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VarsityBlues123

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  1. So this opportunity doesnt scream of the chance to do good? *Behind a great OLine. *Little Proven talent anywhere around him. *Headcase as his competition. *Great complementary weapons in Romo, Dez and Witten *Fewer 8 and sometimes even 9 man boxes. *Playing with the lead more often. *Coming off a healthy season. *Jerry loves him. *Probably the most hungry RB set to prove a point in the NFL.
  2. This is a non story, but a hammy tweak on June 4th is? Dont make it so obvious you own Randle. I own Randle and do not own DMC, DMC still worries me as a Randle owner.
  3. Is that why so many are banging down his door and he is still unsigned as of June 4th?
  4. So that just means he was worse than what people believe. In my league he finished as the 36th RB, behind players like Richardson, Denard Robinson, Knile Davis, Oliver and Andre Williams. These are players who didn't play every game or were third down backs. That's not good. I think he will do better this year but not by a whole lot. I have him projected as my RB33. McFadden was a RB on a team with a bad coach, bad OLine and a rookie QB with no WRs. SUCCESS!
  5. You trust this guy to stay out of trouble and/or keep his mouth shut? Isnt a suspension coming soon too?
  6. He was the top TE when he came out of college Trent Richardson was a top RB when he came out of college.
  7. So what makes Hill better? Not looking for just knocks on Gresham but pros on Hill. Honest question. No one would have guessed you are a Grasham owner. It was just a visit right now, relax.
  8. The panic over injuries in June is always funny. It must be the thing to do around here.
  9. So you mean an athletic freak is still an athletic freak even with Wilson as his QB? I'm floored. They threw him a ton of passes in the RZ, I guess you can say I'm equally as floored that the teams play callers are utilizing the athletic freak the way he should. From the article: Graham averaged 138 targets per year during his past four seasons in New Orleans, where the three-time Pro Bowler was the favorite target of quarterback Drew Brees. Seeing routine double coverage, Graham relied on his dominant 6-foot-7 frame to win matchups. "I know I'm probably not going to get targeted 130 times," Graham said of his new team. "But that's not my concern; I just want to win games. And I know there will be times -- big moments in a game -- where I'm going to have to go out there and make a play. That's what I'm focusing on." So he cant produce like an athletic freak in the redzone because of that?
  10. So you mean an athletic freak is still an athletic freak even with Wilson as his QB? I'm floored. They threw him a ton of passes in the RZ, I guess you can say I'm equally as floored that the teams play callers are utilizing the athletic freak the way he should.
  11. yeah Im gonna draft him again, and then im going to be disappointed again He will catch passes, but I will never buy him as a guy to lead the team in touches ever again. Too fragile, he has a role, he needs to be used that way.
  12. Nelson, Cobb, Adams and Lacy. No one else matters in the passing game. Not Abberderis, not Janis and not Montgomery.
  13. Stud. Starting weekly with confidence. He gets the tough yards without taking punishment.