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Old 03-16-2008, 11:55 AM   #76
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if not ARE then who??? he was the best #2 we had at the time we needed one. That is why we need to either draft a WR or pick up a FA. ARE is excellent in the slot and on specialty plays. He is an asset to any team and I would not call him any more overpaid than Archuleta, Lloyd, or some of the crazy FA deals that were put together by the Raiders, Jets, and Browns. ARE has shown hard work and stepped up when we needed him. IMO that merits a little overpaying.
We could have used Reche Caldwell, he proved to be a pretty good WR in NE, we also could have used James Thrash he played really well when he was on the field, and another option could have been Todd Pinkston who we cut in the preseason, when he played against us in Philly he wasn't too bad.
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Old 03-16-2008, 12:42 PM   #77
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i still like the idea of trading for Roy Williams. Usually drafting a Wr in the first round doest merrit success. Trading a Second for Roy would be a much better option then drafting a Hardy with our first overall.
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i still like the idea of trading for Roy Williams. Usually drafting a Wr in the first round doest merrit success. Trading a Second for Roy would be a much better option then drafting a Hardy with our first overall.
Why not just wait until next offseason when Williams is an unrestricted free agent?
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Old 03-16-2008, 08:04 PM   #79
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Why not just wait until next offseason when Williams is an unrestricted free agent?
I think it would be better if we just traded for him now, because we could just wait until the end of the year and see how he performed and based on the way he performed we either cut him, or resign him.
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I think it would be better if we just traded for him now, because we could just wait until the end of the year and see how he performed and based on the way he performed we either cut him, or resign him.
If we trade for him we would have first chance to sign him to a longer contract, If we waited till next year in free agency, we would have to outbid other teams for his services. Plus why wait to win when we could use him now.
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If we trade for him we would have first chance to sign him to a longer contract, If we waited till next year in free agency, we would have to outbid other teams for his services. Plus why wait to win when we could use him now.
So, are you agreeing or disagreeing with me?
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