Originally Posted by Jwwillis
All this back and forth is bunk. EVERYBODY knows If Hollings continues to fumble like he did against the Cowgirls not only Is he off the team but more than likely out of the league. No matter the reason or excuse or special circumstance...gone, outa here, see ya later, hasta taco...Just the fact of life in the NFL.
The guy is not going to be out of the league. Hell the Dolphins were taking a look at Stacey Mack, and you don't think they'd salivate if they saw Hollings name floating out there on the waiver wire? That's like saying a reciever with bad hands will not make it in the NFL. Look at Seattle. They have a couple recievers who are feast or famine, granted they've improved over the years, but they still have below average hands. With a guy like Hollings you have a big play threat, and the same is true of the Seattle wideouts. When you have a big play threat coaches are more likely to tolerate the fumbles or the dropped balls. Doesn't mean they like it, but they tolerate it in exchange for the big play threat. Fiddy mentioned a few backs earlier with fumble problems, and they're still in the league (Green, Henry, Tiki).