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Old 07-28-2012, 01:57 PM   #61
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Old 07-28-2012, 01:58 PM   #62
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I'm really hoping dropping four picks for one player turns out to be the best move the front office made... Otherwise there is going to be some egg on some faces.
Dude honestly it can't get any worse than we've done
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Old 07-28-2012, 02:27 PM   #63
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Dude honestly it can't get any worse than we've done
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the move to get RGIII, but I'm hoping it is ultimately a better move by the FO than Garçon. Just due to the sheer cost to get him.
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I'm really hoping dropping four picks for one player turns out to be the best move the front office made... Otherwise there is going to be some egg on some faces.
RG3 will succeed. He will prove that he was worth what the Redskins gave up in order to get him. They took Heath Shuler in the first round. They took Patrick Ramsey in the first round. They took Jason Campbell in the first round. Then they traded a 2nd round pick to the Eagles to get McNabb. All of that combined is what they gave up to get Robert Griffin III.
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Doesn't it seem like alot of people are having a hard time understanding that fact ????
It's frustrating to hear, by now this shouldn't be repeated so much. Nothing against the man/woman who posted it but it kills me how often you hear it and read it.
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'12 1st + '12 2nd + '13 1st + '14 1st in exchange for '12 1st

4 picks for 1

4 - 1 = 3
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I loved the pace of the Panther's practice.
In the short time they were on Cam threw a ton of passes.
Very, quick pace with a high volume of passes thrown in a short time.
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Old 07-28-2012, 11:15 PM   #68
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Nope. He's definitely not doing roids.
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Nope. He's definitely not doing roids.
looking at his body/tone, it actually doesn't look like he's roided out. but i'm not an expert by any means
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I loved the pace of the Panther's practice.
In the short time they were on Cam threw a ton of passes.
Very, quick pace with a high volume of passes thrown in a short time.
That kid is the lebron James of the NFL, he's something we haven't seen before. Carolina fans should be beyond stoked
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Nope. He's definitely not doing roids.
Plus...
Williams started every game for the Crimson Tide last season. He had 24 tackles, four tackles for loss, three quarterback hurries and a pass breakup.


....this does not impress me.
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That kid is the lebron James of the NFL, he's something we haven't seen before. Carolina fans should be beyond stoked
Clearly, you have never seen MJ play.
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'12 1st + '12 2nd + '13 1st + '14 1st in exchange for '12 1st

4 picks for 1

4 - 1 = 3
Well done, its sad that people need it spelled out for them though.
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That kid is the lebron James of the NFL, he's something we haven't seen before. Carolina fans should be beyond stoked


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Tony Mandarich might the biggest NFL draft bust ever - ESPN


....seems like every 5 to 10 years the next thing we have never seen comes through,for their 15 mins.
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Let's be real folks... It's Cleveland I don't care who is there they won't win. I believe they r cursed like the cubs
I actually like what the Browns are doing.

Trent Richardson will be a beast, They have a good OL that will get better, a young defense that can get the job done. It all rests on Brandon Weeden but I could see them winning 7 games this year and surprising either Baltimore or Pittsburgh.
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