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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "Acumen" wrote:
    So how does the depth chart look now for WRs?
    Last I checked at nfl.com it wasn't updated yet.
    I'm guessing:

    LWR: M. Robinson, B. Johnson, T. Williamson
    RWR: T. Taylor, B. McMuffin

    Does J. Carter see the light of day?
    That would have won you some money in Vegas if an undrafted rookie beats out the #7 overall pick for a roster spot.
    Sad state of affairs on the receiving corps this year, but they appear to have made a turn for the better.
    I think that would be the right ranking.

    Now lets hope that the result of this will be like snow said, that TWill learns his leason, gets back to his basic skill development, and gets to be a good reciever for us in the future.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    Speaking of WR's, this was on Fox Sports. I would love this!

    "It probably would take a king's ransom, but the Vikings would be foolish, if coach Dennis Green isn't back with the Arizona Cardinals next season, if they don't try to work a deal for Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr., who is from Minneapolis."

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "Slade" wrote:
    Speaking of WR's, this was on Fox Sports. I would love this!

    "It probably would take a king's ransom, but the Vikings would be foolish, if coach Dennis Green isn't back with the Arizona Cardinals next season, if they don't try to work a deal for Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr., who is from Minneapolis."

    I would love to see it but I can't see it happening with Leinert as their new QB and having Bolden and him as Matt's main targets I don't see them trading Fitzgerald.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    The sad thing is, Twill was getting open and running good routes. Just couldnt catch em. We need to hire Cris Carter as a wide receiver coach (or anything he wants to coach).

    Maybe next year he will be the star with Tjack. Ive seen it before, where they cant catch with one qb, but can with another. Right now we cant get anything for him.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "CCthebest" wrote:
    The sad thing is, Twill was getting open and running good routes. Just couldnt catch em. We need to hire Cris Carter as a wide receiver coach (or anything he wants to coach).

    Maybe next year he will be the star with Tjack. Ive seen it before, where they cant catch with one qb, but can with another. Right now we cant get anything for him.
    Yah, it's kinda hard to catch on with a QB when most of the balls either went off your chest or were right in your hands.

    I could see where that may be a hard thing to overcome.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "Slade" wrote:
    Speaking of WR's, this was on Fox Sports. I would love this!

    "It probably would take a king's ransom, but the Vikings would be foolish, if coach Dennis Green isn't back with the Arizona Cardinals next season, if they don't try to work a deal for Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr., who is from Minneapolis."
    I'd give em smoot, troy and a 2nd rounder.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    He should be the #5, if we have a big lead, or maybe in an occasional 4 receiver set, or possibly once a game, maybe give him a shot, but he's had plenty of opportunities to capitalize on, and hasn't.
    I think it's another example of why you draft based on 40 times.
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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "Irwin" wrote:
    Maybe he can catch a ball trown by TJack. It might be BJs ducks screwing up his timing.
    You mean the timing of closing his hands as the ball goes right through them?


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    Re: Williamson is now our #5

    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Irwin" wrote:
    Maybe he can catch a ball trown by TJack. It might be BJs ducks screwing up his timing.
    Now at least he'll get the chance to get his timing down with TJack when taking reps with the 2nd stringers in practice.
    3rd-stringers.

    And the only thing TJack's throwing these days is a clipboard.

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    Re: Williamson is now our #5


    http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/story/9855060

    DROPPING THE BALL
    If Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens is demanding the football, he needs to do a better job of holding on to it.

    No receiver in football has dropped more passes than T.O., whom Stats Inc. has credited with 12 drops.

    The next closest receivers are Minnesota's Troy Williamson (10), who recently was benched, and Darrell Jackson, who has had a history of trouble holding on to the football.

    T.O. had two drops Dec. 3 against the Giants. If the Cowboys are going to be headed to South Florida in February, T.O. can't drop the ball.

    well, i guess Twill is no longer the unsurest hands in the nfl..

    seems like lots of WR's this season are suffering the droppities.

    DiGiTaL

    "We tried to stick with it, but there was a point where we were beating our head against a wall," Seattle Coach Mora talking about running at the Williams Wall

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