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This is why trading up for Armanti Edwards was stupid..(ps SCP went to Eastern Car.)

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The hater-ade is flowing. I love it. I tell you what AE jock sniffers, if he turns out to be anything more than Dexter Jackson, I will eat crow till the cows come home. Until then, he's a mini Pat White.

Wow! That's a bad ass opinion you got there.

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And South Carolina is the poo.

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Gee, SouthCak, what did Armanti do to you? Did he come over and kick your trailer over onto your fireworks stand?

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And South Carolina is the poo.

Yea the shithole

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If there's anyone with an unquestionable right to be ass hurt about anything Edwards-related, it's someone associated with WCU.

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yea I am sure this thread makes us look good to other states...carolinas pwn all!

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Right now it doesn't look good, but it takes 3 years to fully evaluate a draft choice - so there's no point in debating this at the moment.

My question is this. How can you say AE is going to be better then Gettis and LaFell when he cant even make it to the roster on game day. Both of these guys have gotten better and better and only will get stronger. Even if AE dose make the conversion he will be far behind two good WRs and Steve Smith.

Unless we spread the field like AZ or Indy next year, he will not be active then ether. Right now we have too many good WRs and TEs to start a guy that only plays WR. Its a Jarrett 2.0 situation once again that cost us big.

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Not a big fan of Edwards or the pick but this conversation reminds me of similar ones about Goodson last year. What a difference a year makes sometimes. Lets see what happens down the road. It isn't like we can go back and undo it at this point.

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Woooo whooooooo...........Sounds like he must be playing this weekend with all this chatter bout him!!!!!!

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Trading up to grab Armanti is a good move.

In the 4th round where you would select a College QB who is too small at 5' 11" and 185lbs to ever play QB in the NFL and try to make him into a wide receiver.

Giving up the 33rd pick overall for such a project cannot be defended.

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Southcak where did you play your college ball ?

WCU back in the early 90's.

And for all the WCU haters, here are the Super Bowl rings of WCU players in the NFL:

David Patten (3) with the Patriots as a starting WR

Tony Jones (2) with the Broncos as a starting left tackle

Willie Williams starter in the Steelers secondary in 1995 that lost to the Cowboys in SB XXX

Brad Hoover, you know the story.

That's all I got because WCU hasn't won a football game since '97.

One side note to give props to the Southern Conference:

In my 4 years at Western, I was on the same field with and lost to teams that featured Terrell Owens when he was at UT Chatt, Randy Moss and Chad Pennington when they were at Marshall, and Dexter Coakley and Matt Stevens when they were at App St. The difference in these guys and Armanti? They all had big bodies (minus Coakley) that went along with the speed and athleticism. Coakley was thick but shortish and one mean bastard on the field. Armanti is short, thin, and seems to be very timid.

It took David several years to get it in the NFL and land in a good situation in New England, so maybe Armanti turns into something 5 years down the road. I will eat crow if he does.

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