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Old 06-12-2004   #51
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Originally Posted by Hottoddie
I'm not talking about Gaffney. Gaff did a great job. I'm talking about Bradford. I don't know where they're getting their stats, but I saw Bradford drop several key passes that were right in his hands & some that were within his reach. Why else would the coaches put a slower guy (Gaffney) ahead of him on the depth charts?
infantrycak pulled up the dropping stat
Here it is:

And remember that speed isnt everything, remember these two words when you think of speed being the most important thing to a WR: Anquan Boldin

Originally Posted by Hottoddie
I agree with most of what you say about Wells, but (as you said) he played behind one of the worst lines in the history of the NFL. Yes, he is unproven, but that's why I said, maybe, they'd be interested in him for his potential. After all, it's not exactly like Dallas has a stable full of quality RB's. I think Wells could be a more than servicable RB behind a solid OL.
The reason I think they wouldnt want him is because Wells is unproven and no one knows if he is a quaility back. Wells may have potential but they need a vetaran back, not a guy with upside. Their guy with upside is Julius Jones, they need a vet that can get yards especially since it will be a failure if they miss the playoffs this year.

'Anyone ready to go outside so I can make you look bad?' - Matt Schaub talking to the DBs
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