Please Pick Up K. Robinson

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  1. tacoman_j

    tacoman_j Veteran

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    He's a great talent, plus we need as many malcontents that we can get. Plus, he'll make the roads of Houston a little less safer!!!
     
  2. texan279

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    Koren Robinson has hands of stone and will probably be serving a one year suspension this season...
     
  3. TexanFan881

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    Oh, ya, I forgot about that. I would have been willing to give him a chance here but if he is going to have to serve a one year suspension then there is no reason to get a guy who we will have to wait a year for. I wonder what team would give him a chance...
     
  4. vtech9

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    Ummm...NO!
     
  5. Panther5407

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    No, we already have a good enough Robinson, even if he isnt on the same side of the ball. Koren just has to many problems.
     
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    not only will he probably not want a 1 yr contract, he brings alot of trash(his problems) with him. He may face suspension(s). And we aren't in dire need of a WR. Johnson,Bradford,Gaffney,Armstrong,Mathis,Starling,Swinton....
     
  7. Davis37

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    Well at least there are a couple of people on this board that have a sense of humor. I think we should get Korean, then trade David Carr for Jeff Garcia! :highfive:
     
  8. tacoman_j

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    That's exactly what should happen. What's Casserly thinking by not jumping in on this. Trade Carr for Garcia and pick up the Koren. Remember he is more naturally talented than Tory Holt. (same university)
     


  9. Davis37

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    After the great trade of DC for JG, Cass would trade 2 1st round draft picks and DD for Jerome Bettis. :evilb:
     
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    I just want someone to explain to me how a guy who has caught over 70 passes in one season can have hands of stone?
     
  11. dalemurphy

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    Okay, no problem. He gets a lot of balls thrown to him and catches an unimpressive percentage of them. Not only that, he drops a lot of balls dropped right into his hands softly.
     
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    please dont ask that question...Id hate to see the numerous replies that are going to come with the drop pass percentages compared to bradfords....guess its too late now...if you ask it...they will come... :crying:
     
  13. TexansNeedRBin05

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    I think DD for Jerome Bettis would be a great trade! :highfive: 2 1st alittle high tho. :goodnight
     
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    Besides Andre, name one WR on this team that has caught over 70 passes playing the role of 2nd WR?
     
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    It would take to many passes just to him to get to 70, the Seahawk recievers last years where known for making costly drops. I hate to see it too, I like the team, my uncle turned me to watch them.
     
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    Besides Andre, name one WR on this team that was targeted over 115 times in a season like Robinson was in 2003...
     
  17. Davis37

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    Look Tacoman, these posters have taken our sarcasmfest seriously... :goodnight
     
  18. LikeABoss

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    I could care less how many passes it took them to reach 70 catches. Tell me who caught over 70 passes for this team besides Andre?

    When your RB is second to your primary WR in catches, that say's alot about the WR's that's behind the primary WR. They can't get open.
     
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    I don't care how many times the dude was targeted. The fact of the matter is he caught over 70 balls. Only one WR on this team can do this on a consistent basis.
     
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    Either they cant get open, or the QB doesnt have time to see them before he gets sacked. Ever think about that?
     

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