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Postby The Dude_ffc » Tue Jul 22, 2003 4:28 pm

I like the response "today I like"....

But draft safely IMO

Portis - is safe
Faulk - is faulk
Deuce - is loose
Holmes - is lying
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Postby Yianni2112 » Tue Jul 22, 2003 4:34 pm

Deuce (more talented than Portis)
Portis
Faulk
Homes

BILLS ALL THE WAY ;-D
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Postby ScreamingWeasel » Tue Jul 22, 2003 5:00 pm

Me too.

Deuce
Portis
Faulk
Holmes

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Postby ScreamingWeasel » Tue Jul 22, 2003 5:04 pm

Yianni2112 wrote:BILLS ALL THE WAY ;-D

PS: Congrats on having the most damn motivated tail back in the entire NFL. Dissed. Dissed BAD.
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Postby krazydude51 » Wed Jul 23, 2003 11:41 pm

schachterGOFINS wrote:Portis - Healthy, young den likes the run
Faulk - gonna have a good year but wont put up numbers like he did in 2002
Deuce - same as portis but NO spreds the ball alot and doesnt have the talent portis does
Preist - hes not worth a early first round pick b/c of hip



Whoa...hold up!!!

Since when has Denver had a better offensive talent than New Orleans???

1. Deuce Mcallister -- Missed a game because of injury, had little help in passing game during final weeks (Brook's shoulder), should improve numbers.

2. Clinton Portis -- We'll see how the 'Snake' fits in, but look for Portis to pound it out more. I just don't see him getting that much better over last year's rookie season.

3. Marshall Faulk -- I like what the Rams have done this offseason improving the O-Line, BUT, I still don't like Warner (I don't think he'll stay healthy), and think Marshall won't last his USUAL 14 games (he open with 6 straight turf games, bad for an aging RB).

4. Priest Holmes -- I saw that video of him running and such, and all I have to say is congrats for being able to run around! I haven't seen any full contact running, which is still making me be quite low on him.
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Postby Hawk022499 » Thu Jul 24, 2003 10:16 am

1. Faulk - most dangerous RB in the game, especially with one of the top o-lines in front of him this year.

A Tie at second, you can't go wrong with either one:

2. Deuce - Opposing DEFs will have to defend against a stepped up passing attack with Brooks' shoulder better, a healthy Donte Stallworth paired with Mr. Consistant Joe Horn, and addition of Ernie Conwell at TE. The only thing preventing him from securing my sole #2 spot is his tough RB schedule in the last few games going into FF playoff time.

2. Portis - Neck and neck with Deuce. But with Smith, McCaffery, and Sharpe aging along with working in a new QB, opposing DEFs will be able to concentrate on him a little more this year. Don't get me wrong, he has great talent and will produce top-tier RB #s.

4. Holmes - A big injury risk. Has great talent but not enough to unseat those above.


ps - No R. Williams/L. Tomlinson love here?????? They should definitely be considered with the RBs above.
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