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Old 09-05-2004   #59
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Originally Posted by Tulip
Scooter - I completely agree with you. I'm surprised that the returner's value is considered less than the value of an 11th DB or a 6th receiver. I feel that it is one of the most important roster spots, and I don't mind for a minute if we take up a spot with a true return specialist.
Overall, returner is a position that people notice in 3 situations

1- When you hav a very good one.
2- When you have a very bad one.
3- When you you have no worthwhile position battles to talk about in pre-season

Most you of can't name 5 returners off the top of your head, but the texans are one of the team that place a pretty high importance on the position

-carried carried Jermaine Lewis the fist year
-drafted Dom Davis a KR/3rd in 2003
-drafted Duff a KR in 2004
-Kept Moses as KR only in 2003
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