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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    Yea it'll be fun to see what he can do the next few weeks with Burleson out (not sure when he'll be back). I really enjoy watching him make plays. When I drafted him in my fantasy league I was hoping for great things out of him. When I didn't see that the first couple of weeks I was a little disappointed. But then in the New Orleans game he had a phenomenal day and I didn't even play him.

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    now that troy is finally getting some play time, i think he is doing a great job. both BMW and Edwards are hurt so i guess we do have the best because he can actually play.
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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    A year or two from now 31 NFL teams will be kicking themselves for not taking Chris Henry in the first round of the 2005 NFL draft.
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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    "JohnStofa" wrote:
    A year or two from now 31 NFL teams will be kicking themselves for not taking Chris Henry in the first round of the 2005 NFL draft.
    Maybe, Maybe not.

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    TWill is coming along nicely...if DC would have been a little more accurate with that pass to him in the end zone, TWill would have added to his TD totals as well!
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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    TWill is coming along nicely...if DC would have been a little more accurate with that pass to him in the end zone, TWill would have added to his TD totals as well!
    That really irks me :boohoo:

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    Pep underthrew that pass in the endzone and it almost ended up being intercepted. i know everybody was saying it was T-Will fault by not looking back for the ball but if the play was designed for the back of the endzone i don't blame him for not being in the right spot.

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    Wow, my thread lives on!! I am still very happy with T-Will, and he made a perfect move to get wide open on that play and he loses a TD and about 20 yards right? It was an awful pass by C-Pep and had the KFAN homers calling for his head. I hope C-Pep finds his way, because T-Wil can be a game-breaker.

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    "mnvikes61" wrote:
    Pep underthrew that pass in the endzone and it almost ended up being intercepted. i know everybody was saying it was T-Will fault by not looking back for the ball but if the play was designed for the back of the endzone i don't blame him for not being in the right spot.
    I agree mnvikes...it wasn't Williamson's fault. C-Pep also missed him pretty much wide open when he overthrew him and we had to settle for the field goal. The only play that could be Williamson's fault was the slant pattern he ran where he caught the ball, got hit by two guys and then dropped it. He should have caught that one.

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    Re: The rookie WR class - happy with Williamson?

    yah i thought they should have challenged that play where he dropped it almost looked to me that he was down and then dropped it. oh well i think he's developing nicely though.

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