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#97 Brooklyn Bully

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 02:47 PM

Don't worry, he'll finally produce they way he's supposed to by 2013. Just have faith.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 03:19 PM

Im sorry but the NFL is a tough league. If your not producing in your second year odds are you will never produce. Its unfortunate that players dont have a NFL Europe or something to that standard where they could go and learn.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 06:48 PM

You guys must be blind if you can't see the three guys on top of AE every time he fields a punt. LOL at the people that think Captain would be a huge upgrade.

Averages:
Captain: 9 yds per return and a fumble per 15 returns (and returned punts in college).
AE: 6 yds per return and 0 fumbles. It would be much closer if his return yesterday hadn't been called back. If he gets decent blocking next year I can see him doing much better than Captain.

Watch PP's punt return for TD Sunday and AE's 45 yard return and tell me which was more impressive. PP had a huge lane that anyone could run through.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 07:11 PM

All of you preaching that AE needs to be cut are so full of it. If yesterday showed us anything it's that Armanti has had no room to run all season. If he gets a little bit of space he's automatically good for making a few guys miss. Blame the special teams, not Armanti. He is going to be a good returner, he's got the moves and nobody can deny that.

Pilares was garbage until 2 weeks ago give me a break.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:13 PM

Is there really another position to take on AE? Its either stick with the facts or just make things up. I choose not to do the latter. I like AE and think he is working his butt off but its just the fact that he is not producing. When our team is losing by 3 points one KR or PR could be the difference and I would like the best guy back there.


The only time the best guy gets put out there is during play-offs or a game at the end of the year that's make or break.

There are no more then 4 teams who actually use there "star" talent (couple you really wouldn't consider a star other then PR aka Hester & Cribbs).

-Cribbs
-Hester
-Jackson
-Peterson

You guys talk like you don't watch football, like do you only watch the panthers and it's been so long since you've seen a punt return TD?
Well here let me just go ahead and give you guys a heads up...

THERE IS HARDLY EVER MORE THEN 4-5 PEOPLE WHO RETURN MORE THEN 1 PUNT A YEAR, AND A COUPLE OF THEM ARE CONSIDERED ALL-TIME GREATEST.

anyway, first year returning punts for armanti kids doing great can't wait to watch him next year.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:20 PM

Carolina Fan is on point..

anyone expecting a TD return every time we are down 3 points is f**king kidding themselves.. :lol:

to even raise that point is funny as hell when even the best (perhaps aside from Hester on a great year) runs back more than 2 a year and only 2-3 do that every year...

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:21 PM

Armanti is too slow with the ball in his hands, and in fact, Munnerlyn looked better returning the ball for us. Armanti is not used at receiver. He's basically taking up a roster spot. I would be astonished if he is here next year.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:27 PM

Armanti is too slow with the ball in his hands, and in fact, Munnerlyn looked better returning the ball for us. Armanti is not used at receiver. He's basically taking up a roster spot. I would be astonished if he is here next year.


Personally everytime i watched capt get ready to catch a punt i was scared to death until he actually caught it then i was fine, i was the same way with armanti aswell but now i trust armanti alot more then capt... Armanti was never a 4.3 speedster type of a guy, hes slick if he can consistently catch a couple of blocks i bet he would average double maybe even more as much as he does now.

But i will agree, he lacks top end speed and there are alot of people who are faster and can probably return one better then Armanti could... But i think Armanti will be alot more consistent then anyone else on this team and maybe even break one a year... which by the way is a hell of a year.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:31 PM

Edwards is not an NFL player. He isn't good. Period. End of story. Please stop making threads once a week about a guy who won't be on the roster next season.

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:39 PM

Proof is in the pudding
KICKS -
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NAME/TEAM
RET
YDS
AVG
TD
LONG
RET
YDS
AVG
TD
LONG
FC
1 Devin Hester, Chi 23 519 22.6 1 98 19 368 19.4 2 82 7
2 Patrick Peterson, Ari 0 0 0 0 0 31 558 18.0 4 99 14
3 Javier Arenas, KC 15 314 20.9 0 35 21 310 14.8 0 37 5
4 Randall Cobb, GB 25 696 27.8 1 108 20 255 12.8 1 80 14
5 Jacoby Jones, Hou 0 0 0 0 0 34 424 12.5 1 79 5
6 Julian Edelman, NE 10 236 23.6 0 37 19 232 12.2 1 72 5
7 Ted Ginn Jr., SF 23 657 28.6 1 102 31 354 11.4 1 55 13
8 Leon Washington, Sea 32 773 24.2 0 51 30 337 11.2 0 37 11
9 Davone Bess, Mia 0 0 0 0 0 24 264 11.0 0 22 12
10 Antonio Brown, Pit 19 528 27.8 0 52 24 265 11.0 0 41 12
11 Quan Cosby, Den 9 254 28.2 0 41 18 196 10.9 0 30 7
12 Brandon Banks, Was 33 768 23.3 0 47 28 303 10.8 0 55 5
13 Marc Mariani, Ten 20 493 24.7 0 49 24 257 10.7 1 79 11
14 Eric Weems, Atl 18 413 22.9 0 37 23 242 10.5 0 42 14
15 Darren Sproles, NO 24 635 26.5 0 57 18 173 9.6 1 72 13
16 Preston Parker, TB 14 307 21.9 0 45 18 171 9.5 0 23 12
17 Brandon Tate, Cin 27 649 24.0 0 45 39 371 9.5 1 56 11
18 Patrick Crayton, SD 0 0 0 0 0 20 188 9.4 0 31 7
19 Jeremy Kerley, NYJ 1 15 15.0 0 15 17 159 9.4 0 53 8
20 Denarius Moore, Oak 1 20 20.0 0 20 23 215 9.3 0 34 7
21 Austin Pettis, StL 3 62 20.7 0 24 15 139 9.3 0 39 10
22 Joshua Cribbs, Cle 25 670 26.8 0 63 26 233 9.0 0 43 5
23 Marcus Sherels, Min 4 162 40.5 0 78 27 237 8.8 0 53 9
24 Stefan Logan, Det 19 494 26.0 0 33 27 212 7.9 0 20 23
25 Aaron Ross, NYG 0 0 0 0 0 13 100 7.7 0 18 10
26 Lardarius Webb, Bal 1 37 37.0 0 37 22 159 7.2 0 29 12
27 Armanti Edwards, Car 1 4 4.0 0 4 25 151 6.0 0 17 7
28 Mike Thomas, Jac