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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; As far as I am concerned this list needs to be totally revamped. Gonzales is still #1 and to put an aging W. Walls ahead of Lewis and Riemersma is just plain silly. Is this list based on last years ...

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Old 08-22-2003, 09:01 PM   #1
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Brandt's TE rankings

As far as I am concerned this list needs to be totally revamped.
Gonzales is still #1 and to put an aging W. Walls ahead of Lewis and Riemersma is just plain silly. Is this list based on last years performance, or is it just based on gut instinct. I could understand Walls being more productive since he was one of very few targets in Carolina, but I can\'t see ranking him that high considering his age, and that he\'ll be a backup in GB.


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Old 08-23-2003, 11:27 AM   #2
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Brandt's TE rankings

Gonzales is still #1
100% agreed. Anyone that claims Shockey is the best Tight End in the game is nothing more than a fanboi. He deserves to be in the top 3, of course, but as far as value is concerned, I\'d wager that Heap means more to the Ravens than Shockey does for the Giants. I\'d still rate him #2, though, merely for his natural abilities. And next year we get to add another Miami standout to the mix. Kellen Winslow is going to be a flat out stud.
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