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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; SF, ARI, or SEA most likely. Denny Green did bring in Randall Cunningham for Pete\'s sake in Minny. lol Parcells, too smart as well as Crennel, but he may be looking for a quick fix, and if Browns fans don\'t ...

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Old 02-11-2005, 10:46 AM   #21
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SF, ARI, or SEA most likely. Denny Green did bring in Randall Cunningham for Pete\'s sake in Minny. lol Parcells, too smart as well as Crennel, but he may be looking for a quick fix, and if Browns fans don\'t watch ESPN he may be able to sell Brooks to them as the QB they need. They sold Garcia.

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Old 02-11-2005, 10:57 AM   #22
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It is good to examine the real possibilities, but Imo, If we trade for draft pick either 1 or 2 round. We need to include another pick if it is a second rounder maybe a 5th or 6th, and we will still Need a Vetern QB. That brings us to Hasselbeck or some other prospect to bring in, even if we draft a QB, cause he will need time to develope. I do not know if Haz and company are serious about improving, or just patching holes.. If they are, we could probably make the Sanfran thing work......

And Possibly Arz Dennis Green situation for a 2 and Later round pick, cause lets adress the Glaring possibility, \"now this is just a possibility\" That Green would bring him in, Cause of his ethnicity, as a bonus to his \"skills\". Now before you all call me Rush Limbaugh, (whom I like)... THink about it..... Brooks isn\'t Horrible football player, and I think He and Denny could hit it off good, and possibly give the tin man Qb a heart..... or errrrr is it the Scarecrow Qb a Brain, in any case we know Denny Green would not object to a black Qb.......

I know, I know, contraversial...... I am not prejudice at all, but I am no fool to think it dosen\'t Exist....

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Old 02-11-2005, 11:02 AM   #23
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I am not gonna criticize you WD, I thought along those lines, maybe not exactly. I saw Cunningham, then I saw Culpepper and it may be that Green likes a certain kind of QB, not necessarily black. But tall, mobile, and with a strong arm. That AT LEAST is AB. If we can make that deal let\'s do it. With an extra second or first we could address QB sooner rather than later. And maybe we could get them to part with safety Adrian Wilson or something. That guy is a stud.
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Old 02-11-2005, 11:25 AM   #24
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I really in all honesty Wish Brooks could Prove us all wrong and kick @$$, but he has had chances, and I think he leaves the feild with somthing left in his tank he could have used.....
I honestly Like Brooks and wish the Best to him in whatever case....... I would like to get someone in here for a fresh start, and Adrian Wilson would be a great addition, but although I think green is Biased in some situations, I do not think he is dumb...... But here is to hoping a second rounder and Wilson I am all for that!!!!!!!

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Old 02-11-2005, 11:28 AM   #25
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I agree. I hoped beyond hope that AB would get it together, I have no reason to personally dislike the guy. But he hasn\'t, and I am tired of it. I don\'t care if he goes somewhere else and goes to a Superbowl, oh wait, that was Delhomme. At any rate, for whatever reason, he is not getting over that hump HERE. Whether it be coaching, fans like myself who want him out, the water, whatever. HE is not developing and make any strides forward. He is the same QB from 4 years ago with a bigger contract, bigger ego, less mobility, and a case of the dropsies. If we could get Wilson and a 2nd from Arizona, holy crap what a coup that would be.
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Old 02-11-2005, 11:45 AM   #26
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:whip: :casstet:
Not to whip a Dead horse or anything, but OMG....
I wish THe hometown boy woulda got his shot here.......
Delhome you are missed....... also we should have kept O\'sullivan over Bouman!!!!!!!
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Old 02-11-2005, 11:52 AM   #27
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... not an official count, but according to stats.com, Seattle receivers dropped 38 balls last year...

..now, like I said before, I am not a stats guy, although this wouldn\'t be a \"stat\" , since it is the total number of passes dropped and not an average; furthermore, I don\'t know the criteria that is used to determine whether a pass is \"dropped\" or just \"incomplete\": could be balls that hit the WR in the numbers or balls that merely grace the fingertips of the WR, even if the ball wasn\'t really catchable, or if they count as a drop a WR getting hammered and at the exact time the ball gets to him, so it could be subjective... we know that the last drop ball hit Robinson in the numbers, though...

..so that \"ties\" Seattle at #2 for most passes dropped with KC and Miami, behind Jax (42), i, and just ahead of Detroit and Carolina with 36 a piece...

... in comparison, Saints receivers dropped 25...

discuss amongst yourselves..

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Old 02-11-2005, 11:59 AM   #28
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Ok you sold me...... easy as that........ By Arron LOL.
no serious, that is impresive, with the same criteria on the drops for each team shows that Hasselbeck had a big problem with that, and Arron not as big a problem....... HMMMMM...... Food for thought
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Old 02-11-2005, 01:09 PM   #29
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he actually DOES suffer from a serious case of dropsies from his receivers.
There must be something about the way he throws then. I mean these WRs in Seattle all were catching balls fine in college. I heard similar things about AB and our WRs dropping passes.

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Old 02-11-2005, 01:10 PM   #30
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...speaking of trade...

..do you guys forget who has been the biggest AB sponsor throughout AB\'s pro career? Do you know where he\'s at?

..Julian Peterson, anybody???


...yeah yeah, I know, I\'m daydeaming...
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