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Re: GC: Dallas Cowgirls vs. Minnesota Viqueens

Postby joelamosobadiah » Sun Aug 31, 2008 10:28 am

The Lung wrote:
marley972 wrote:
The Lung wrote:WR Danny Amdenola! You heard it here first! :-b



He got cut today...Texas Tech sux anyway...Gig em


What are the Cowgirls thinking? They have two healthy wide receivers!

Oh, and sometime in the next two years, possibly as soon as next year, there will be a certain former Texas Tech wide receiver in the NFL that you and every other person in fantasy football will fawn over like a school girl. And you know it. ;-D


That's what I said as well, but here is what I said in another thread:
It sounds like they plan on signing one of either Amendola or Mike Jefferson to the practice squad if they clear waivers. Then at the end of the week when its easier to squeak a player through waivers and to the practice squad, they would try to sign them to the 53 and either Ball, Oglesby, or an OL would get released to the practice squad.

It's not too big a deal for one week though because Stanbach might be able to play Sunday and if not, Felix Jones and Jason Witten would share WR3 duties.


Expect lots of 2TE sets and LOTS of both Tashard Choice and MBIII because I think that Felix will be largely a WR/specialty role and not get a whole lot of down the middle runs.
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