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Postby HunglikeChampions » Wed Feb 23, 2005 7:37 am

OwenTheBlonde wrote: At least Bledoe takes sacks instead of throwing INTs like Vinny. That's a step up.


Myself being a pats fan, I cannot tell you how wrong this statement is. I cannot tell you hwo many times I have seen Bledsoe about to get sacked and just leave it up in the air down the middle of the field and get picked off. He was a huge wimp in the pocket with the Pats and he has only gotten worse as he has gotten older. The only thing he has going for him is that Parcells will be his coach so he might do something more than crap. Take in mind that he went from the Bills where he had Moulds, a young up and coming evans, and two good backs and he was absolutely terrible. The Cowboys Wr's are young and inexperienced other than Keyshawn and hes not great and they have a great young runner in Jones. If anything I give the more offensive weapons to Buff and he sucked there. Personally I am glad I wont have to watch him anymore when we play the Bills because he sucks. There end of my rant ;-D
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Postby Charlie24 » Wed Feb 23, 2005 11:06 am

The cowboys' O is not as bad as some make it seem... They played pretty good the first few games of the season but it all went downhill after Terry Glenn was lost for the season. He would stretch the field with his speed and was the leader in receptions at that time ( 24 catches 400 rec. yards and 2 TDs ) but he only played about six games... Keyshawn, even though everyone agrees is not the same player as before, did end up with 70 catches and 6 TDs so its not that bad... Jason Witten went to the pro bowl ( 87 rec. and 6 TDs ) and everybody by now should know what Julius did... So all I'm saying is that the O is not that bad once Glenn returns, JJ plays the whole season, Richie anderson plays the whole season but provided parcells gets that young WR he often talks about getting 'cause Morgan didnt show anything last year.
Maybe this could work out who knows but I for one would like to see what Henson can do before anyone starts bashing him.
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Postby Sixxgunn » Wed Feb 23, 2005 11:37 am

The Lung wrote:It's funny how a quarterback can lower the fantasy value of a player at one team and raise the value of a player at another, especially at RB.

At Buffalo, I contended that having the statuesque Bledsoe at QB lowered McGahee's value. Now that Bledsoe has been cut, Losman can't be any worse than Bledsoe was. Losman has a lot of potential, and could end up developing a real chemistry with his receivers, especially Evans. Defenses will have to respect the pass and that will open up the run.

However, in Dallas, I think Bledsoe raises Julius Jones' value. From what I've seen, Drew Henson is not the answer in Dallas, and it's sad to say, but I think that Bledsoe is an improvement on Testaverde. I won't say that this raises Keyshawn's or Witten's value, but I think it's good for Julius Jones. Defenses will have to respect the pass and that will open up the run.


Actually,I see this nearly killing Witten's fantasy value.Bledsoe didn't use the TE in Buffalo very much,where Vinny just loved Witten.When Testicles was out,Witten's production dipped greatly.Jason Witten,we barely knew ye.
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Postby Dr. Duran Duran » Wed Feb 23, 2005 12:58 pm

Sixxgunn wrote:Actually,I see this nearly killing Witten's fantasy value.Bledsoe didn't use the TE in Buffalo very much,where Vinny just loved Witten.When Testicles was out,Witten's production dipped greatly.Jason Witten,we barely knew ye.


I really don't see it that way. Name a tight-end worth a crap that Bledsoe could have used? Mark Campbell? The guy never did anything in Cleveland and pretty much picked up right where he left off when he came to Buffalo. I think Witten just adds another weapon to Bledsoe's arsenal. Bledsoe's number one target while he was in New England was TE, Ben Coates. Nobody consistently caught more passes from Bledose than Coates did all those years.
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Postby Dazedncnfz » Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:25 pm

OwenTheBlonde wrote: At least Bledoe takes sacks instead of throwing INTs like Vinny. That's a step up.


LMAO!!!! You have got to be kidding me!


HunglikeChampions wrote:Myself being a pats fan, I cannot tell you how wrong this statement is. I cannot tell you hwo many times I have seen Bledsoe about to get sacked and just leave it up in the air down the middle of the field and get picked off.


Bingo, we have bingo ;-D
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Postby The Miner Part 2 » Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:27 pm

HunglikeChampions wrote:
OwenTheBlonde wrote:
The Miner Part 2 wrote: At least Bledoe takes sacks instead of throwing INTs like Vinny. That's a step up.


Myself being a pats fan, I cannot tell you how wrong this statement is. I cannot tell you hwo many times I have seen Bledsoe about to get sacked and just leave it up in the air down the middle of the field and get picked off. He was a huge wimp in the pocket with the Pats and he has only gotten worse as he has gotten older. The only thing he has going for him is that Parcells will be his coach so he might do something more than crap. Take in mind that he went from the Bills where he had Moulds, a young up and coming evans, and two good backs and he was absolutely terrible. The Cowboys Wr's are young and inexperienced other than Keyshawn and hes not great and they have a great young runner in Jones. If anything I give the more offensive weapons to Buff and he sucked there. Personally I am glad I wont have to watch him anymore when we play the Bills because he sucks. There end of my rant ;-D


i didnt write that, learn to use the quote tool.
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Postby Dazedncnfz » Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:29 pm

he made a mistake and your name got dragged in...calm down
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Postby Dr. Duran Duran » Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:37 pm

Dazedncnfz wrote:he made a mistake and your name got dragged in...calm down


I smell a catfight!

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He even looks like your old avatar, Miner. :-)
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