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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby treat24 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 9:52 am

deerayfan072 wrote:
PMoneyTKE wrote:I think they sign C-Pep, but thats just a hunch I have...


Petrino, McKay, and Blank have all said they have no interest in him. I think they are calling this season a wash and Petrino is hoping they finish in dead last and he can draft Brohm


i can easily see that...

even if they got Cpepp... he's done... it won't help.. :-D
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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby shaba » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:32 am

Joey is the man for now under center...He wont take them anywhere far & can only manage the offense. There isn't a whole lot of options right now for the Falcons.

C-pep = washed up

Holcomb is more than likely going to get cut from Philly so he could @ least find a home in Atlanta...Not that he is the answer.

Hey but what the hell..Aaron Brooks, Vicks cousin is available y dont the seek him..lol
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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby DocSlinky » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:06 am

The Falcons right now are probably feeling a lot like the Dolphins did a couple of years ago when Ricky announced his "retirement/bong trip around the world" immediately before training camp opened. I.e. "what the hairy heck do we do now?!?!"
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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby theimitator » Wed Jul 25, 2007 6:08 pm

DocSlinky wrote:The Falcons right now are probably feeling a lot like the Dolphins did a couple of years ago when Ricky announced his "retirement/bong trip around the world" immediately before training camp opened. I.e. "what the hairy heck do we do now?!?!"


That Vick for LT/Brees trade is looking better than pretty good right about now!

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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby Santacruzer » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:23 pm

WeArePSU11' wrote:In all seriousness though, Even if Joey still has little to no fantasy value, this has to raise crumplers and possibly joe horn's value. I mean vick would have 120 yards in a game where crumpler had 60 of those and he had the only touchdown. Even if Joey puts up 200 yds with 1 td and 2 int every game, i garuntee you Crumpler is just a little more consistant than he was last year. Anyone in Atlanta besides Vick has to have a positive impact on the fantasy value of the recievers

I don't agree that Harrington will have a positive impact. Try and name a WR that had any real value while playing alongside him? Roy Williams was finally able to break the 50% catch percentage with him gone, and Chambers fell off the face of the Earth and only caught 40% of the balls scattered his way last year while being blessed with Harrington in the lineup.

Not a good time to be a Falcons fan.
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Re: Joey Harrington

Postby moochman » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:15 pm

Harrington's only hope is that he is one of those QBs, stop snickering I said one of those, not one of those. One of those QBs who take time to mature. He does throw a nice looking pass, not consistantly and not in any specific direction, but possibly he is ready to step up and be an NFL QB.

Okay, now I can't stop snickering.
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