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Dante Rosario and Mike Goodson both....

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...scored touchdowns this week.

Should we be happy for them or question our front office?

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The former. We knew when we let them go they were decent players, but with no spot on our team. We had Olsen, Shock and Barney so no need for Rosario, and trading Goodson was a no brainer.

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It's not like we didn't know Mike Goodson had potential when we gave him away. It was still a good decision to trade him. We even upgraded the position after we let him go. Not sure why we would be upset over it.

As for Rosario, I'm glad he's gone. I'm glad he's finding success elsewhere too.

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I was genuinely thrilled for Goodson. I hope he does that every week.

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I was happy for both of them...Rosario had a huge day in SD. I hope they continue to play well on their new teams and stick on their rosters.

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Rosario was always a good reciever.

He was just terrrible at blocking assignments.

Goodson was always a good Rb.

He just couldnt hold onto the ball.

lotta upside / lotta downside.

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And recently released Robert McClain had an impressive int last night with a good return.

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