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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by subguy The timing of your wit slays me If I had a quarter for every time I heard that, I would have 25 cents....

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Old 05-12-2010, 02:46 PM   #31
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The timing of your wit slays me
If I had a quarter for every time I heard that, I would have 25 cents.
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Old 05-12-2010, 03:24 PM   #32
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I think it is great that nobody is saying....get rid of Devrey!
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I think it is great that nobody is saying....get rid of Devrey!
Indeed. He has definitely turned into a solid #2 instead of just a deep threat.
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Old 05-13-2010, 12:53 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by SapperSaint View Post
I think it is great that nobody is saying....get rid of Devrey!
Me too, because he is finally catching the ball!

You can't rag on people for giving up on Devery. I mean, come on, that last bad season he dropped about one of every 3 passes thrown his way.

He was bad. Yes, he could get long bomb TDs in the blink of an eye, but his drops were pretty critical in a lot of games. He stopped quite a few first downs that any professional receiver should have had.

It's not like we were over-reacting by wanting to get rid of a wide receiver, who after YEARS on the team, just couldn't catch. Yes, we would have made a mistake getting rid of him but it wouldn't have been an irrational mistake.

Frankly, we all got lucky that he miraculously learned how to catch. Damn glad he did, but it took him long enough.

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Old 05-13-2010, 08:21 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by Memnoch_TP View Post
Me too, because he is finally catching the ball!

You can't rag on people for giving up on Devery. I mean, come on, that last bad season he dropped about one of every 3 passes thrown his way.

He was bad. Yes, he could get long bomb TDs in the blink of an eye, but his drops were pretty critical in a lot of games. He stopped quite a few first downs that any professional receiver should have had.

It's not like we were over-reacting by wanting to get rid of a wide receiver, who after YEARS on the team, just couldn't catch. Yes, we would have made a mistake getting rid of him but it wouldn't have been an irrational mistake.

Frankly, we all got lucky that he miraculously learned how to catch. Damn glad he did, but it took him long enough.

Oh, I'm with you.

Being the LSU Homer that I am, I am glad that he has learned to soften up his hands. For the past couple of years many have been begging for his departure. I don't want people to eat crow or anything like that....I'm just glad his name isn't "MUD" right now.
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