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Where the heck is Domanick Davis (Williams)? (1 Viewer)

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I know he was injured and tried to come back last year, but the Texans ended up dropping him.

Last I heard after he changed his name to D. Williams was he was trying to get back into the game. IS this still the case? or is he done forever?

What a waste of talent...

 
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It would make sense. You know, with the whole name change thing and all.

 
I just wondered the same thing a few days ago as I submitted Steve Slaton into my starting lineup - similar no-name guy that came to be a pretty good FF RB in Houston largely due to receiving abilities (I had Davis back in whatever it was, 2004 or 2005, when he was a stud in FF).

 
I just wondered the same thing a few days ago as I submitted Steve Slaton into my starting lineup - similar no-name guy that came to be a pretty good FF RB in Houston largely due to receiving abilities (I had Davis back in whatever it was, 2004 or 2005, when he was a stud in FF).
Slayton is a no name guy? Really? :confused:
 
Well, he wasn't a top pick or anything. Yes, he's fresh in our minds since he was a 2008 draft pick, but the 10th RB taken in the draft usually isn't considered a household name to non-FFers, althouth 2008 was an exceptional RB class. I bet the average NFL fan didn't know who he was a month ago. He was drafted in about the same spot as guys like Garrett Wolfe and Tony Hunt in 2007.

 
Well, he wasn't a top pick or anything. Yes, he's fresh in our minds since he was a 2008 draft pick, but the 10th RB taken in the draft usually isn't considered a household name to non-FFers, althouth 2008 was an exceptional RB class. I bet the average NFL fan didn't know who he was a month ago. He was drafted in about the same spot as guys like Garrett Wolfe and Tony Hunt in 2007.
He was considered one of the top Heisman candidates going into last season and played for a high-profile ranked program. That's not exactly Garrett Wolfe.
 
Well, he wasn't a top pick or anything. Yes, he's fresh in our minds since he was a 2008 draft pick, but the 10th RB taken in the draft usually isn't considered a household name to non-FFers, althouth 2008 was an exceptional RB class. I bet the average NFL fan didn't know who he was a month ago. He was drafted in about the same spot as guys like Garrett Wolfe and Tony Hunt in 2007.
He was considered one of the top Heisman candidates going into last season and played for a high-profile ranked program. That's not exactly Garrett Wolfe.
LSU down? :lmao:
 
I just wondered the same thing a few days ago as I submitted Steve Slaton into my starting lineup - similar no-name guy that came to be a pretty good FF RB in Houston largely due to receiving abilities (I had Davis back in whatever it was, 2004 or 2005, when he was a stud in FF).
Slayton is a no name guy? Really? :lmao:
Slayton is.Now, Steve Slaton on the other hand...

 
Last I heard, his knee was bone on bone, which is pretty much an NFL death sentence.

 
Well, he wasn't a top pick or anything. Yes, he's fresh in our minds since he was a 2008 draft pick, but the 10th RB taken in the draft usually isn't considered a household name to non-FFers, althouth 2008 was an exceptional RB class. I bet the average NFL fan didn't know who he was a month ago. He was drafted in about the same spot as guys like Garrett Wolfe and Tony Hunt in 2007.
He was considered one of the top Heisman candidates going into last season and played for a high-profile ranked program. That's not exactly Garrett Wolfe.
LSU down? :towelwave:
real real close. WE all would have got to see him in National Championship game had they notgot upet the last week by Pitt! The same Pitt just knocked off S.Florida the other night!

 

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