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Old 02-23-2005   #1
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Question TJ Houshmanzadeh?

I just read through the list posted on the NFL board of this years free agents. Asi read down the list this name caught my attention. IMO he would be a prettygood fit as a #2. He really stepped his game up last year when Peter Warrick got hurt. He has pretty good speed, pretty good hands, and will prodably get the single coverage on the other side of AJ. IMO he might actually come at a decentprice as well. when Chad Johnson was shut down he usually came up with big numbers. I wouldn't mind seeing him in a Texans Uniform. then we could fix the O-line in the draft and head striaght for the playoffs. What do yall think?
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Im not really sure what to think of this guy. I havent seen him in many games.

Funny Note: Both TJ, and Chad went to Oregon State.
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TJ is a great receiver, being a cincinnatikid i watch him all the time. He would be a great pick up for anyone, but the bengals will probably resign him
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I wonder whats gonna happen with Warrick...since the Bengals have TJ and CJ at #1 and #2.
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interesting point. warrick is a baller when he is healthy. If released he would be a good fit as well.
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Warrick would be a great pick-up, and though I dont know how good TJ is, if he got the nod over Warrick than I would love to have him as well.
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All three will be bengals still, and Carson Palmer will have three big time targets just like our boy Peyton has. Dunta may have his hands full this fall in Cincy
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All three will be bengals still, and Carson Palmer will have three big time targets just like our boy Peyton has. Dunta may have his hands full this fall in Cincy

not unless ya expect us to only have one guy in the secondary, cause otherwise he'd have some help from Gleen, G. Earl, M. Coleman, yeah they can handle it !
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interesting point. warrick is a baller when he is healthy. If released he would be a good fit as well.
He was a much better college player/prospect than a pro. I think at this point of his career, he is an excellent #3 or an average #2 receiver in the NFL.
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