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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    "VikemanX84" wrote:
    When you have Lloyd, Moss, and Antwaan Randel El, you don't lack depth at WR.

    I suppose anyone could take anybody though.
    Check this out to understand how screwed the Redskins are. There is also quite a bit about the Lloyd trade and how much trouble he is.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    "VikemanX84" wrote:
    When you have Lloyd, Moss, and Antwaan Randel El, you don't lack depth at WR.

    I suppose anyone could take anybody though.
    Lloyd SUCKS...and Randel El didn't produce nearly what he was expected to.
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

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    There are plenty of athletes that do the same..
    That does not make it acceptable.

    It's along the same lines as when you were younger, "If your friend jumped off a bridge, would you?"
    It doesn't make it acceptable, but Moss takes way more shit than he deserves. Being the player that he is, the press puts a bad twist to anything he does, and this is where his reputation comes from mostly.

    If Favre walks off the field with 4 seconds left, it just goes to show how dedicated he is to the team, and what a great player he is. But if Moss does it, he's a selfish prick.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    "canadian_vikes_fan" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    There are plenty of athletes that do the same..
    That does not make it acceptable.

    It's along the same lines as when you were younger, "If your friend jumped off a bridge, would you?"
    It doesn't make it acceptable, but Moss takes way more pooh than he deserves. Being the player that he is, the press puts a bad twist to anything he does, and this is where his reputation comes from mostly.

    If Favre walks off the field with 4 seconds left, it just goes to show how dedicated he is to the team, and what a great player he is. But if Moss does it, he's a selfish prick.
    Let the media do what they want, who cares?

    Still does not make it acceptable.
    The walking off the field is not a big deal to me.
    Saying that you play when you feel like.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "canadian_vikes_fan" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    There are plenty of athletes that do the same..
    That does not make it acceptable.

    It's along the same lines as when you were younger, "If your friend jumped off a bridge, would you?"
    It doesn't make it acceptable, but Moss takes way more pooh than he deserves. Being the player that he is, the press puts a bad twist to anything he does, and this is where his reputation comes from mostly.

    If Favre walks off the field with 4 seconds left, it just goes to show how dedicated he is to the team, and what a great player he is. But if Moss does it, he's a selfish prick.
    Let the media do what they want, who cares?

    Still does not make it acceptable.
    The walking off the field is not a big deal to me.
    Saying that you play when you feel like.
    What I'm saying is that other players doing the same thing as Moss did wouldn't be considered selfish players.

    And about the playing when he feels like it, that bothered me, but put into a good situation, he can still excel. When he and Daunte were kicking ass, Moss really was giving it all and you could see it. But it's harder when you're playing for some of those crappy Vikings teams around 2000 or the Raiders.

    Personally, I wouldn't have any problem bringing him back, especially for a 3rd rounder. As much as first rounders are often busts, it's almost impossible to get great players in the later rounds, so getting a proven player (and a fan favourite) would be a good move IMO.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    i too am against drafting a receiver in the first round unless your team is on the verge. but i was surprised at wide receivers drafted in the first round. i thought they fared MUCH worse than they actually did.


    1982
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 11 Anthony Hancock WR Tennessee
    1 13 Lindsay Scott WR Georgia
    1 19 Perry Tuttle WR Clemson
    1 20 Mike Quick WR North Carolina State
    1983
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 18 Willie Gault WR Tennessee

