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panthers1789

Chris Gamble

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Yeah hes been great this year, but he played WR at Ohio State how did he suddenly forget how to catch?

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Cutler throws pretty hard, probably a bit surprising.

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I'm assuming he wasnt that great a wr, but he has had trouble catching the ball all year. he has had a great year covering receivers, but his bobbled quite a few away.

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That is the difference between making the Pro Bowl and just being a solid cover guy. Woodson does not cover as well at his age but his mitts will lock down an errant pass.

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Well at least hes not as bad at catching balls as Charles Johnson, I wasnt even mad about that one, it was just funny.

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woodson had a great first half of the season, too many players get in from having a good first half, but not finishing as well. the packers have a bad pass d, and it is not right for two of their db's to go to hawaii

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yea the probowl is all about when you peak they should wait till the very end of the season to vote.

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Well.. The difference between WR and DB.. When he played WR he was surely expecting the ball going to him. While playing DB it's either knock it down or go for the pick or the tackle. ..Then again, had he gotten a few of those(the chicago one comes to mind) he could be leading the league in pick-6s.

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