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Doom Capers
04-26-2005, 11:45 AM
I am surprised that Glenn was let go. But the more and more I think about it, I guess I could see it coming. Glenn may have been getting older and costing more on the cap, but he was still decent. I dont think our secondary is ready without him. Earl and Coleman will be good. Last year I saw Robinson get burnt a lot. Yes, I know he was a rookie, but he will need to shape up this year, especially if he is going to be going up against guys like Marvin Harrison. I do not know a lot about Buchannon (sp), I have just heard a lot of people do not like him. I think Glenn should have stayed around another year to work with our DBs, but I guess he had the option. It just sucks to see someone like him go.

jr0ck
04-26-2005, 12:29 PM
agreed...
also; everytime i look at your avatar i get a laugh after getting a feel for coleman's persona these past couple years, and especially after coleman's DWI a year or so ago :heh:

Porky
04-26-2005, 12:51 PM
I see a rudderless ship, the SS Texans, adrift at Sea with no apparent plan on how they are going to get to Port Superbowl. The engines are set to maximum speed, but there is a hurricane force headwind, and instead of trying to sail around the wind, they are just trying to forge thru it, and while there is a heck of alot of sound and fury, the only visible sign of any progress is the wailing and gnashing of the waves over the boat. Captain Casserly is busily trying to assure the passengers that he has a plan that will ensure that the good ship Texans gets to Port Superbowl in short order, while meanwhile tossing the most experienced shiphands overboard. And the First Mate, Dom, keeps talking about how the crew has been upgraded, and gotten younger, but they are so inexperienced, David, the bartender keeps spilling drinks on the guests, and for every hole patched, another one springs open. The ship is beginning to take on water, and some passengers are wondering if after four years adrift, if maybe it's not time to toss the Captain and the First Mate overboard. Our Ship is still out to sea. When o when, Captain, will we ever make Port if everytime we plug a hole, another one springs open just as large, and we toss our most experienced crew, who know how to patch these holes, and keep others from opening, overboard, or made to walk the plank?

Doom Capers
04-26-2005, 01:28 PM
agreed...
also; everytime i look at your avatar i get a laugh after getting a feel for coleman's persona these past couple years, and especially after coleman's DWI a year or so ago :heh:

Haha, I made this shortly after his little stunt last offseason. I have a lot of respect for the guy on the field thought. He is one of my favorites.

cadahnic
04-26-2005, 01:34 PM
I dont know if people realize that Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Hines Ward, and Jimmy Smith have said that Aaron Glenn is the toughest corner they have ever faced. I understand that he is getting old and I understand he has lost a step, but as a leader and mentor to our two young corners he is invaluable. Dunta would never have been as good as he was last year without Glenn. I dont understand this move and I do not believe it will help us in the long run.

Doom Capers
04-26-2005, 02:19 PM
I dont know if people realize that Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Hines Ward, and Jimmy Smith have said that Aaron Glenn is the toughest corner they have ever faced. I understand that he is getting old and I understand he has lost a step, but as a leader and mentor to our two young corners he is invaluable. Dunta would never have been as good as he was last year without Glenn. I dont understand this move and I do not believe it will help us in the long run.


There must be something we don't know. I don't believe Cass and Dom would let him go for no reason.