Chris Brown..............

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  1. Hulk75

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    I think we should take a look at him, like McClain said nothing higher then a 5th rd pick. A 5th rd pick maybe for Chris Brown, I would. And I personaly think we need to get on the corners more Outside the tackles, we did it one time on the first drive and got 6 yards and a first down, Browns got speed to get it out there.......I dont know?............We need something, I believe this team can win a lot ball games, but NOT with the running game we got. I am happy but feel bad for our Defense. I like how Richard Smith went about it, Blitzed and came after Bledsoe, NOW if we can only get Buc to knock down a ball and not get lost while the ball is in the air.

    I think we should see what the Titans would want for him, bite the bullet Kubes and just see, hey maybe I am wrong but something has got to happen.

    O and get Mike Flanagan the heck out of there, BRO grow some muscles man! Go back and watch him on some run plays, holy crap it is bad.
    This team can play with anyone IF IF IF everyone does there job, all the little things add up at the end of the ball game.
     
  2. D-Vizzl

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    I really thought Flannigan was going to be a saving grace, guess not.

    Believe me when I say this, being a Titan fan also we don't want any part of Cris Brown. Before he was deactivated he was always a game time decision, not always because he couldn't play, he is just weak. When he is on you can definitely expect 5.5 ypc, but the problem is he rarely plays, this time around one teams trash isn't another teams treasure.
     
  3. Heywood

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    chris brown is terrible- he's injury prone and a malcontent.
     
  4. nunusguy

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    I've decided they signed up Flanniagan strictly for his sense of humor. You
    know, the fat Irish guy, telling jokes over a couple brews after a tough day
    at the office/practice.
    But how could a guy with a gut like Flanny have the "body type" to play for Denver as one of its svelte ZB greyhounds ? The answer is, he couldn't.
    I dunno what this Kubiak/Sherman hybrid Oline is (an abortion maybe ?), but
    its not looking like Denver South just yet.
    In the meantime, just put Hodgedon in the game.
     
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    We don't have a 5th to give. That was Moulds.

    I'm sick and effin tired of giving up draft picks for broken down retreads. Our team has been destroyed by poor drafts and even poorer free agent moves and trades. Keep the effin draft picks and draft some effin talent.

    Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
     
  6. Lucky

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    The Texans gave up a 2006 5th round pick for Moulds. They have all of their picks in '07, but no extra picks. I think the Texans should be sellers, not buyers in the trade market.
     
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    My thoughts exactly.
     
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    Of course.... Moulds and 5th in the same part of the brain.

    Same rant applies regardless of 5th or no 5th.
     
  9. WiiBrawler

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    Chris Brown is a great player, but like yao ming he has toe problems, but he can't be worse than what we have now, maybe he can be revitalized,Houston has the number one medical center in the world, it couldnt hurt.........
     
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    Chris Brown is not a great player, and yes it could hurt.
     
  11. Lucky

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    How has that helped Yao? Or Domanick Davis & Tony Boselli, for that matter?

    Is Chris Brown going to put this team on his back and carry them on a winning streak? Did you know that Brown is an UFA after this season. He would walk without compensation (unless you want to franchise tag him). Trading for Chris Brown makes zero sense.
     
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    I agree completely. Our FO is going to have to learn to think like winners before our team becomes winners on the field.

    Unfortunately, the ghost of Casserly is going to haunt us for years to come, IMO.
     
  13. thunderkyss

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    Look, I'm not trying to be smart, or pick on your vocabulary, but I've seen other members use this word in this context, and I've got to ask is that what you mean?? Not carrying a baby full term??

    or do you mean aberration??

    it's just that one makes sense..... aberration, the other is just disgusting to be used in describing a person, or a group of people.
     
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    "abortion" doesn't just mean the termination of a pregnancy.
     
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    1. Also called voluntary abortion. the removal of an embryo or fetus from the uterus in order to end a pregnancy.
    2. any of various surgical methods for terminating a pregnancy, esp. during the first six months.
    3. Also called spontaneous abortion. miscarriage (def. 3).
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    b. anything that fails to develop, progress, or mature, as a design or project.
     
  16. edo783

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    Sooo, basically your pleading the 5th?
     

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