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  • #31
    well i agree with you that the loss of Clements was much greater than Mcgahee, but i still think hes a pretty good corner, maybe not 80 million good, but hes solid.

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    • #32
      Anyone else ever notice how much of a gigantic Pats homer Michael Smith is?


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      • #33
        ... I think everyone still sees the pre-injury Miami(FL) Willis McGahee, because the RB For the Bills was nothing special. Jamal Lewis was a more difficult runner to defend.


        Look at it this way. They didn't lose a great RB. Because Frankly the AFC Norths defenses > AFC East.

        Willis won't do anything special..

        Also, don't forget, The Ravens Lost Pashos, and Ogden is set to retire in a year or two, Keydrick Vincent is garbage.

        Don't be surprised to have a mediocre RB in baltimore next year. They should have just started Mike Anderson.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by bills_red View Post
          "amazing RB".....lol
          So 3.8 a carry get you an "amazing RB" these days

          Which is what I used to say when Eddie George was called a "Great RB"


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          • #35
            Biggest Winner: Chicago Bears

            Biggest Loser: Green Bay Packers

            Pretty clear to me. Bears rule, Packers drool!


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            Originally posted by JBCX
            Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by sweetness34 View Post
              Biggest Winner: Chicago Bears

              Biggest Loser: Green Bay Packers

              Pretty clear to me. Bears rule, Packers drool!

              Explain to me how the Bears won please. Briggs is going to hold out and they lost their top RB for peanuts.


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              • #37
                ESPN is a joke, why do you guys care so much?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
                  Anyone else ever notice how much of a gigantic Pats homer Michael Smith is?
                  Not really.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by TNewFan41 View Post
                    ESPN is a joke, why do you guys care so much?
                    why do you make it sound like you know more than ESPN?
                    Jamaal Charles is the best RB in the NFL

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Non_Sequitur View Post
                      Explain to me how the Bears won please. Briggs is going to hold out and they lost their top RB for peanuts.
                      Hahaha.....

                      Wow. Not one to pick up sarcasm are ya?

                      And they got more for Jones than the Bills got for McGahee. Moving up into the top of the 2nd is only peanuts if you don't understand the draft.


                      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                        Hahaha.....

                        Wow. Not one to pick up sarcasm are ya?

                        And they got more for Jones than the Bills got for McGahee. Moving up into the top of the 2nd is only peanuts if you don't understand the draft.
                        They got more peanuts than the Bills got, yes, I was saying this yesterday. But they still only got a 3rd round pick value for a top level RB.


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                        • #42
                          The Bills lost a solid starter in Fletcher, a top 15 corner in Clements, and an above-average RB in McGahee. But they have also finally decided to make vast changes to their offensive line, which should really help. I think if this team can draft Marshawn Lynch in the 1st round he should put up some big numbers, and then go with a linebacker or a guy like Eric Wright in the 2nd they should be set, not to mention the other 3rd round draft pick they recieved. I feel all in all, this team won't even regress much going into next season, I expect something like a 7-9 record from them.

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                          • #43
                            I agree with this. Pats are winning the SB next year and Bills lost Clements and McGahee.

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                            • #44
                              I'd say the Broncos' FA acquisitions are on par with the Patriots....they've significantly upgraded at RB and TE, and Dre Bly fills the void left by the loss of Darrent Williams. (And if Bly ends up getting traded again, it will significantly upgrade the Broncos' draft status....either way, they win.)

                              The Bills' losses have been significant, but I believe the Titans might actually have it worse.

                              So far, Tennessee has lost their top RB and their two top WR's; these three players (Travis Henry, Drew Bennett, Bobby Wade) accounted for half of the team's offensive output in 2006....as much as the rest of the team combined.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by zoinks View Post
                                So far, Tennessee has lost their top RB and their two top WR's; these three players (Travis Henry, Drew Bennett, Bobby Wade) accounted for half of the team's offensive output in 2006....as much as the rest of the team combined.
                                Worse; they lost Chris Brown as well. Leaving an unproven back as the sole ball-carrier. They also are forced into hoping David Givens and Ben Troupe come back from their injuries and produce. I like the O-Line, I like Vince Young. Other than that I am very concerned that last year's run was a fluke. They are seriously lacking talent, and have a lot of question marks on both side of the ball. Titans fans, beware! If Vince Young doesn't improve statistically, you'll find out what I have lived with.

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