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Postby stomperrob » Wed Jul 26, 2006 5:20 pm

biju wrote:
saundman2000 wrote:Based on VD's physical attributes + apparent work ethic + game film plus a huge helping of speculation. Anyone branding someone the next <Insert Star Player Here> is largely speculating. Nothing more than a gut instinct or a subjective opinion. That's all it can be. But therein lies the beauty of fantasy football.... there's a degree of speculation in everything.


Maybe I'm wrong, but isn't Kellen Winslow actually bigger than VD? And I'm absolutely positive KWII's work ethic was never in question, just his off-field decisions apparently. His injury is one of those things that can happen to anyone regardless of their physique or work regimen.

Short term I like KW's supporting cast much, much better than SF and I expect (as was speculated earlier) that he will be close to the top 5 TEs at the end of this year.


Winslow is listed at 6"4', 254 - Davis at 6'3", 256 so not much difference there. I think Winslow comes into this season realizing he has a hell of a lot to prove after 2 lost seasons - add to that the fact he will see some action as a WR the first 7 games while Edwards is out and I think he has the edge here.
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Postby Kensat30 » Thu Jul 27, 2006 11:28 am

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Kensat30 wrote:I wouldn't draft either of those guys. Go with somebody you can rely on. TE is too important of a position to F around with nowadays. A guy like Jason Witten can fall into the 7th-8th rounds in some drafts, why would you pass that up to gamble on a rookie and a guy with 1 game experience in the NFL coming off a freaking ACL tear. Are you kidding me?

If you absolutely insist on waiting until a late round to grab a TE, I would go with Heath Miller or Zach Hilton.


Remember, for TE (just like any other NFL position) experience is a plus.


Yeah, that pretty much says it all, except replace Zach Hilton with Ben Watson ;-D .


OR you can just throw Ben Watson in there for good measure. Hell, I would throw Jermaine Wiggins in there for good measure.
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