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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    ok, think of it this way.
    In order to make a list based on your criteria, you would need to be VERY familiar with the players.
    We could easilly make a guess as to how we think our recievers ill pan out htis year, because thats all we talk about, but could you rate the jets, or the jags, or the titans as well and as in depth as you could the vikings??
    probably not.
    And I certainly don't think the ESPN writers could either.
    As a matter of fact, yes I can.


    But there are still many other teams I could not. And i understand your point, I just felt like breaking balls.

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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    I'll take Berrian, Rice, Wade, and Allison over Mason, Clayton, Williams, and Figurs anyday.
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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    ok, think of it this way.
    In order to make a list based on your criteria, you would need to be VERY familiar with the players.
    We could easilly make a guess as to how we think our recievers ill pan out htis year, because thats all we talk about, but could you rate the jets, or the jags, or the titans as well and as in depth as you could the vikings??
    probably not.
    And I certainly don't think the ESPN writers could either.
    Yes, it would be hard, but it would also be much more accurate.

    It's also their fucking job. The post it as-if its the end-all-be-all rankings, yet an average fan can shoot holes in it after 5 minutes. Thats pathetic.
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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    yes, its their job, but have you seen one well written article ever where the writer isn't writing about their local team or favourite team, and they get all the facts right, as well as know all there is to konw about the players?
    No.
    Honestly, I think at leastt a quarter of us on this site have the same football knowledge as these so called "experts"

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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    yes, its their job, but have you seen one well written article ever where the writer isn't writing about their local team or favourite team, and they get all the facts right, as well as know all there is to konw about the players?
    No.
    Honestly, I think at leastt a quarter of us on this site have the same football knowledge as these so called "experts"
    So you're saying that mediocrity is acceptable because its expected?
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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    definite upgrade w/o that POS Williamson here

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    Re: ESPN rates top receiving Cores in NFL

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    yes, its their job, but have you seen one well written article ever where the writer isn't writing about their local team or favourite team, and they get all the facts right, as well as know all there is to konw about the players?
    No.
    Honestly, I think at leastt a quarter of us on this site have the same football knowledge as these so called "experts"
    The diffrence is, they studied for it, they know inside stuff we don't know and they do a hell of a job putting things on paper. I don't think people should underestimate the job of a journalist
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