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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; My so-so That Colston and DH are our #2 recivers, they'll share time at that position like in Camp None of these youngsters can live up to be a #2 yet, I see us being like the old Colts or ...

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Old 08-29-2006, 09:08 PM   #71
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My so-so

That Colston and DH are our #2 recivers, they'll share time at that position like in Camp
None of these youngsters can live up to be a #2 yet, I see us being like the old Colts or Pats, these two guys will mainly share time at this spot...This how they've been in Camp as well, to my surprise, even though I'm rooting for em, DH has looked better than alot of our recent #2 guys...Then Colston has been the most surprise to everyone, so thats how I see it....

Hass, this guy can play...From my recent readings, Hass and Jones have been in an all out brawl for the #3 spot, like DH and Colston has its just that they have two different styles in the game... Same as the Jones and Hass battle, which I think Hass will win, even though hes not earning playing time, if they were smart enough to do all these good roster moves, they'll be smart enough to utilize Hass

Horn
DH
/Colston
Hass or Jones
Jones or Hass
C.Horn or Moore or Lymaan-another last spot fight

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That Colston and DH are our #2 recivers, they'll share time at that position like in Camp
Wrong you are my little padawan. According to sources inside the Saints organization, Colston is the guy at the #2 spot. Devery isn't even on Payton's radar for the spot anymore.

Then Colston has been the most surprise to everyone
Uh, uh, uh.......Daddy called that one since January. Check it:

Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Re: Reciever can help offensive woes Posted: Jan 22, 2006 - 10:33 AM

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4th Round: Marcus Colston 6'5 225 lbs. WR from Hofstra. I had been hearing alot about this guy from scouts all over, but never really got to watch him play. It seems that Hofstra isn't a real media darling of a school. Imagine that.

Anyway, I watched this kid play in the East-West Shrine game yesterday & all I can say is DAMNNNNNN...

This kid can flat out play. He's got the size, decent speed, but most of all he catches everything. Guy was a basketball player (ala-Antonio Gates) turned WR. He's athletic with great hands. The latter of which we desperately need in a WR.
Or when I was hoping for him on draft day in the 7th:

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I hope we get Marques Colston-WR Hofstra. I can't believe he's lasted this long.
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Old 08-29-2006, 10:46 PM   #73
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That Colston and DH are our #2 recivers, they'll share time at that position like in Camp


Wrong you are my little padawan. According to sources inside the Saints organization, Colston is the guy at the #2 spot. Devery isn't even on Payton's radar for the spot anymore.

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Then Colston has been the most surprise to everyone


Uh, uh, uh.......Daddy called that one since January. Check it:

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Re: Reciever can help offensive woes Posted: Jan 22, 2006 - 10:33 AM

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4th Round: Marcus Colston 6'5 225 lbs. WR from Hofstra. I had been hearing alot about this guy from scouts all over, but never really got to watch him play. It seems that Hofstra isn't a real media darling of a school. Imagine that.

Anyway, I watched this kid play in the East-West Shrine game yesterday & all I can say is DAMNNNNNN...

This kid can flat out play. He's got the size, decent speed, but most of all he catches everything. Guy was a basketball player (ala-Antonio Gates) turned WR. He's athletic with great hands. The latter of which we desperately need in a WR.


Or when I was hoping for him on draft day in the 7th:

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I hope we get Marques Colston-WR Hofstra. I can't believe he's lasted this long.
Hahaha, wow gandhi, for all that smoking you do you still have a good memory!
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Hahaha, wow gandhi, for all that smoking you do you still have a good memory!
I suspect that his steel-trap memory is only that good on the stuff he's gotten RIGHT Deuce.
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Old 08-30-2006, 08:28 AM   #75
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okay whoodi. like i said the bet is still on. root beer right? top shelf of course
Refresh my memory on the bet.
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Old 08-30-2006, 08:34 AM   #76
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Am I the only one who thinks the Mgmt MAY have pulled the trigger too quick on this one?

Things to consider:
1- New quarterback = timing/velocity issues. Face it, Brees has been less than stellar thus far. If you give him a little time to adjust, shouldn't his receivers be given the same leeway?

2- Old quarterback = crap for stats. If you had a QB that could actually THROW the ball to a man, this wouldn't be an issue. We had AB. 'nuff said there.

3- New LB = poor pass defender/ no speed for pass rush/ undersized for stopping runs without a stud SS to assist.

and last but not least,
4- The Curse = Donte will go to Philly and become a receiving god to rival his Dad's legacy, and we'll be watching Horn free agent his way out of NOLA.

Lived 15 mins from Philly all my live and believe me, having watched Simoneaux play, he is definitely NOT the answer to our defense woes!
Talk to me people...
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Hahaha, wow gandhi, for all that smoking you do you still have a good memory!
Those smoking habits are reserved for special occasions only! Like the day we cut Aaron Brroks & the day we drafted Reggie Bush.
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Old 08-30-2006, 09:12 AM   #78
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4- The Curse = Donte will go to Philly and become a receiving god to rival his Dad's legacy, and we'll be watching Horn free agent his way out of NOLA.
If you're referring to his dad being John Stallworth, you got the wrong dude.
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My prediction:

J. Horn, Colston, Henderson, Jones, C. Horn, Hass

Lyman and Moore to the practice squad. They'll make the team after we trade Devery next season.
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Horrible decision. Stallworth had nearly 1000 yards last year and has speed to stretch the field. Simmeneau is a as good as Shanle...Simminoue (sp-?) isn't a stud by any means. Again, another warm body to add depth to a thin group of LB's...we will end up with llike 15 LB's who all suck! 4th round pick is good, but Stallworth will tear it up in Philly and if Payton could be patient enough to let him learn the system, he'd be valuable to N.O. I hope Payton knows what he's doing. I hope he proves me wrong. I hope Stallworth sucks this year and I hope we get a gem in the fourth round next year...O-line, D-line or a Linebacker from college who knows how to tackle!
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