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Maurice Stovall or Ernest Wilford?

Postby baseketball4life » Wed Aug 01, 2007 2:53 am

Who would you rather take? Personally i would take Stovall but i am not all too sure... i have heard him being compared to Terrell Owens and that Garcia has already built a good relationship with him... on the other hand you have Wilford who i think is the #3 WR for Jags... what kind of potential does he have? i am looking to pick up one of these guys as my 5th wide reciever in a league where we start 3. i already have Reggie Williams whom i like this year because of his rapport with leftwich should i pass on wilford and go for stovall?
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Re: Maurice Stovall or Ernest Wilford?

Postby maddog60 » Wed Aug 01, 2007 5:38 am

Unless Michael Clayton turns it around Stovall has an easy path to becoming the #1 WR in Tampa. I liked him coming into the draft, so I would take him especially since you have Reggie Williams.
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Re: Maurice Stovall or Ernest Wilford?

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