Chad Jackson 4.29

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  1. Dr. Toro

    Dr. Toro All Pro

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    Thats up there with the all time bests. This guy has a great size-speed package with good hands. The only way we get this guy is in a trade down... he probably just made himself the first receiver drafted.
     
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    Wow. 4.29 at 6'1 and 205, thats what I call a deep threat.
     
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    He's a stud. Ever since I saw that skills challenge show I knew he would be good. The Lions will probably pick him now
     
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    there is no way we go after another playmaker that will be underutilized by our crappy o-line. oh, wait...
     
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    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Good stuff about the Lions.
     
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    Probably right... you know how they like to take good WRs and turn them into question marks by giving them no QB.
     
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    I could see the Eagles taking him if available
     
  8. Dr. Toro

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    San Diego would be naaasty if he could convert all that athletic ability on the field. Rivers would have it pretty easy, between Gates, LT, and CJ.
     


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    That is fast. Just FYI for everyone--they changed out the surface they are running on this year and it went from a slow surface to a fast surface. Someone hitting the same as Mathis this year is probably actually slower.
     
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    I've been using NFL.com to gather information.

    Gil Brandt is reporting these times:

    Some of the RBs
    Joseph Addai - 4.37
    Maurice Drew - 4.43
    Andre Hall - 4.43
    Leon Washington - 4.40
    Jerious Norwood - 4.40
    Wendell Mathis - 4.50
    Derrick Ross - 4.50

    Some of the WRs
    Chad Jackson - 4.36
    Will Blackmon - 4.45
    Derrick Hagan - 4.47

    Where are y'all hearing this 4.29?
     
  11. Dr. Toro

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    From what I've read everywhere he ran a 4.37 then a 4.29. They average them out, I believe to get the official time.

    http://www.atlantafalcons.com/team/article.jsp?id=6921

    He's recorded here as having a 4.32, which is right in the middle of that range.

    I didn't watch it, but I know it was televised.
     
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    Saw it live on NFL Total Access on the NFL Network, channel 104. They are reshowing everything again now as we speak if you don't want to take my word for it. Chad ran an unofficial 4.37 on his first fun and a 4.29 unofficial on his second run. Reggie Mc Neal was a 4.41 unofficial on his first run and a 4.37 on his second run unofficial. Offically they had him at a 4.35. Joseph Addai ran a 4.40 offical, Marice Drew ran a 4.39 offically and Santana Moss's little brother ran a 4.34 offically.
     
  13. LORK 88

    LORK 88 Wreck'em Ŧech!

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    Sounds like a MUCH better Troy Williamson to me! Anyone wanna bet that if Casserly figures this comparison out that he's going to go scratching and clawing after this guy?
     
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    I'm just waiting on LenDale White's pedestrian 40 time.

    Bet it's gonna be Maurice Clarettish:tv:

    Oh, and Chad Jackson would be a great addition to the Eagles if he makes it that far.
     
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    Lol, now that was just wrong!
     
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    I don't think White is going to run, neither is Williams or the kid from Minn. (can't spell his name)
     

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