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jared21 11-25-2003 03:22 PM

WHO DOES STALWORTH REMIND YOU OF I'LL TELL YOU!!!
 
When i hear this guys name i think of cam cleland. He has got to go! This guy is a he does not play through injuries at all get this premadonna out of new orleans we dont' need players like him . We need more guys like duece mcallister He is a tuff player!!!! What do yall think???

[Edited on 25/11/2003 by JOESAM2002]

WhoDat 11-25-2003 10:01 PM

WHO DOES STALWORTH REMIND YOU OF I'LL TELL YOU!!!
 
It\'s a little early to close the book on Stallworth. You\'re right, he is a pansy right now, but in his second year in the league, it may be a bit early to be talking about shipping the guy out of town.

tweeky 11-26-2003 07:14 AM

WHO DOES STALWORTH REMIND YOU OF I'LL TELL YOU!!!
 
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It\'s a little early to close the book on Stallworth. You\'re right, he is a pansy right now, but in his second year in the league, it may be a bit early to be talking about shipping the guy out of town.
This would be his rookie year if he had stayed in college for his senior year.
His salary was structured perfectly for a year or two of development.
He wouldn\'t last 2 seconds on the waiver wire.
WR\'s need a few years to develop. The occasional freaks like Moss are few and far between. (thats why I think Gardner has a future here).

He reminds me of Isaac Bruce. Couldn\'t stay on the field his 1st two years in the league. He turned out to be OK I guess.

BlackandBlue 11-26-2003 07:43 AM

WHO DOES STALWORTH REMIND YOU OF I'LL TELL YOU!!!
 
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He wouldn\'t last 2 seconds on the waiver wire.
Believe that! There would be 31 teams lined up trying to bid for his services. He was last years Charles Rogers, I\'d put them on the same plane, and he was drafted second. You don\'t find a guy with his speed, size, skills, and potential too often. Experts have said it repeatedly, and I believe it, it takes an average of three years for a WR to come into his own. Let\'s not give up quite so quickly.
I hope Gardner plays here for a long time, just picked up an autograph, and would hate for it to go to waste, like many of my others (Glover, Hand, Blake, Roaf).

[Edited on 26/11/2003 by BlackandBlue]


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