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    Willie Parker vs. The NFL RB Crop

    [size=13pt]Willie Parker vs. The NFL RB Crop[/size]

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    Posted on Mon Mar 24, 2008 at 01:44:18 PM EDT



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    Re: Willie Parker vs. The NFL RB Crop

    Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings: If this guy can stay healthy, look out NFL. Definitely one of the most exciting players I've ever seen play football. Forget Devon Hestor and one-trick ponies like that, Peterson can do it all: run, catch, block, return kicks. No bold predictions about his career from me due to his injury riddled past, but how upset must the teams who passed on Peterson be as of now? Edge: Peterson
    Block? Obviously this author hasn't watched too many Vikings games.

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    Re: Willie Parker vs. The NFL RB Crop

    "singersp" wrote:
    Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings: If this guy can stay healthy, look out NFL. Definitely one of the most exciting players I've ever seen play football. Forget Devon Hestor and one-trick ponies like that, Peterson can do it all: run, catch, block, return kicks. No bold predictions about his career from me due to his injury riddled past, but how upset must the teams who passed on Peterson be as of now? Edge: Peterson
    Block? Obviously this author hasn't watched too many Vikings games.
    No shit, he compares Chester Taylor to Mewelde Moore in this one.

    Chester Taylor, Minnesota Vikings: I'm trying to figure out why exactly Taylor got paid so handsomely (4 years, $14.1, $5.6 guaranteed) prior to the 2006 season but I can't. As Jamal Lewis' backup in Baltimore, he had some okay seasons, but nothing special. Nothing really more impressive than what Mewelde Moore did as a reserve in Minny prior to heading here, yet we got Moore for pennies on the dollar compared to what Taylor was had for. Edge: Parker


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    Re: Willie Parker vs. The NFL RB Crop

    "singersp" wrote:
    Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings: If this guy can stay healthy, look out NFL. Definitely one of the most exciting players I've ever seen play football. Forget Devon Hestor and one-trick ponies like that, Peterson can do it all: run, catch, block, return kicks. No bold predictions about his career from me due to his injury riddled past, but how upset must the teams who passed on Peterson be as of now? Edge: Peterson
    Block? Obviously this author hasn't watched too many Vikings games.
    I know, AP wasn't allowed near the field during passing plays much less to try to block.
    I agree.

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