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Armanti Edwards....

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and Jerry Rice also played 8 years of "high school football"

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Not That this guy is a Jerry Rice but even Rice's first training camp was a bust he dropped more passes than anyone else on the team.

and Jerry Rice also played 8 years of "high school football"

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The AE homers are coming out of the woodwork. I didn't know this many people had internet access in Boone.

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Well I think Panthro won our bet.

He took under six months for how long it would take for the Armanti Edwards = Jerry Rice comparisons to begin.

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Makes you wonder...could it be the coaching?

Fox is a running coach.

I dont know who our WR coaches are or how long they have been with us?

Colbert, Carter, Jarret instantly come to mind.

Outside of Smitty and Moose we have been unable to produce great wrs.

Is this more of bad coaching or scouting?

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Makes you wonder...could it be the coaching?

Fox is a running coach.

I dont know who our WR coaches are or how long they have been with us?

Colbert, Carter, Jarret instantly come to mind.

Outside of Smitty and Moose we have been unable to produce great wrs.

Is this more of bad coaching or scouting?

People have been pretty impressed with LaFell. We definitely need someone to step up at the #2 WR but up to this point I think it has been a scouting problem more than a "coaching" problem. Scouts pointed out before we took Jarrett that he was too slow to get off the line. They said the same thing about Colbert. We didn't listen because Fox is dead set on getting a "blocking" WR. He is more worried about getting a receiver to compliment the running game than he is getting a receiver that could actually be good at catching the ball...

Maybe LaFell will be a step in the right direction. He doesn't have ELITE speed but if he did he would have been a first round pick because he's got everything else. If we don't hit on LaFell then its time to look to the 1st round for a WR with all the tools.

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my friends at app st. said he has 6 kids from 4 different women lol what a dumbfug

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my friends at app st. said he has 6 kids from 4 different women lol what a dumbf**k

my friends at app st. said he has 4 kids from 6 different women lol what a dumbf**k

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People have been pretty impressed with LaFell. We definitely need someone to step up at the #2 WR but up to this point I think it has been a scouting problem more than a "coaching" problem. Scouts pointed out before we took Jarrett that he was too slow to get off the line. They said the same thing about Colbert. We didn't listen because Fox is dead set on getting a "blocking" WR. He is more worried about getting a receiver to compliment the running game than he is getting a receiver that could actually be good at catching the ball...

Maybe LaFell will be a step in the right direction. He doesn't have ELITE speed but if he did he would have been a first round pick because he's got everything else. If we don't hit on LaFell then its time to look to the 1st round for a WR with all the tools.

If LaFell had come out last year he would have been the first or second receiver in the draft, definitely a first rounder. He has good speed but is big, blocks well, and can go up for the ball. If he pans out as expected, he might be our version of Fitzgerald.

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I JUST POPPED YOUR PIE CHERRY by GIVING YOU CHERRY PIE!

my wife saw that over my shoulder and just said "Mmm, pie...."

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I dont know who our WR coaches are or how long they have been with us?

Forgot the names but the most current one retired last year, this year is a first in a long time with a new wr coach.

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I just saw my wife over my shoulder and just said "Mmm, pie...."

Fixed for ya. ;)

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Forgot the names but the most current one retired last year, this year is a first in a long time with a new wr coach.

^Yeah Richardson retired and Tolbert is the new one this year. I really like Tolbert so far and high hopes he can get a few guys out of this bunch to perform well this year.

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