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Old 10-02-2006   #1
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Default Colston making a push for OROY

This guy is amazing. Has anyone noticed him yet? Or find it funny that the most productive rookie on the Saints is not a guy named Reggie Bush?

Yet he still doesn't get too much attention:
20 receptions 336 yards 3 tds, 16.8 yard per catch average

On pace for:
80 receptions 1344 yards, 12 tds

And whats craziest? He has been most productive against the best defensive teams, getting progressively better and better each week.
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Default Re: Colston making a push for OROY

Other notable mention:
Laurence Maroney
60 carries, 294 yards, 4.9 ypc, 3 tds

On pace for:
240 carries, 1176 yards, 12 tds
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Default Re: Colston making a push for OROY

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This guy is amazing. Has anyone noticed him yet? Or find it funny that the most productive rookie on the Saints is not a guy named Reggie Bush?

Yet he still doesn't get too much attention:
20 receptions 336 yards 3 tds, 16.8 yard per catch average

On pace for:
80 receptions 1344 yards, 12 tds

And whats craziest? He has been most productive against the best defensive teams, getting progressively better and better each week.
Yeah I've noticed this guy since day one....Hofstra....I think he is going to be special...He's a big guy too...I think he's like 6'4"...230 or something like that....
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Default Re: Colston making a push for OROY

I think that would be analogous to DeMeco out performing MW. It is a combination of factors that 1. opposing teams key in more on the number one guy, 2. learning curves vary by position and individual, and 3. the spot light alwaysmakes things more difficult for a rookie
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Default Re: Colston making a push for OROY

Alot of people were pretty high on him after the shrine game, I think. I am suprised, but not that much.

Maroney does not suprise me. I thought him and Williams were better backs than Bush
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Default Re: Colston making a push for OROY

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This guy is amazing. Has anyone noticed him yet? Or find it funny that the most productive rookie on the Saints is not a guy named Reggie Bush?

Yet he still doesn't get too much attention:
20 receptions 336 yards 3 tds, 16.8 yard per catch average

On pace for:
80 receptions 1344 yards, 12 tds

And whats craziest? He has been most productive against the best defensive teams, getting progressively better and better each week.

I had him on my fantasy team. i thought he wasnt going to do much.. Lucky for me I started him last week.. 19 points baby
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