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  • #46
    Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
    I just couldn't help it.
    Did you do it for the lolz? Cause it worked.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Bruce Banner View Post
      Did you do it for the lolz? Cause it worked.
      Of course i did it for the Lawlzzzzz. We had a little run in on the Talib thread because of that. It's quite funny actually, how he tries denying it.

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      • #48
        TROY WILLIAMSON!?!!?!?!?!?!? HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA LMFAO!!!!!!!

        hahahaha
        but for real.



        Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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        • #49
          Originally posted by LonghornsLegend View Post
          Again, since you want him to be listed as a breakthrough player please tell me what type of stats your expecting
          ok... somewhere in the region of 1500 APY and 10 TD's (although this might be lower if stewart gets the goalline carries)

          Originally posted by LonghornsLegend View Post
          ...Don't just throw his name out without anything to back it up.
          i didn't.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
            I just couldn't help it.
            You waste time copying and pasting stuff, but you fail to realize not one of the players in that post are Panthers... awesome effort. Got anything to offer to a football conversation? Normally you just post crap, might be time to actually contribute?


            Originally posted by LonghornsLegend View Post
            Again, since you want him to be listed as a breakthrough player please tell me what type of stats your expecting...Don't just throw his name out without anything to back it up.
            As for DeAngelo Williams I expect totals in the vicinity of

            280-290 (18 - 20 a game) carries
            1250 yards (78 yards a game)
            7 TDs (I expect Stewart to be a goal line vulture) somewhere around 45 receptions.

            He's not really a third down back and never has been. He's more been a split carry kind of guy who's involved in specific packages. Obviously that was somewhat limited last year by the lack of legitimate threat at quarterback but he's shown he can make plays.

            The above expectations aren't out of this world. In fact they're pretty common numbers for first time starters with experience.
            Last edited by BlindSite; 07-05-2008, 03:55 AM.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
              You waste time copying and pasting stuff, but you fail to realize not one of the players in that post are Panthers... awesome effort. Got anything to offer to a football conversation? Normally you just post crap, might be time to actually contribute?
              Wow genius, as if you just expect all of us to forget about the fact that Keary Colbert started his career as a Panther. As if you weren't all bitter about him blowing chunks in Carolina.

              When compared to mine, i can fit your knowledge of american football in the palm of my hand, kid. Just thought i'd have a little fun with the idiotic posts you make. Many other people feel the same way, so chill the heck out. We're just having some fun at your expense. No biggie.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
                I don't necessarily agree. Stewart still hasn't played a down in the NFL and even though I think he'll be a good player there's still a lot of ? marks in how his game will translate to the NFL.

                I'm not forgetting Fox's seemingly passionate disdain for removing starters from the RB position either.
                Isn't Foster in Frisco now?

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                • #53
                  I'm a little surprised he mentiones Sydney Rice, Steve Smith and even Troy Williamson but no word about Calvin Johsnon...

                  Sig by Fenikz

                  I remember NFLDC
                  don't tell anyone, but Charlie Casserly is a dope fiend

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                  • #54
                    No doubt that D'Qwell Jackson is gonna have a big year with Corey Williams and Shaun Rogers up front now. His only problem the past couple years was that the front 3 couldn't keep blockers off of him, he has the instincts and runs well enough to be a force

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by keylime_5 View Post
                      No doubt that D'Qwell Jackson is gonna have a big year with Corey Williams and Shaun Rogers up front now. His only problem the past couple years was that the front 3 couldn't keep blockers off of him, he has the instincts and runs well enough to be a force
                      absolutely, although pass D wise the browns aren't looking great.

                      Sig by Fenikz

                      I remember NFLDC
                      don't tell anyone, but Charlie Casserly is a dope fiend

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                      • #56
                        Nice to see Zach Miller gain some recognition. Him and Russell began to make a formidable connection late in the year and should be a sign of things to come for a very long time.

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                        • #57
                          I think two more Jets, D'Brick and Clemens, should be there.

                          D'Brick has the skillset. He would have been an early first round pick in '05, and everyone thought he was worthy of a top 5 pick in a loaded '06 draft. He's started at LT for two seasons next to mediocre at best G's, and last year he improved his play despite playing next to the worst LG(s) in the NFL. With Faneca there locking down the LG position, D'Brick should really shine this year.

                          Clemens should improve significantly just because the protection that got our QBs killed last year should be improved. I really like alot of the basic skills Clemens has...he's mobile within the pocket when there was one...he sets his feet and gets rid of the ball quickly...way better arm than Pennington...his accuracy could improve but he made some excellent throws last season (some caught, most not). Our WR's are sure handed and tough...all of them...I think the Jets offense as a whole will surprise alot of people.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
                            Wow genius, as if you just expect all of us to forget about the fact that Keary Colbert started his career as a Panther. As if you weren't all bitter about him blowing chunks in Carolina.

                            When compared to mine, i can fit your knowledge of american football in the palm of my hand, kid. Just thought i'd have a little fun with the idiotic posts you make. Many other people feel the same way, so chill the heck out. We're just having some fun at your expense. No biggie.
                            Wow more contributions showing football knowledge. You just insult a person you're awesome.

                            Originally posted by duckseason View Post
                            Isn't Foster in Frisco now?
                            Yeah he's in Frisco he was released as soon as possible following the season.

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