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Daddy-O

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  • Birthday 01/23/1969

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  1. We drafted great players and when the day comes that we can sign FA's, we will fill our other needs! This will be a great season and I see great things from our "O"!
  2. Great post... Jones can block (and block really good)and we need that for Turner. Jones is a very hard worker and will do very well for us. As for your last part, I couldn't agree more. I agree that the falcons were not thrilled with any of the other players they could have gotten in the first round. We still have enough picks to get some good "D"/"O" players, so i am not worried. We will finish up this draft with great picks.
  3. Jones had more drops than any receiver on the list and the second-highest drop percentage, but his catch-to-drop ratio wasn't out of line. 2010 Stats: Dropping the Ball WR Team Targets Rec. Drops Drop Pct. Catch-to-drop ratio Larry Fitzgerald Cardinals 175 90 4 2.3% 22.5 Danny Amendola Rams 121 85 4 3.3% 21.3 Julio Jones Alabama 108 78 8 7.4% 9.8 Mike Williams Seahawks 108 65 7 6.5% 9.3 Michael Crabtree 49ers 98 55 6 6.1% 9.2 Steve Breaston Cardinals 84 47 7 8.3% 6.7 I got this from http://espn.go.com/b...-dropped-passes great read about Jerry Rice (who by the way dropped lots of passe
  4. Jones had more drops than any receiver on the list and the second-highest drop percentage, but his catch-to-drop ratio wasn't out of line. 2010 Stats: Dropping the Ball WR Team Targets Rec. Drops Drop Pct. Catch-to-drop ratio Larry Fitzgerald Cardinals 175 90 4 2.3% 22.5 Danny Amendola Rams 121 85 4 3.3% 21.3 Julio Jones Alabama 108 78 8 7.4% 9.8 Mike Williams Seahawks 108 65 7 6.5% 9.3 Michael Crabtree 49ers 98 55 6 6.1%
  5. First...Sorry if posted. The Raiders have reportedly informed teams that every player on their roster is available. The Raiders tried the same tactic at this time last year, but were unable to consumate a trade. CB Nnamdi Asomugha is the Raiders' most talented player, but his massive contract will make him hard to move. RB Michael Bush, who is a free agent at the end of the season and will make only $550,000 in 2010, is a prime trade candidate. ESPN's Adam Schefter mentioned lesser lights such as CB Chris Johnson and LB Thomas Howard as the most likely to be dealt. Source: Adam Schefter on Twi
  6. Was just wondering if anyone knows if he is playing this weekend or if Stephen Nicholas is the starter? Just wanted to know how Weatherspoon did in practice, etc... Thanks for any info
  7. Basic stats on both (Career) Hurd- 5 years 31 REC 510 YRDS 16.5 AVG. 53 LONG 2 TD Crayton-7 years 196 REC 2888 YARDS 14.7 AVG 80 LONG 23 TD
  8. Crayton is still a Cowboy but if released maybe he would be a better fit for us and cheaper??? What are your thoughts? http://sports.espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/news/story?id=5526657 ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton wants to be released, his agent, Fred Lyles said. Cowboys wideout Patrick Crayton comments on his status with the Cowboys and how to handle being part of a team while you're on the trading block. Crayton, who sought a release following April's NFL draft when the Cowboys selected Dez Bryant in the first round, backed off when training camp started. But the
  9. San Francisco 49ers Webster was the highest Aggie drafted in the 2000 NFL Draft as he was selected in the second round (48th overall) by the San Francisco 49ers. Played in all 16 games with 10 starts as a rookie in 2000, finishing the season with 44 tackles and two interceptions. Made his first start against the St. Louis Rams in place of the injured Monty Montgomery and also started the final nine games of the season. Became the first 49ers rookie since Tim McKyer to return an interception for a touchdown Started all 16 games of the 2001 season and finished the season with 75 tackles, eight p
  10. I'm not even going to complain (well there is no reason 2), its just fans voting but come on..... :P This is almost as bad as the media ranking the teams- Saints top fan rankings; 32-in-32 series begins Posted: June 7th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff | Tags: NFL Total Access, 32 Teams in 32 Days You, the fans, spoke in large numbers. And the results are in: The defending Super Bowl champion Saints are still the team to beat in the NFL. Be sure to tune in to “NFL Total Access” on NFL Network beginning Monday, June 7 at 7 p.m. ET to catch the first installment of “32 teams in 32 days.” The series wil
  11. Thanks for posting, good watch! Cant wait to see him play on Sundays!
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