    1984
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 1 Irving Fryar WR Nebraska
    1 4 Kenny Jackson WR Penn State
    1 17 Clyde Duncan WR Tennessee
    1 23 Louis Lipps WR Southern Mississippi
    1985
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 10 Al Toon WR Wisconsin
    1 13 Eddie Brown WR Miami
    1 16 Jerry Rice WR Mississippi Valley
    1 23 Jessie Hester WR Florida State
    1986
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 18 Mike Sherrard WR UCLA
    1 21 Tim McGee WR Tennessee
    1987
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 20 Haywood Jeffires WR North Carolina State
    1 27 Ricky Nattiel WR Florida
    1 28 Mark Ingram WR Michigan State
    1988
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 6 Tim Brown WR Notre Dame
    1 7 Sterling Sharpe WR South Carolina
    1 11 Michael Irvin WR Miami
    1 15 Anthony Miller WR Tennessee
    1 20 Aaron Cox WR Arizona State
    1 27 Wendell Davis WR Louisiana State
    1989
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 13 Eric Metcalf WR Texas
    1 16 Hart Lee Dykes WR Oklahoma State
    1 22 Andre Rison WR Michigan State
    1 27 Shawn Collins WR Northern Arizona
    1989
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 13 Eric Metcalf WR Texas
    1 16 Hart Lee Dykes WR Oklahoma State
    1 22 Andre Rison WR Michigan State
    1 27 Shawn Collins WR Northern Arizona
    1990
    no 1st rnd receiver
    1991
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 10 Herman Moore WR Virginia
    1 12 Alvin Harper WR Tennessee
    1 13 Mike Pritchard WR Colorado
    1 23 Randal Hill WR Miami
    1992
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 4 Desmond Howard WR Michigan
    1993
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 7 Curtis Conway WR Southern California
    1 16 Sean Dawkins WR California
    1 25 O.J. McDuffie WR Penn State
    1994
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 17 Charles Johnson WR Colorado
    1 21 Johnnie Morton WR Southern California
    1 24 Thomas Lewis WR Indiana
    1 29 Derrick Alexander WR Michigan
    1995
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 4 Michael Westbrook WR Colorado
    1 8 Joey Galloway WR Ohio State
    1 10 J.J. Stokes WR UCLA
    1996
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 1 Keyshawn Johnson WR Southern California
    1 7 Terry Glenn WR Ohio State
    1 18 Eddie Kennison WR Louisiana State
    1 19 Marvin Harrison WR Syracuse
    1 24 Eric Moulds WR Mississippi State
    1997
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 7 Ike Hilliard WR Florida
    1 15 Yatil Green WR Miami
    1 16 Reidel Anthony WR Florida
    1 27 Rae Carruth WR Colorado
    1998
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 16 Kevin Dyson WR Utah
    1 21 Randy Moss WR Marshall
    1 30 Marcus Nash WR Tennessee
    1999
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 6 Torry Holt WR North Carolina State
    1 8 David Boston WR Ohio State
    1 13 Troy Edwards WR Louisiana Tech
    2000
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 4 Peter Warrick WR Florida State
    1 8 Plaxico Burress WR Michigan State
    1 10 Travis Taylor WR Florida
    1 21 Sylvester Morris WR Jackson State
    1 29 R. Jay Soward WR Southern California
    2001
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 8 David Terrell WR Michigan
    1 9 Koren Robinson WR North Carolina State
    1 15 Rod Gardner WR Clemson
    1 16 Santana Moss WR Miami
    1 25 Freddie Mitchell WR UCLA
    1 30 Reggie Wayne WR Miami
    002
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 13 Donte' Stallworth WR Tennessee
    1 19 Ashley Lelie WR Hawaii
    1 20 Javon Walker WR Florida State
    2003
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 2 Charles Rogers WR Michigan State
    1 3 Andre Johnson WR Miami
    1 17 Bryant Johnson WR Penn State
    2004
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 3 Larry Fitzgerald WR Pittsburgh
    1 7 Roy Williams WR Texas
    1 9 Reggie Williams WR Washington
    1 13 Lee Evans WR Wisconsin
    1 15 Michael Clayton WR Louisiana State
    1 29 Michael Jenkins WR Ohio State
    1 31 Rashaun Woods WR Oklahoma State
    2005
    Rd Sel# Player Pos. School
    1 3 Braylon Edwards WR Michigan
    1 7 Troy Williamson WR South Carolina
    1 10 Mike Williams WR Southern California
    1 21 Matt Jones WR Arkansas
    1 22 Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma
    1 27 Roddy White WR Ala.-Birmingham

    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    sorry, i probably shouldn't have gone that far back and made the post that long, but i got a kick out of seeing some of the old names again.
    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "VikemanX84" wrote:
    When you have Lloyd, Moss, and Antwaan Randel El, you don't lack depth at WR.

    I suppose anyone could take anybody though.
    Lloyd SUCKS...and Randel El didn't produce nearly what he was expected to.
    Well then they also have Cooley, Portis, and Betts they have plenty of offensive playmakers they need defense I would think that cost them more games then their offense.
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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    I can't wait for williamson to be put in the slot
    and prove to all the haters here that he'll contribute.
    Wait, if there's cat food in this bag............................
    I HAVE TO CHECK ON JOLLY!!!!

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    Re: Reciever in the draft...I don't think so

    yeah i hope he does good too man i hope

    Thanks josdin00

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