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07 Oct 2009
This Wall Street Journal takes a look at the +/- research we conducted earlier this year in reference to the acquisition of Braylon Edwards.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 07 Oct 2009
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16 Oct 2009, 11:27am by
Noah of Arkadia
Or, sometimes a decent quarterback has a plethora of truly mediocre and bad receivers. Like you get rid of four of them, and only one of them can find a job. In Detroit. And has 6 catches for 42 yards and a long of 20 (so 5 catches for 22 yards plus one 20-yarder).
I know Detroit is... Detroit... but how does Shack Harris have a job?
sam! or the original sam from the old FO
So, does he or doesn't he?
For quarterbacks, the feet are the window to the mind.
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