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Underwood is always forgotten

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Dex    11,964

Cause he's like a worse Ted Ginn.

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Razeyfingers    1,005

Grrrr 3 mil! Thats still the one offseason move that I cant shake. Just because Ginn was 27 doesnt mean he wasnt going to get any better.

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Omega Atrocity    1,339

Either Avant or Underwood isn't going to see the field very much. Those two are battling for the #3 imo because I see Benjamin and Cotchery as the safe 1 & 2. Plus we may be seeing more dual TE sets this year, so that limits receivers even more,

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Peppers90 NC    3,013

Hasn't he been with something like 8 teams in 5 years? That tells me all I need to know. Hoping for the best...

i think we are his 4th

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iamhubby1    2,895

To me it just the same ol' Huddle logic. Too many use history to predict future events. Instead of taking into account growth, experience, scheme, and even new surroundings.

So they see a guy who has had a mediocre career to date. So they predict a mediocre year for him. Too bad too. The guy has just as good of a chance to succeed this year as Ginn Jr. had last year.

You never really know. But the guy is working hard. We have the coaches and players around him to assist in getting him to that next step. This just might me the circumstances that bring out the best in him.

I mean, why not?

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Mojo    2,085

I like Underwood.  He kind of showed flashes last year with the Bucs so I'm going to remain optimistic.

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