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Hambrick - Not Out of Sight, but Out of Mind

Postby slowkidz » Fri Jan 09, 2004 11:35 am

Hambrick's days in Dallas are not done, but he likely won't be the lead back heading into 2004. The Star-Telegram reports the team is interested in acquiring a lead back such as Duce Staley, Corey Dillon or Curtis Martin either through trade or free agency.
Fantasy Spin: Hambrick had his chance, and he didn't do much with it. It probably isn't even worth wasting a late-round pick on him. (Rob Hurtt/TSN)


I do like the idea of Dillon heading south. But having Martin re-unite with Parcells could be something extraordinary. :-?
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Postby Football Newbie » Fri Jan 09, 2004 11:45 am

i dont care where dillon goes. RUDI RUDI RUDI!!!!
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Postby Gunslinger » Fri Jan 09, 2004 11:53 am

Football Newbie wrote:i dont care where dillon goes. RUDI RUDI RUDI!!!!


LOL, agreed! ;-D
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Postby DUKE » Fri Jan 09, 2004 12:15 pm

Football Newbie wrote:i dont care where dillon goes. RUDI RUDI RUDI!!!!

amen brotha! But later in the draft, they should draft a running back for insurance.....not in the first couple of rds., but you can find some quality rb's in the later rds. if you play your cards right, alah Lee Suggs, O-Smith, Dom.Davis.....
Hambrick looked slow and out of shape this year. He reminded me of NFL-RonDayne.
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Re: Hambrick - Not Out of Sight, but Out of Mind

Postby KingGhidra » Fri Jan 09, 2004 1:24 pm

Slowkidz wrote:
Hambrick's days in Dallas are not done, but he likely won't be the lead back heading into 2004. The Star-Telegram reports the team is interested in acquiring a lead back such as Duce Staley, Corey Dillon or Curtis Martin either through trade or free agency.
Fantasy Spin: Hambrick had his chance, and he didn't do much with it. It probably isn't even worth wasting a late-round pick on him. (Rob Hurtt/TSN)


I do like the idea of Dillon heading south. But having Martin re-unite with Parcells could be something extraordinary. :-?


As good as Martin looked the last 3/4 of this season, I'm sure Parcells could squeeze 2-3 seasons more of productivity out of him. If I were the Cowboys, I'd rather have Buckhalter than Staley, but I doubt Reid lets both of them go.
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Postby Homeless » Fri Jan 09, 2004 2:27 pm

From a fantasy stand point i'd love to see Staley in Dallas, I think he will do VERY well there in 04.
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Postby moochman » Fri Jan 09, 2004 3:22 pm

Homeless wrote:From a fantasy stand point i'd love to see Staley in Dallas, I think he will do VERY well there in 04.


I think Staley will do well almost anywhere he goes. With Westbrook out, he should get the third down runs this weekend. Bet he has a big game.
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Postby deftdelivery » Fri Jan 09, 2004 3:46 pm

DUKE wrote:
Football Newbie wrote:i dont care where dillon goes. RUDI RUDI RUDI!!!!

amen brotha! But later in the draft, they should draft a running back for insurance.....not in the first couple of rds., but you can find some quality rb's in the later rds. if you play your cards right, alah Lee Suggs, O-Smith, Dom.Davis.....
Hambrick looked slow and out of shape this year. He reminded me of NFL-RonDayne.


I completely agree - bringing in a veteran helps, but they need some youth with speed and agility to help them out...an explosion off the bench would be a huge plus
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Postby Go Vikes » Fri Jan 09, 2004 6:25 pm

DUKE wrote:
Football Newbie wrote:i dont care where dillon goes. RUDI RUDI RUDI!!!!

you can find some quality rb's in the later rds. if you play your cards right, alah Lee Suggs, O-Smith, Dom.Davis.....
Hambrick looked slow and out of shape this year. He reminded me of NFL-RonDayne.


Yes, if you take a chance, it will pay off. O. Smith was considered first round talent, but he had character troubles. The coaches at Minny think he is a good guy. He turned it around, unlike William Green. If the 'boys can find a troubled back but they think they can turn his personality better, then take a shot at him.
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