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Postby creamdoorthirtyniner » Sun Sep 26, 2004 6:31 pm

DanDigital wrote:T.J. is quickly becoming Carson Palmer's favorite receiver.


Well when the guy needs a friggin 4x4 wood plank to fit his entire name on the jersey, I expect him to get noticed

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Postby Shatner8 » Sun Sep 26, 2004 8:26 pm

Dropped Warrick for him in a league that awards points for return yardage. Looks like he has more value, now that hes returning kicks
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Postby RoxSox » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:48 pm

Does TJ have more long term value than Lelie? :-?
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Postby gatorman1122 » Wed Sep 29, 2004 12:42 am

how do you pronounce his name????Houshmandzadeh??? Who's-A-Man-what????
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Postby Plindsey88 » Wed Sep 29, 2004 8:55 am

gatorman1122 wrote:how do you pronounce his name????Houshmandzadeh??? Who's-A-Man-what????


Hush-Man-Zah-Duh

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Postby Mercer Boy » Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:08 am

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gatorman1122 wrote:how do you pronounce his name????Houshmandzadeh??? Who's-A-Man-what????


Hush-Man-Zah-Duh

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Tell that to Pat Summerall...he murdered his name about 10 times last Sunday night... :-B
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Postby Ben_ffc » Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:10 am

this talk is silliness.

cj is the man.
warrick is the compliment to the man.
kelley washington will become another excellent compliment to the man.
houshmanzadeh (hoosh-mun-ZAH-duh) is a gritty scrapper who will get his, but with little consistency.

he's quicker than he is fast, but he does have great hands.

he is most assuredly not carson's favorite target.

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Postby Birderdude » Wed Sep 29, 2004 10:12 am

How can you tell who Palmers favorite receiver is when half of his passes are so far off target you can't tell who he was throwing to in the first place. :-#

Meanwhile the Bengels playoff chances sit on the bench wearing #3.

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Postby phunkadelic » Wed Sep 29, 2004 10:35 am

When healthy, Warrick and TJ share punt returns (that's how it's always been, and will remain). On kick-offs, TJ splits returns with Kenny Watson (even though they don't seem set on these two guys.

TJ is an extremely good receiver, better than Washington. He kinda has a mouth on him though. Marvin Lewis seems to like him as he kept him on the roster all last year even though he was injured (if he was on the IR which I don't think he was, it wasn't until later in the season). He cut some pretty good WR/Special teamers in Ron Dugans and Danny Farmer to keep TJ around.

I see TJ easily being the #3 receiver, and #2 when Warrick is hurt - which will be off and on all season, probably more often than most people think.
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Postby Paladyr » Wed Sep 29, 2004 10:41 am

phunkadelic wrote:When healthy, Warrick and TJ share punt returns (that's how it's always been, and will remain). On kick-offs, TJ splits returns with Kenny Watson (even though they don't seem set on these two guys.

TJ is an extremely good receiver, better than Washington. He kinda has a mouth on him though. Marvin Lewis seems to like him as he kept him on the roster all last year even though he was injured (if he was on the IR which I don't think he was, it wasn't until later in the season). He cut some pretty good WR/Special teamers in Ron Dugans and Danny Farmer to keep TJ around.

I see TJ easily being the #3 receiver, and #2 when Warrick is hurt - which will be off and on all season, probably more often than most people think.


I disagree. TJ is a very average receiver. He had a good game this last week but in the weeks before he dropped some big passes. I remember one that would've been a TD, he caught out of bounds when he very easily could've stayed in bounds. He's just not going to be a very steady performer as they won't specifcally design plays for him like they did warrick last year in the red zone.
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