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Postby Turnip » Wed Sep 01, 2004 12:11 am

koffeeboy wrote:Still plenty of room on the Hambrick band wagon. In fact...

All seats are currently available.

We will need AT LEAST 1 person to join before we can pull away from the station....

Anyone, Anyone?!


I added him in one of my leagues earlier today *before* the trade, but after I heard he walked out, just in case he ended up in Miami. But he is about to walk out of my team too. So I don't think I jumped on the bandwagon, I just pre-ordered tickets in case the bandwagon was headed to Miami, and now I"m getting a refund :)
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Postby GMoney » Wed Sep 01, 2004 12:16 am

i dont think he moves ahead of anderson or scobey... or emmit.... which makes him the 4th running back on that team....
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Postby Turnip » Wed Sep 01, 2004 12:20 am

GMoney wrote:i dont think he moves ahead of anderson or scobey... or emmit.... which makes him the 4th running back on that team....


There hasn't been much info about his role, but from what little there has been one would assume Hambrick is the clear #2. This trade wouldn't have been made if Denny Green wanted a #4.
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Postby IRON CHEF » Wed Sep 01, 2004 12:40 am

Turnip wrote:
GMoney wrote:i dont think he moves ahead of anderson or scobey... or emmit.... which makes him the 4th running back on that team....


There hasn't been much info about his role, but from what little there has been one would assume Hambrick is the clear #2. This trade wouldn't have been made if Denny Green wanted a #4.


Thats what I am thinking, I bet Hambrick was brought in as Smith's clear backup. Hey as much as you guys hate Hambone he may just be worth owning. Smith is a question mark and if Hambrick starts value of course can be found no matter how much he sucks.
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Postby INKcogKNEEdough » Wed Sep 01, 2004 1:02 am

I think he CLEARLY becomes the number 2 immediately.NOt by any means because he is good, but by default. Once Emmitt gets hurt(inevitable and thats coming from a BIG Emmitt Smith fan) He will be their first choice to fill in, and even has a slight shot to out produce Emmitt even.


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Postby mikehunt » Wed Sep 01, 2004 8:38 am

I just find it funny he was Emmitt's back up in dallas. He becomes the starter last year and now is cut and is the back up to Emmitt again. (I know this was said before) but I think it is great.

Maybe after game 2 they can have a cry together saying how the just want to run as hard as they can. Better yet tie thier legs together and make one big, good, back out of the both of them.

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Postby Wesley Walker » Wed Sep 01, 2004 9:22 am

So I have a first round pick. Should I take Deuce, Portis, or Hambrick?

Really, though, I take the reports that he'll back-up Emmitt at face value and place him ahead of Scobey and Anderson on my depth charts. Or why would they have picked him up?

Not that this gives him any fantasy value at the moment?

But I ask you...

Have not stranger things not happened?
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Postby citti34 » Wed Sep 01, 2004 10:47 am

He's a turd, and that's all i'll say about him. Ge the hell out of oakland.Image
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