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    Re: Offense better with no stud WR?

    "Del" wrote:
    You guys crack me up.

    Especially Randy's list of big name WR's.

    Where did big name WR's come from? Were they born from a football when it rained gatoraide on them? Seriously use your noggin.

    People make names for themselves. Your actions on the field make your name. What is a WR core made of no names? It is a core of athletically talented people who have an opportunity to make a name for themselve.

    I guarantee someone will stand out this season. Someone will take the opportunity and run with it. His jersey sales will go through the roof and he will have posts made about him that he is a great. No one will remember he was a nobody, he will have magically been birthed out of obscurity in some far off dimention where random statistics and Topps trading cards float around and form all-stars when they collide with force.

    Yes we will be fine.
    Exactly.....

    RM had to overcome CC's shadow.

    TO had to overcome the shadow of Rice.

    Steve Smith and Muhamid, I wouldn't consider them "great" WRs, they have had some great seasons.

    These guys, Keenan McCardell, Keyshawn Johnson, Tim Brown and Jerry Rice, have been proving themselves for a long time.

    Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, and Rod Smith all made a name for themselves from nothing.

    A stud made for threads containing his name will apear this year at WR.
    Heck, we made K-Rob our stud.
    Heck, the guy couldn't catch the ball in his hands, body catcher.

    Stay Purple Ya'll

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    Re: Offense better with no stud WR?

    Looks like we may have another face to the crowd...:

    "As of Monday afternoon, Childress had not watched any film of free-agent receiver Charles Rogers, whom Detroit released Saturday. But, Childress said, 'we still have time.'"

    http://www.startribune.com/510/story/655257.html
    -Sno

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