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  • #31
    Actually, Porter, the Eagles were contenders to win the division before this signing. I don't think Curtis adds that much to the offense that they are any more or less likely to win the NFC East this year.



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    • #32
      Originally posted by portermvp84 View Post
      I knew the Eagles were looking at him, but IMo they should of kept Stallworth.
      everyone keeps saying that but i live in eagle country and their fans were not too impressed with stallworth and dont think hes anything special. his injuries plagued him and he was only there for a year and i dont think he really played enough to catch on with the eagles fans. plus they know what its like to have no bona fide number one.

      i think curtis is a better fit for the eagles also. curtis is very much a team player and the with how much crap mcnabb has been through the past couple of years, they need to have him surrounded with team oriented guys. not saying that stallworth isnt one but i just think curtis fits better.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
        I really don't care about Wonderlic scores. They are nice and all, but I care about on-field production and actual skill set. Of course, the intelligence and football IQ doesn't hurt.
        True of course, but all other things being equal you would rather have the smart guy and you know he won't have any trouble picking up the offense.

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        • #34
          As an Eagles fan, I have nothing against Dante Stallworth in any way. He played well for the team this year when he was healthy. I think that if he had been healthy all season, it would have done a ton for the team. They might have even gotten a bye and snuck past New Orleans for the #2 seed...

          Regardless, I wish him well with the Patriots. He is being well compensated. I think Curtis is a fine fit for the Eagles. He can do the field-stretching that Stallworth did last season, but he can also do some ST work, and he's a little tougher over the middle. I think the overall tradeoff is minimal.



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          • #35
            Originally posted by LLoyd Floyd-Boyd View Post
            True of course, but all other things being equal you would rather have the smart guy and you know he won't have any trouble picking up the offense.
            Agreed. I cannot argue with you there...



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            • #36
              I woulda preferred Donte, but hey that's just me. A much more pressing need is a linebacker that can friggin tackle and also not tying up 95% of your money in a defensive line that didn't do jack squat last year. Whoops sorry ranted a little there.

              The only drawback to Donte is his durability issues, and for that kind of money I could understand why the Birds went with Curtis

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Windy City Big Gamer Uno View Post
                6 Years 33 Million.

                The Tollner's are very good agents.
                That's what you call "severely overpaid." He's not worth half of that.

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