Scouts Inc.

Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by TexanBacker93, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. TexanBacker93

    TexanBacker93 Hall of Fame

    Aug 31, 2004
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    Cypress, TX
    Has anyone else ever read anything by these guys? They are usually located through ESPN and I have to say I have never in my life seen worse breakdowns and ratings for games. For Texans - Browns game they talked about how without Taylor the Texans only managed 126 yards of offense and don't have the firepower to run away with this game. I'm pretty sure Taylor plays for Jacksonville and the Texans do have the 15th rated offense in the league. It's not the Colts, but it's not the Bears either. At the beginning of the season in their player rater they had Carr as a rookie rated lower than Ragone even. I have to read them each week to see how moronic they can be, but I just wondered if anyone else in the free world looked at them.
  2. Sarg01

    Sarg01 Hall of Fame

    Aug 18, 2004
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    What a group of twunks.

    They accidentally read J-villes offensive stats (mentioning that Taylor is playing hurt and referencing 120-odd yards of offense - Davis alone had 150) from last week and based their overall analysis on that. Yeah, they're the experts on the Texans, alright.
  3. cuppacoffee

    cuppacoffee Resident Grouch

    Apr 30, 2004
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    ESPN anal ists are, by far, the worse on national TV. :loser
    Example = In all of the Notre Dame reporting ESPN would only talk about giving Willingham more time, the next breath they would say the first thing Weis needs to do is get some players on the team. Duh .... isn't that what Willingham was supposed to be doing the last three years? :hmmm:
    Do not rely on ESPN for fair or factual reporting.
    I know this is not Texan news but we were discussing ESPN.

    cac :coffee:

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