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    NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

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    Darren Sharper and Madieu Williams are strong playmakers. Williams adds sticky coverage skills. Michael Boulware provides experienced depth, and rookie Tyrell Johnson could get time in the nickel package.
    http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=412093

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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    This is titties.

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    Thanks for the read my freind.

    Corey Chavous is coming off a down year and could be replaced in '09
    I didn't even realize he was still on a active roster.
    :

    After using second-round picks on safeties the past two years (Daniel Bullocks and Gerald Alexander), the team still signed Dwight Smith to help execute the Tampa 2 scheme. Bullocks and Alexander have a lot to learn.
    = Clueless in the secondary.
    Even TJ should be able to pick them apart.
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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    Brian Dawkins.
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    Sharper & Williams should create a great tandem, can't wait to see how it pans out


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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    [size=13pt]Vikings Notes: Praise for Sharper, Williams, and Company[/size]

    By Anthony Hall
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    May 17th, 2008


    The acquisitions of Allen and Berrian have distracted attention from the signing of Williams, but come September, we’ll be singing the praises of Rick Spielman for signing this guy....

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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    Nice read my friend.
    Thanks.

    However, I’ve said all along that Sharper is often overrated by members of the national media, and this ditty from the Sporting News is a perfect example of that.
    Funny, I've only seen a couple posters on here question Sharpers skills.



    I could have sworn that Cook picked up many more penalties than that, so I’m glad to hear that he kept his infractions to a minimum (my list of things to criticize about Cook just got a little shorter).
    Alot of people missed how Cooks play got significantly better as the year went on.
    I for one think him and Herrera will mainstays on the right side for alot of years to come.
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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Nice read my friend.
    Thanks.

    However, I’ve said all along that Sharper is often overrated by members of the national media, and this ditty from the Sporting News is a perfect example of that.
    Funny, I've only seen a couple posters on here question Sharpers skills.



    I could have sworn that Cook picked up many more penalties than that, so I’m glad to hear that he kept his infractions to a minimum (my list of things to criticize about Cook just got a little shorter).
    Alot of people missed how Cooks play got significantly better as the year went on.
    I for one think him and Herrera will mainstays on the right side for alot of years to come.
    I don't question his skills. I question his motives for playing. I am undecided if he is a glory hound.

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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Nice read my friend.
    Thanks.

    However, I’ve said all along that Sharper is often overrated by members of the national media, and this ditty from the Sporting News is a perfect example of that.
    Funny, I've only seen a couple posters on here question Sharpers skills.




    I could have sworn that Cook picked up many more penalties than that, so I’m glad to hear that he kept his infractions to a minimum (my list of things to criticize about Cook just got a little shorter).
    Alot of people missed how Cooks play got significantly better as the year went on.
    I for one think him and Herrera will mainstays on the right side for alot of years to come.
    I don't question his skills. I question his motives for playing. I am undecided if he is a glory hound.
    I question his skills.
    And I will continue to question them.
    He's a ball-hawker in a system that does not call for that.


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    Re: NFC team reports: focus on safeties (rankings)

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Nice read my friend.
    Thanks.

    However, I’ve said all along that Sharper is often overrated by members of the national media, and this ditty from the Sporting News is a perfect example of that.
    Funny, I've only seen a couple posters on here question Sharpers skills.




    I could have sworn that Cook picked up many more penalties than that, so I’m glad to hear that he kept his infractions to a minimum (my list of things to criticize about Cook just got a little shorter).
    Alot of people missed how Cooks play got significantly better as the year went on.
    I for one think him and Herrera will mainstays on the right side for alot of years to come.
    I don't question his skills. I question his motives for playing. I am undecided if he is a glory hound.
    I question his skills.
    And I will continue to question them.
    He's a ball-hawker in a system that does not call for that.


    =Z=
    LOL.
    Adequately articulated Z.


    The way I see it, Sharp is one of the last remaining pieces that needs to be replaced. Seems we might have that replacement on the roster this year.

    I hope he gets a little seasoning before he is thrown to the wolves though ala TJ, Cook, McCauley, Greenway etc.
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