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  • #31
    Originally posted by Lions WMD View Post
    Deal. You do Henderson, and we'll give Ernie Sims to the Saints.

    Fair trade, right guys?
    Haha... to be honest think Greg Williams could help him? Is he a blitzer?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by zachsaints52 View Post
      Haha... to be honest think Greg Williams could help him? Is he a blitzer?
      I think he could use a change of scenery. He's been through some rough seasons here. I don't care what you say, that much losing can have a negative effect on certain types of people. Someone else could tell how good of a blitzer he is, I'm not really sure how good he is at it.

      Henderson seems like a guy that could take advantage of all the attention put on Calvin, I'd definitely take him.

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      • #33
        devery fits the vertical mold perfectly and will contribute immediately.

        devery henderson- 82 targets 51 receptions 5 drops 804 yards 2 TD 4 Ints 75 long

        bryant johnson-83 targets 36 receptions 7 drops 426 yards 3 TD 5 Ints 36 long

        better hands, production, and more explosive. and he did that in a vertical role already so should put up comparable numbers and allow bryant to slip back to the slot where he's best. 15 more receptions and 400 yards would have went a long way this year.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by SINCE1978 View Post
          (off topic) is McNabb coming to the NFC North if Favre retires?
          i would think that's the best scenario for the teams involved. kolb can clearly play and mcnabb isn't getting any younger. if they keep kolb on the bench any longer then they risk alienating him and having to start over in a couple years. the vikings should be willing to do what it takes to get mcnabb on their team since they experienced the benefits of having an established QB at the helm this year. the philly fans clearly hate donovan and love kolb so it won't hurt their fanbase. it makes too much sense for them not to do it.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by Prowler View Post
            devery fits the vertical mold perfectly and will contribute immediately.

            devery henderson- 82 targets 51 receptions 5 drops 804 yards 2 TD 4 Ints 75 long

            bryant johnson-83 targets 36 receptions 7 drops 426 yards 3 TD 5 Ints 36 long

            better hands, production, and more explosive. and he did that in a vertical role already so should put up comparable numbers and allow bryant to slip back to the slot where he's best. 15 more receptions and 400 yards would have went a long way this year.

            Too be fair Henderson had Brees throwing to him while Johnson had well Stafford, Culpepper, and Stanton throwing to him. Thats quite a difference if you ask me.

            i would think that's the best scenario for the teams involved. kolb can clearly play and mcnabb isn't getting any younger. if they keep kolb on the bench any longer then they risk alienating him and having to start over in a couple years. the vikings should be willing to do what it takes to get mcnabb on their team since they experienced the benefits of having an established QB at the helm this year. the philly fans clearly hate donovan and love kolb so it won't hurt their fanbase. it makes too much sense for them not to do it.
            Honestly, if I were the Vikings I'd stay as far away from Mcnabb, or any Eagle quarterback, as possible. The Eagles offense is the closest thing to a "system" offense in the league. Seemingly every back-up quarterback has performed quite well when they've needed to play, most notably the 2006 season.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by SINCE1978 View Post
              (off topic) is McNabb coming to the NFC North if Favre retires?
              I dont know to be honest with you. Im a big Mcnabb fan .I would hate to see him leave to another team, and win a super bowl there. I remember how bad this team was without him, before they drafted him. He took the team with horrible wr's to 4 NFC Championship games, and another just last season. Many people believe we hate Mcnabb, but thats not true, just some do. Fans in Detroit, would love the success to there team, as the one Mcnabb has had in Philly.

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