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  • it said cowboys are going to sign Leonard Davis?

    your positive?

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    • Originally posted by TNewFan41
      it said cowboys are going to sign Leonard Davis?

      your positive?

      Cowboys | Team in the running for L. Davis?
      Sun, 11 Feb 2007 10:59:20 -0800

      John Clayton, of ESPN.com, reports the Arizona Cardinals expect to lose OT Leonard Davis to the Dallas Cowboys. Davis is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
      Originally posted by Paul
      Eli's opportunity to become a legend.
      Originally posted by Vikes99ej
      These last 50 seconds will define Eli Manning.
      MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

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      • :roll:

        49ers | Team in the running for L. Davis?
        Sun, 11 Feb 2007 11:02:00 -0800

        John Clayton, of ESPN.com, reports the Arizona Cardinals expect to lose OT Leonard Davis to the San Francisco 49ers. Davis is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

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        • LOL.

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          • Originally posted by fryman
            :roll:

            49ers | Team in the running for L. Davis?
            Sun, 11 Feb 2007 11:02:00 -0800

            John Clayton, of ESPN.com, reports the Arizona Cardinals expect to lose OT Leonard Davis to the San Francisco 49ers. Davis is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
            He really has inside knowledge :?


            "You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question."
            Albert Camus

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            • KFFL also reported that we were expected to go after Dielman...don't take anything too seriously yet guys. We've still got a month to go before the start of free agency.

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              • Originally posted by JJJ888
                KFFL also reported that we were expected to go after Dielman...don't take anything too seriously yet guys. We've still got a month to go before the start of free agency.
                Exactly, but I hope we get Dielman so bad.

                Come on Jerry, dish out that cash.

                We better resign Columbo and Gurode, too.

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                • Originally posted by TNewFan41
                  Were did you see this???

                  link????
                  http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...ohn&id=2758756

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                  • Originally posted by TNewFan41
                    We better resign Columbo and Gurode, too.
                    OK, we get it. You've said this at least 5 times.

                    BoneKrusher

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                    • Just a thought. I dunno if anyone has mentioned this.

                      But at certain points of the Pro Bowl, I'm sure the NFC had an offensive line with Gurode at Center, Larry A. at Left Guard, and Flozell at Left Tackle. Combine this with Witten at TE, and Romo behind Witten, and you've got pretty familiar, cohesive offense. And with Sean Payton coaching, it felt like a big reunion party.

                      Or something. I'm drunk, so excuse me if this sounds flippant.

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                      • Flozell played RG at the Pro Bowl.

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                        • I dont think anyone knows for sure where Leonard Davis will go, but Im hearing SF and DAL are the two leading candidates and he would make a lot of sense for both teams and both teams have cap room. And its a foregone conclusion that ARI wont resign him.

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                          • I know we are already discussing a new contract with Gurode, any news on Columbo?

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                            • Originally posted by BX
                              Just a thought. I dunno if anyone has mentioned this.

                              But at certain points of the Pro Bowl, I'm sure the NFC had an offensive line with Gurode at Center, Larry A. at Left Guard, and Flozell at Left Tackle. Combine this with Witten at TE, and Romo behind Witten, and you've got pretty familiar, cohesive offense. And with Sean Payton coaching, it felt like a big reunion party.

                              Or something. I'm drunk, so excuse me if this sounds flippant.
                              Yeah, explains all those sacks and pressure the AFC got. Also see Romo playing clueless. The O was horrid for the NFC.

                              Did you also see Biscuit taking bad angles on cross routes and biting on the first stop-n-go pattern to Ocho Cinco's TD. Funny.

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                              • Originally posted by LSUALUM99
                                Listen, whomever Wade hires as DC, QB Coach or whatever you have to assume he's putting together the best staff he can in order to win. No coach is going to sacrifice his ability to be successfull in order to put coaches in place just to apease anyone.

                                Bowles has been mentioned as DC for some time now and has been impressing the coaching staff even before BP left.

                                As for Wade's son as the QB coach. Well let me ask you this. If your Grandfather was a HC in the NFL for years and your Father was a HC years do you think that you'd know a helluva lot about football?

                                Everyone on here thinks they know about football. Do you think you'd know more if your whole family tree consisted of 50+ years of actual Pro Coaching experience?

                                Yeah, I thought so too. I'll take the son of a coach with that pedigree anytime. Is he young? Sure, does that make him any less likely to know what he's doing? No.

                                As for FA signings. Don't be surprised if very few big name or even mediocre named players switch teams this year. Most teams have several million dollars in cap money available so if a player leaves their team it's for probably 1 of 2 reasons. Either he's a) going to be overpaid vastly or b) the team he's leaving doesn't really think he's as good as his backup....either of which is bad.

                                IF anyone spends Hutchinson money on any guard they are a fool. I don't care if it's Bruce Matthews, paying that much money for a player at G is a TERRIBLE investment. Guard is one of the positions in the NFL where the difference between a great player and a good player is very small as compared to other positions. Positions of reduced marginal effect like that are the ones you especially DO NOT pay big money for.

                                Rivera's contract bordered on too expensive for a G. If we pay that money again, we're down right silly.

                                Kosier played well for the Cowboys, came at a reasonable price, has the versatility to play other positions, and is young. That's exactly the type of FA at the G position we need to sign if we sign anyone.
                                I actually think that OG is an underrrated and underappreciated position on offense. They are vital to paving the way for the interior run game. They are also important in goalline situations. While Hutch was overpaid, he dramatically effected the run game for the Vikings, and his loss dramatically effected Seattle's run game in the opposite way, and it also effected Walter Jones as well.

                                FA is tough with OGs. You make a very valid argument that its not worth resigning OGs because of the cap casualty, but it is vital to an offense to have good OGs if they want to be dominant. I think the best way to approach this is to consistantly draft young dominant OG talent in the draft, and when the rookie contracts expire, let them go and sub in your replacement that you have in house from the draft.

                                But then again, you look at guys like Willie Shields, and how he has been vital to offenses for years, and you rethink that strategy. OGs can last a long time. You get a good one, and youre set for a long time at that position. They don't age as quickly as skill position players. So maybe they are worth the investment, who knows. And as always, I always think trench players are more valuable than skill position players. I think skill position players are overrated.

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