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Needs and Wants for Tomorrow Night

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People who (I think) need to have a good game tomorrow night

WR: Seyi and Armanti both of these guys are close to the door

Greg Hardy: I dont think there is any danger in him getting cut but I think Rivera is displeased

Pickles: Might be far fetched but he needs to show some glimmer of talent. At the end of the day if this team is down to Jimmy at QB how much better is he than any number of guys off the street? That one guy we had a couple years back would do. His kid must be potty trained by now.

Gary Barnidge: I think he might be on the cut line.

Kickers and Punters

People who I want to have a good game tomorrow night

Louis Murphy: I want him to shine and establish himself as a solid third option

Thomas Davis: I dont expect a lot in terms of numbers or snaps but it would be nice to see him active and in a lot of plays.

Josh Norman: Would love to see him solidify a starting spot

Greg Hardy: I want him to step up and get a solid rush opposite C. Johnson.

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Pickles needed to have a good game 2 years ago.

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  1. no injuries.
  2. first team getting all their reps done early so they can get off the field.
  3. at least two WRs in addition to lafell step up.
  4. gamble shut down holmes.
  5. norman shut down his guy.
  6. kicker and punter jobs won.
  7. davis in limited play-time finishing healthy and strong.
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No injuries, no injuries, oh yeah. NO INJURIES!

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People who (I think) need to have a good game tomorrow night

WR: Seyi and Armanti both of these guys are close to the door

Greg Hardy: I dont think there is any danger in him getting cut but I think Rivera is displeased

Pickles: Might be far fetched but he needs to show some glimmer of talent. At the end of the day if this team is down to Jimmy at QB how much better is he than any number of guys off the street? That one guy we had a couple years back would do. His kid must be potty trained by now.

Gary Barnidge: I think he might be on the cut line.

Kickers and Punters

People who I want to have a good game tomorrow night

Louis Murphy: I want him to shine and establish himself as a solid third option

Thomas Davis: I dont expect a lot in terms of numbers or snaps but it would be nice to see him active and in a lot of plays.

Josh Norman: Would love to see him solidify a starting spot

Greg Hardy: I want him to step up and get a solid rush opposite C. Johnson.

I was with you until the Barnidge part. That just doesn't make any sense at all and I have no idea how you came to that conclusion. He is the reason we didn't resign Shockey and he is our #2 TE. Maybe Hartstock or Brockel but no Barndige

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  1. no injuries.
  2. first team getting all their reps done early so they can get off the field.
  3. at least two WRs in addition to lafell step up.
  4. gamble shut down holmes.
  5. norman shut down his guy.
  6. kicker and punter jobs won.
  7. davis in limited play-time finishing healthy and strong.

QFT.

Agree on all points.

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Barny hasn't shown anything all preseason.

Disappointing.

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1. No injuries

2. Kill The Golden Calf of Bristol

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