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Re: Marvin Harrison......opinions on this upcoming season.

Postby Cowboys 4 life » Wed Jul 30, 2008 11:00 pm

onnestabe wrote:I really like Harrison's value this year. I think he will come back strong, and Peyton will still target him quite a bit since they have such a great rapport. Also, with so many people seemingly waiting for Reggie Wayne to pass Marvin on depth charts, I think a lot of people will move Harrison farther down the rankings than they should. It seems like older WRs tend to come back for at least one more good year after they start to see the injuries come. It's entirely possible that you could get #1 WR production out of him for a #2 WR price.


I do to. I think he carries some risk but who doesn't. He has a lot of value at where he being drafted. Someone is going to be like the butchers dog if he comes back to form. Remember early in his career he had a season ending injury after posting great numbers to start. Next year I grabbed him around where he is being drafted this year and it paid dividends.

I'd gamble on him if the price was right.
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Re: Marvin Harrison......opinions on this upcoming season.

Postby mattUTD20 » Thu Jul 31, 2008 9:34 am

If you draft Harrison, should you draft AG also? After watching AG at the end of last season I think he has great potential to be a strong WR2 if Harrison breaks down and is undoubtedly in one of the best situations a young WR can be in. Is it worth it to hedge your bet if you take Harrison by taking AG?
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Re: Marvin Harrison......opinions on this upcoming season.

Postby bungle613 » Thu Jul 31, 2008 9:40 am

mattUTD20 wrote:If you draft Harrison, should you draft AG also? After watching AG at the end of last season I think he has great potential to be a strong WR2 if Harrison breaks down and is undoubtedly in one of the best situations a young WR can be in. Is it worth it to hedge your bet if you take Harrison by taking AG?


Very valid point. Everyone carries risk but Harrison has moved up to a different category now with the age and injury. If you are investing a 6th rounder you may have to invest the 7th, maybe 8th for Gonzalez. Now, does that make Harrison a good value if it is costing you 2 picks?
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