot of good things about your scouting department.

I have nothing but good things to say about this team's college scouting department compared to the rest of the leagues' (generally awful). It's the pro scouting department on this team that puts this franchise in such a big hole.
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Old 08-13-2007, 09:24 PM   #36
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defense did good. but lets not get carried away. tenn doesnt have any top nfl WR's. K Collins stinks. We went against their second team QB. We will find out Sat.
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I think the team has done an outstanding job of second day drafting the past few years. Not that I'd want to hitch my defense to the quick development of Golston and Mongomery, but when in two seasons you can produce 2 DTs, 2 LBs, a TE, and a solid backup QB from picks later than the 4th round, I think that really says a lot of good things about your scouting department.

I have nothing but good things to say about this team's college scouting department compared to the rest of the leagues' (generally awful). It's the pro scouting department on this team that puts this franchise in such a big hole.
Who's the solid back up QB? I thought we had Brunell.
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