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Old 06-13-2013, 01:59 PM   #46
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These people thought he was pretty good. But they aren't web page moderators thinking they know talent giggling amongst themselves never having played while people they pass judgement on have proven what pretty good actually is. I'll take their opinions below over yours of course. Point proven so why haven't you moved on. If you still giggle after this then giggle away. These people can say it better than me. Never said he was Art Monk. But I did say he was pretty good. Respect those who have proven what good actually is.
Hearing a coach talk up a player really doesn't say much. All coaches do it.

I respect the career Thrash had, he was definitely a hard working over achiever. Just not in the pretty good category.

Santana Moss = pretty good.

Thrash = eh, good special teamer, hard worker, good locker room guy, ok at WR. Nothing to write home about.
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:03 PM   #47
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Hearing a coach talk up a player really doesn't say much. All coaches do it.

I respect the career Thrash had, he was definitely a hard working over achiever. Just not in the pretty good category.

Santana Moss = pretty good.

Thrash = eh, good special teamer, hard worker, good locker room guy, ok at WR. Nothing to write home about.
Yea OK and Santana is better than pretty good. The boy can flat out ball. Geez

I see how you judge folk now. From your perspective you are right on the money
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Yea OK and Santana is better than pretty good. The boy can flat out ball. Geez

I see how you judge folk now. From your perspective you are right on the money
I am not sure you could handle me.
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Makes no sense Who cares
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Yea OK and Santana is better than pretty good. The boy can flat out ball. Geez

I see how you judge folk now. From your perspective you are right on the money
Moss must be one of the best ever in your book. What about Monk, is he from other planet?
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Moss must be one of the best ever in your book. What about Monk, is he from other planet?
One of the best we have had. Art Monk was a baller too. Very good receiver. I like Gary Clark myself.

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Moss must be one of the best ever in your book. What about Monk, is he from other planet?
If that is post of the day maybe we should ask what planet your way.
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Is pretty good and pretty darn good the same thing? Because, I don't know, but adding that "darn" in there makes it kind of different.

But why are we still talking about this? It's James Thrash, for crying out loud
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Is pretty good and pretty darn good the same thing? Because, I don't know, but adding that "darn" in there makes it kind of different.

But why are we still talking about this? It's James Thrash, for crying out loud
I didn't bring him back up. He was referenced as an answer to you over 31 bust out question. Randy Moss come to mind after sub par seasons with the Raiders. And yea pretty darn good and pretty good are one in the same just to clarify.

From What Does History Say About Investing in Receivers Entering Their 30s? | Bleacher Report below

Devery Henderson and Brian Hartline, all under 30, should get some play on the open market. While none of them is a true No. 1 wide receiver, they will produce at a higher level for a longer period of time than Jennings and Welker.

Now go argue with someone else. Like some nagging schoolgirl.

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Your example is Randy Moss? What exactly does "bust out" mean to you?
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Your example is Randy Moss? What exactly does "bust out" mean to you?
Make a significant contribution of course. Stop being so worrisome.
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See, because "bust out" to me isn't Randy Moss because we saw in Minnesota how great he could be. To me it's someone who kind of flies under the radar for much of his career and then takes his game to another level not yet seen.

And stop getting so pissy when asked to clarify/defend your position
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I think he's just a kick-off specialist.

Perhaps Shanahan will consider keeping both.

Forbath's kick-offs were definitely lacking, but that was his first full year doing it.
I remember reading an article, Forbath did say that he has been working on it through out the offseason. But yeah I think it's what Cult said, bringing someone in to give Forbath some break in camp and preseason sometimes. We will find out soon enough
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See, because "bust out" to me isn't Randy Moss because we saw in Minnesota how great he could be. To me it's someone who kind of flies under the radar for much of his career and then takes his game to another level not yet seen.

And stop getting so pissy when asked to clarify/defend your position
You know darn well what I meant. You were just trying to start it up again. Because you were trying to say Henderson wouldn't be able to make a substantial contribution because he was 31?. All I said was he may bust out. Especially with a different team now. Not that he would but he might. But you still are worrying me about it after I gave you one example of a player who wasn't getting it done and then started to.
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