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Old 08-24-2008, 04:35 PM   #31
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Re: ESPN: Is Campbell a break out player?

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All I have to say is after seeing Moss in training camp he is the fastest man in the East. If we (JC) gets the ball to him in this season and next, and the next, the man is a HOFer for sure. Go MOSS...

P.S. I'm a little biased because I have like 7 sigs of his on everything Skins stuff I own. ha ha..
That's funny. I hope for your sake that's true...but even if he has 3 pro bowl seasons from here, he likely still won't make the HOF.
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Old 08-24-2008, 10:33 PM   #32
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Re: ESPN: Is Campbell a break out player?

Campbell is scaring me. I know he didn't have much in the way of pass protection but his surrounding players don't look like they have faith in him. Moss is a habitual offender of this but the O-line doesn't seem to care when he gets blasted during a sack.
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Old 08-25-2008, 04:15 PM   #33
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Campbell is scaring me. I know he didn't have much in the way of pass protection but his surrounding players don't look like they have faith in him. Moss is a habitual offender of this but the O-line doesn't seem to care when he gets blasted during a sack.
You might be overthinking the issue with your psychoanalysis. I'm concerned after watching the game in Carolina last Saturday (think it was bad on TV, try watching from inside Bank of America Stadium, brutal). I'm not ready to buy into your lack of faith thesis though.
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Old 08-25-2008, 04:20 PM   #34
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You might be overthinking the issue with your psychoanalysis. I'm concerned after watching the game in Carolina last Saturday (think it was bad on TV, try watching from inside Bank of America Stadium, brutal). I'm not ready to buy into your lack of faith thesis though.
yeah too many assumptions there to take it seriously.
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:46 AM   #36
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Re: ESPN: Is Campbell a break out player?

I dont look for campbell to be MVP this year..but i look for him to have his best season. Cooley is a everydown threat, You have another solid pass catching tight end in fred davis. Thrash is always consistent and randle el is the man. Moss however, i have doubts about this year contributing to the numbers. Perhaps thats why we invested in the 2 wideouts in the draft? Make a solid move towards bigger recievers instead of the speed team?
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Another thing to consider when looking at these 3 WR's is their QBs. Sure they may have dropped some balls, but Derek Anderson, Tom Brady, and Tony Romo were all pro-bowlers last year. And all three teams had very good offenses overall. So despite those drops, they were on offenses that consistently moved the chains, and saw tons of great throws come their way from those signal callers.
Exactly my point.
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