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Old 12-14-2009, 03:35 PM   #16
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Someone pulled my coat to this. Chris Johnson was the most explosive plays in 1 season than any RB in the history of the game. It was hard to believe until i saw the stats then Chris Johnsons this season. Johnson and Jackson are neck and neck. The funny thing is the Eagles dont even use Jackson as much as they should. Action Jackson people, so happy we landed him. I wanted him first round. Eagles kept f*ckin with my emotions on draft day.

Thanks for passing him up Dallas Cowboys...morons.
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:40 PM   #17
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Play-Makers on full display yesterday.
Brandon Marshall - 21 catches, 200 yards, 2 TD's
Whoever had Marshall in a point per reception league must of been really really really happy. 21 points for the catches, 20 points for the 200 yards, and 12 points for the TDs, Total of 53 points. wow
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:51 PM   #18
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Whoever had Marshall in a point per reception league must of been really really really happy. 21 points for the catches, 20 points for the 200 yards, and 12 points for the TDs, Total of 53 points. wow

My league he got 68pts...i know because thats who i faced this week.
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:03 PM   #19
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Someone pulled my coat to this. Chris Johnson was the most explosive plays in 1 season than any RB in the history of the game. It was hard to believe until i saw the stats then Chris Johnsons this season. Johnson and Jackson are neck and neck. The funny thing is the Eagles dont even use Jackson as much as they should. Action Jackson people, so happy we landed him. I wanted him first round. Eagles kept f*ckin with my emotions on draft day.

Thanks for passing him up Dallas Cowboys...morons.
theyre not the only ones, the rams picked donnie avery over d jax
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:15 PM   #20
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Someone pulled my coat to this. Chris Johnson was the most explosive plays in 1 season than any RB in the history of the game. It was hard to believe until i saw the stats then Chris Johnsons this season. Johnson and Jackson are neck and neck. The funny thing is the Eagles dont even use Jackson as much as they should. Action Jackson people, so happy we landed him. I wanted him first round. Eagles kept f*ckin with my emotions on draft day.

Thanks for passing him up Dallas Cowboys...morons.
I don't even remember Dallas considering a WR that year, why are you say that WE are the ones that slipped on him?

we had to go RB afer letting Julius go...and we also HAD to have another CB...

Owens and company went 13-3 the year before...
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:45 PM   #21
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I don't even remember Dallas considering a WR that year, why are you say that WE are the ones that slipped on him?

we had to go RB afer letting Julius go...and we also HAD to have another CB...

Owens and company went 13-3 the year before...

WR was a need. Dallas had nothing on the other side of TO. Desean would have been perfect especially as the future #1 replacement. He also brought punt returning abilities Dallas could have used. You must not keep tabs on your own teams draft needs. Blame it on the allllllllcohol eh?

Dallas passed up on a top 10 talent. Thank you again.
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WR was a need. Dallas had nothing on the other side of TO. Desean would have been perfect especially as the future #1 replacement. He also brought punt returning abilities Dallas could have used. You must not keep tabs on your own teams draft needs. Blame it on the allllllllcohol eh?

Dallas passed up on a top 10 talent. Thank you again.


little man is top 10 talent huh?

Miles Austin >>>>> DeSean

thank god we didn't draft him...(assuming we actually wanted a WR rather than the things we actually needed)
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:49 PM   #23
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Miles Austin >>>>> DeSean
The Fuck?
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:52 PM   #24
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yeah...

Miles is twice his size and maybe just as fast...

and right now Miles has better stats unless you are wanting to include punt returning...

and even with punt returns included Miles still has more TDs...
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Top 10 talent in the draft. I forgot who i was replying too.

And Dallas did need a WR across from T.Owens. Why you forget that? Beyond me. RB and CB were needs too. But WR was as well. To act as if RB/CB were bigger needs than WR is funny and wrong. I shouldnt have to tell a Dallas fan that but consider the source.

Again thank you for not taking Desean Jackson.
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how many gms would really take miles austin over desean jackson, be honest with yourself.
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:03 PM   #27
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Top 10 talent in the draft. I forgot who i was replying too.

And Dallas did need a WR across from T.Owens. Why you forget that? Beyond me. RB and CB were needs too. But WR was as well. To act as if RB/CB were bigger needs than WR is funny and wrong. I shouldnt have to tell a Dallas fan that but consider the source.

Again thank you for not taking Desean Jackson.
Picks: RB Felix Jones, DB Mike Jenkins, TE Martellus Bennett, RB Tashard Choice, DB Orlando Scandrick, DL Erik Walden

oh yeah, clearly we felt depleted at WR...

Henry was OLD...

Barber isn't an everydown back...

Crayton was decent, and Romo had no issues...

yet you expected us to take a WR over the stuff we really needed???

no one on the planet had us going after a WR in the first round...and we didn't feel th need to take one any of the other rounds either...

how about you start jumping down the troats of the teams that took a WR over him?
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:05 PM   #28
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how many gms would really take miles austin over desean jackson, be honest with yourself.
You are thinking it is a no brainer because of what Jackson brings to special teams?

are you aware that Miles wasn't even a starter the first 4 games of the season and he still has top 10 stats?
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Picks: RB Felix Jones, DB Mike Jenkins, TE Martellus Bennett, RB Tashard Choice, DB Orlando Scandrick, DL Erik Walden

oh yeah, clearly we felt depleted at WR...

Henry was OLD...

Barber isn't an everydown back...

Crayton was decent, and Romo had no issues...

yet you expected us to take a WR over the stuff we really needed???

no one on the planet had us going after a WR in the first round...and we didn't feel th need to take one any of the other rounds either...

how about you start jumping down the troats of the teams that took a WR over him?

Plenty of people had Dallas drafting WR. Go do your research, something you rarely ever do. Guess who Dallas aquired then overpaid not too long after the draft primetime? Roy Williams. I wonder why?

Moron.
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33 St. Louis Rams Donnie Avery Wide receiver Houston
34 Washington Redskins (from Oakland through Atlanta) Devin Thomas Wide receiver Michigan State
36 Green Bay Packers(from New York Jets) Jordy Nelson Wide receiver Kansas State
41 Buffalo Bills James Hardy Wide receiver Indiana
42 Denver Broncos Eddie Royal Wide receiver Virginia Tech
46 Cincinnati Bengals Jerome Simpson Wide receiver Coastal Carolina
49 Philadelphia Eagles DeSean Jackson Wide receiver California


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there, go make fun of those guys and stop pretending like Dallas f*cked up...
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