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Old 12-13-2006, 06:42 PM   #106
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Yeah, but the NFL covets speed. If you're not a deep threat, you're not likely going to be a top-prospect. Samarja will have a good career, because having good hands will always keep you employed in the NFL. But a guy like Ginn has the physical ability be a perennial Pro-Bowler.. Samarja doesnt have the same upside
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Old 12-13-2006, 09:08 PM   #107
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Dan Marino was a Pro Bowler BECAUSE of his arm.

Haha, damn.

When I said Pro Bowler about Marino, I mean a professional bowler.

Never even thought about the NFL Pro Bowl when I said that.
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Old 12-13-2006, 09:12 PM   #108
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Haha, damn.

When I said Pro Bowler about Marino, I mean a professional bowler.

Never even thought about the NFL Pro Bowl when I said that.
Yep, I got that, that is why I thought it was funny - it worked both ways :)
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Old 12-13-2006, 09:32 PM   #109
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Man, you are such a dumbass. I don't even understand why you can't see the obvious answer in this thread. What's even funnier is Troy Smith isn't even going to go second. The highest he'll get pick is third and most people don't have him in their first round. Both Quinn and Russel will go higher than him. They both have better physical attributes and have equivilent skill set. You have to realize that NFL scouts do not look at team success because thats exactly what it is "Team" sucess. Smith has a ridiculous amount of talents around him on offense.
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Old 12-14-2006, 12:19 AM   #110
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Man, you are such a dumbass. I don't even understand why you can't see the obvious answer in this thread. What's even funnier is Troy Smith isn't even going to go second. The highest he'll get pick is third and most people don't have him in their first round. Both Quinn and Russel will go higher than him.

Yeah and don't you people forget Michael Bush (I think that's his name) the RB from Louiville who broke his tibula in the first game. Many had him to be in the discussion for Heisman, and I have no doubt that Louiville would be in the Championship game is they still had him. If he's been working out, and close to 100%, he's going to blow people out of the water on his way up the draft charts.
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Old 12-14-2006, 12:22 AM   #111
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PleezeBelieve = Al Sharpton on crack!

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