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Postby Trainer of Dolphins » Tue Apr 12, 2005 10:07 pm

Last year the Bills TE, Campbell caught 5 TDs. I would consider Witten better than Campbell.

Witten, Heap, Crumpy all have QB issues, but Parcells is a proven TE guy.

Heap also has injury issues


I guess it's obvious I am not high on Heap and Crumpler, and I think Witten will be just as good next year.
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Postby Santacruzer » Wed Apr 13, 2005 2:12 am

Trainer of Dolphins wrote:Last year the Bills TE, Campbell caught 5 TDs. I would consider Witten better than Campbell.


Of those 5 TDs he caught 3 of them in 1 game.

If you look a little more at Campbell's stats, he had 5 games (of just 12 games, due to injury) that he didn't record a catch at all. I wouldn't call Bledsoe TE friendly. Parcells is though, and I still see Witten having a great season, but I wouldn't be expecting a better season than last year out of him.

I would hope you consider Witten better than Campbell :-)
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 3:24 am

My top 10:

1. Gonzo (there's something to be said for consistency)
2. Gates (can he do it again? Yeah, probably).
3. Crumpler (The only man who can haul in Vick's throws)
4. Heap (He'll slide under the raider, not playing much during the year of the TE)
5. Witten (If the Boys make playoffs, it will be fueled by Witten and JJ)
6. Eric Johnson (Incredible numbers last year, and the team doesn't seem likely to acquire a better target)
7. Dallas Clark - Manning's top TE now, reap the reward.
8. Wiggins - With no Randy, C-pepp will need to use him more
9. KW2 - potential for the steal at TE is too great at this point
10. Franks - with favre under center, he'll snipe more than his fair share of TDs in the redzone

Shockey - left off until he can catch, the Giants learn to block, Eli overcomes pressure, or any of the above.
McMichael - left off until the Dolphins show any semblence of an offense.
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