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Bleedin_Green36


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If the Eagles don't get Boldin, they WILL get Housh
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Bleedin_Green36 wrote:
If the Eagles don't get Boldin, they WILL get Housh


Pray
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Man I'm still praying he could come to the Titans.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 12:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really like Housh and I think for some teams, like the Eagles, he would fit in perfectly. The dude can be a #1 guy, and even though he is in his 30s he can still be productive for another couple of seasons.

Through all of this though, what will happen to Chad? I guess he stays? Is his contract too big to even try to trade? I'm not very informed on his situation, which is why I can't understand why the Bengals would just get rid of him and try to keep Housh.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Pretty dumb IMO. They could tag and trade him. I dont think they would have a problem finding someone to trade for him if he was willing to do a sign and trade.

And what do you think they are going to get back for a 32 year old WR, who has question marks written all over him, since nobody thinks he can be that "#1 WR". If the Tag him, they are going to have to pay him a lot of money next year, because no team is going to trade a 1st or even a 2nd for him.

Plus, as the Bengals should have learn from Chad, when a player doesn't want to be there, they are not going to focus as much on there play as they should.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I may be one of the few on the entire site who doesn't want any part of Housmandzadeh (unless my team had a developed #1 target already).

He is 32 come next season and doesn't have the explosiveness/playmaking ability or speed to be a considerable threat worthy of giving that type of money too.

I think TJ is going to get a rude awakening when he becomes unrestricted and he doesn't get what he wants.

He may have one more good, productive year, but I see him deteriorating soon; possibly even this upcoming year.

Just some food for thought.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't know what the Bengals are doing. Why would they not franchise him and then work out a long term deal? I'm sure Carson Palmer wants to keep him around. Poor Carson Palmer.

Plus I would rather not see him as an Eagle.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Housh > Boldin
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Bleedin_Green36 wrote:
If the Eagles don't get Boldin, they WILL get Housh


I doubt we get either, heckertt is already around on radio shows singing the praises of DeSean.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 1:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good. Tagging Housh would be dumb beyond reason.
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ninjapirate wrote:
Bleedin_Green36 wrote:
If the Eagles don't get Boldin, they WILL get Housh


I doubt we get either, heckertt is already around on radio shows singing the praises of DeSean.


Well, if it's not obvious to you by now that the same old isn't working, it's time to do something. McNabb needs more help and reliable hands. When you're receiving core leads the league drops almost every, and we get so close to the SB so many times, and can't win, then something needs to be done. Stop worrying about DeSean; he isn't going anywhere. Instead, give McNabb help, and someone to help DeSean and Curtis out. Personally, I don't think any GM would announce who or what their plans are, so Heckert is not going to say, "Oh, were going after so and so." That would be just dumb.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

atown703 wrote:
Housh > Boldin


Incorrect.

Boldin >>> Housh
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

atown703 wrote:
Housh > Boldin



Maybe the little argument with Boldin and his ex coordinator swayed your vote?? Because you have to be smoooooooooooking to say something like that.



Boldin, 6th Season
502 Rec, 6,500 yards , 40 td


Housh , 8th season 507 rec, 5,780 yards .. 37 td



Boldin is 3 - 4 Years younger than him as well. Not to mention, Housh is a product of Chad Johnson......
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therealdeal wrote:
atown703 wrote:
Housh > Boldin



Maybe the little argument with Boldin and his ex coordinator swayed your vote?? Because you have to be smoooooooooooking to say something like that.



Boldin, 6th Season
502 Rec, 6,500 yards , 40 td


Housh , 8th season 507 rec, 5,780 yards .. 37 td



Boldin is 3 - 4 Years younger than him as well. Not to mention, Housh is a product of Chad Johnson......


get real man. t.j. gets hate for the sole fact that he isn't a sexy player. he gets open every play, even with double coverage and has a phenomenal pair of hands.
...he's a first-down machine and is one of the best at breaking tackles for extra yards.

can anyone fill me in on the financial ramifications of tagging and trading him? our FO (we have none) is notorious for dumb moves, and this seems like another one, unless we there is a downside to signing and trading?

t.j. deserves to be on a winning team, so i ain't mad at him for wanting out...but why would we just let him walk when we could get a 2nd or 3rd for him?
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CincyCracker9 wrote:
therealdeal wrote:
atown703 wrote:
Housh > Boldin



Maybe the little argument with Boldin and his ex coordinator swayed your vote?? Because you have to be smoooooooooooking to say something like that.



Boldin, 6th Season
502 Rec, 6,500 yards , 40 td


Housh , 8th season 507 rec, 5,780 yards .. 37 td



Boldin is 3 - 4 Years younger than him as well. Not to mention, Housh is a product of Chad Johnson......


get real man. t.j. gets hate for the sole fact that he isn't a sexy player. he gets open every play, even with double coverage and has a phenomenal pair of hands.
...he's a first-down machine and is one of the best at breaking tackles for extra yards.

can anyone fill me in on the financial ramifications of tagging and trading him? our FO (we have none) is notorious for dumb moves, and this seems like another one, unless we there is a downside to signing and trading?

t.j. deserves to be on a winning team, so i ain't mad at him for wanting out...but why would we just let him walk when we could get a 2nd or 3rd for him?


Because if they franchise TJ, they take the chance that no one will want to offer a 2nd or 3rd for a 32 year-old WR, and they can't afford to pay him. That would be my reasoning as to why they don't tag him.
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