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Old 08-09-2012, 12:06 PM   #331
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He'll be a bust, I said it on draft day. Too slow and power backs don't last long. Cleveland is so bad
4.43 isn't slow at all.
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4.43 isn't slow at all.
I agree. Wasn't he considered the closest player to be a sure thing? I believe Kiper even ranked him as the best all around football player on his big board.
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:17 PM   #333
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I agree. Wasn't he considered the closest player to be a sure thing? I believe Kiper even ranked him as the best all around football player on his big board.
Yeah, I still say that within 3 years he will be a top 3 RB in the NFL.
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4.43 isn't slow at all.
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Sports Radio Interviews » Blog Archive » John Schneider Says Signing Terrell Owens Is Not an Indictment on the Other Wide Receivers in Seattle

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“In listening to everybody talk about how he takes care of himself and everything, here is a 38-year-old man that came in weighed 220 pounds and ran 4.45/4.43 and once he did that, I didn’t see that coming because a lot of people talk about how fast they are and they have been taking care of themselves at this time of the year and everything, but this was true. You could see the guys’ passion, you could see his intensity, his work ethic and that obviously rang through in that workout. He ran really well, dropped his hips really well, worked his way back to the ball, didn’t drop a ball and was really quite impressive.”


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I'm glad Terrell Owens is back in the NFL. The man doesn't have that many chances left.
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His baby mamas are glad too, they trying to get paid
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Today at Cowpokes camp. They wrapped up practice with five strait bad snaps from shotgun formation. Bill Calahan was about ready to go into vapor lock ehen Garrett chimed in an told them to get off the field. Second string ran two more crappy plays as they finished practice. Keep up the good work guys.
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I agree. Wasn't he considered the closest player to be a sure thing? I believe Kiper even ranked him as the best all around football player on his big board.
Exactly. Richardson is quite possibly the best physical specimen to enter the league in the past decade. If he's slow it's only relative to Chris Johnson.
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Exactly. Richardson is quite possibly the best physical specimen to enter the league in the past decade. If he's slow it's only relative to Chris Johnson.
Um are u forgetting a guy named Adrian Peterson?? Richardson isn't close to that level.

I like him I'm just saying he's not worth the 3rd overall pick as a rb. He's not "that guy" IMO. I don't see him taking over games like AD, CJ28, or even Darren McFadden
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Um are u forgetting a guy named Adrian Peterson?? Richardson isn't close to that level.

I like him I'm just saying he's not worth the 3rd overall pick as a rb. He's not "that guy" IMO. I don't see him taking over games like AD, CJ28, or even Darren McFadden
Provided Run DMc isn't on the sidelines with an injury. Maybe Richardson is taking a page out of his book.
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Lotta people crowning Trent R without him stepping on the field yet. Think that a major mistake. People talking about taking him 1st round in fantasy...let me point out 3 things:

1. Rookie (aka done nothing)
2. Knee surgery now and the season begins in a month
3. Browns (in a very tough division)

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^ I'm still debating if I should draft Trent Richardson w/ my first pick in my 2 keeper league or not.
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Keeper league?
If you're going to be in it for the long haul take a QB.
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