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Postby Rohan » Sun Oct 08, 2006 5:46 pm

So much for predictions. Regiie Williams is now the go-to-guy in Jag-Town. I was lucky enough to pick him off waivers, hope none of you "predicted"
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Postby onnestabe » Sun Oct 08, 2006 5:54 pm

INKcogKNEEdough wrote:Bottom line: I would say any of them would be worth a flier as a bye week #3 WR, or injury replacement. NONE of them should be counted on as a #2 fantsay WR though.

Overall I would rank them as Jones then Wolford, then a good ways behind R.Williams.

Keep an eye on Marcedes Lewis if this injury doesnt linger. He is a Rookie TE who I think could be a very nice surprise sleeper.


I don't see how you can say this after watching the last 4/5 weeks. Wilford (with an 'i') and Jones are clearly battling for the #2 WR spot behind Williams, and Wrighster has been the receiving TE so far, with Lewis being a no-show.

Your bottom line looks a lot like my preseason predictions - which I will freely admit were craptastic.
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Postby iky » Sun Oct 08, 2006 6:57 pm

Apparently not Wilford. He's like what, 3rd recieving option?
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Postby INKcogKNEEdough » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:26 pm

onnestabe wrote:
INKcogKNEEdough wrote:Bottom line: I would say any of them would be worth a flier as a bye week #3 WR, or injury replacement. NONE of them should be counted on as a #2 fantsay WR though.

Overall I would rank them as Jones then Wolford, then a good ways behind R.Williams.

Keep an eye on Marcedes Lewis if this injury doesnt linger. He is a Rookie TE who I think could be a very nice surprise sleeper.


I don't see how you can say this after watching the last 4/5 weeks. Wilford (with an 'i') and Jones are clearly battling for the #2 WR spot behind Williams, and Wrighster has been the receiving TE so far, with Lewis being a no-show.

Your bottom line looks a lot like my preseason predictions - which I will freely admit were craptastic.




If you look at the date of that comment it WAS indeed for all intents and purposes a 'preseason prediction'.....and for what it is worth, now looking at it 4 weeks later, it DOES indeed seem to be as you put it 'craptastic'. I am more than man enough to admit I was apparently quite wrong. Reggie looks like he has grown up finally. As a Jags fan I am more than happy that I was wrong and hope he keeps right on making me look like a fool.

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Postby LS2throwed » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:38 pm

reggie the man, i dont know what yall see....i see someone who is stepping up big time and making plays
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Postby onnestabe » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:50 pm

INKcogKNEEdough wrote:
onnestabe wrote:
INKcogKNEEdough wrote:Bottom line: I would say any of them would be worth a flier as a bye week #3 WR, or injury replacement. NONE of them should be counted on as a #2 fantsay WR though.

Overall I would rank them as Jones then Wolford, then a good ways behind R.Williams.

Keep an eye on Marcedes Lewis if this injury doesnt linger. He is a Rookie TE who I think could be a very nice surprise sleeper.


I don't see how you can say this after watching the last 4/5 weeks. Wilford (with an 'i') and Jones are clearly battling for the #2 WR spot behind Williams, and Wrighster has been the receiving TE so far, with Lewis being a no-show.

Your bottom line looks a lot like my preseason predictions - which I will freely admit were craptastic.




If you look at the date of that comment it WAS indeed for all intents and purposes a 'preseason prediction'.....and for what it is worth, now looking at it 4 weeks later, it DOES indeed seem to be as you put it 'craptastic'. I am more than man enough to admit I was apparently quite wrong. Reggie looks like he has grown up finally. As a Jags fan I am more than happy that I was wrong and hope he keeps right on making me look like a fool.

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Oops. I didn't look at the post time. :-] Sorry 'bout that.
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