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Is Lamont Bryant The Next Impact Player Off The Practice Squad?

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Gettleman <add to dictionary> Gettleman...hmmmmmmmmmm, OK, I'm a dumb-ass.

So, we are also educational here. As Gettleman would say, it takes a village.

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ohaii LP <3

dont start dat sh*t lol :cool:

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Just give him a damn shot, his measurables are in the top 1%.

No poo,

I am not being a smartass when I say this, but if he can't learn the playbook who cares?

Just send him on go routes and use his gifts, lob the ball if need be, let him fight for it...he can jump like 8 feet apparently.

The only thing that could hold him back at this point is if he has rocks for hands.

Talent and measures like that are beyond rare.

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So his measurables are nice and watching him beat a midget CB to haul in a wounded pickle duck was cool but will it blend?

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So his measurables are nice and watching him beat a midget CB to haul in a wounded pickle duck was cool but will it blend?

that's what we should find out. They signed him back to the practice squad for a reason.

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that's what we should find out. They signed him back to the practice squad for a reason.

The skull will be hard on the blades but the rest of him should dice up nicely.

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that's what we should find out. They signed him back to the practice squad for a reason.

This, I'm questioning why we resigned Nelson Rosario though... Also since this is brought up don't know if yall know but Jared Green is a Dallas Cowboy we let him walk

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I would love to see it, but other teams know what we have on our PS. Miami, for example, needed a WR all year. Makes you wonder if he was hidden because he is a small schooler or if he simply lacks the skill. however, I will agree that he is better than Armanti. And at 6'5" he is perfect for Cam who is high on his throws a lot.

And remember, he practiced with the team. At no time did we consider moving him up? Wasn't Lafell injured at one point?

I think the player to watch is RB Tauren Poole. They did not trust the PS to keep him, so they put him on the IR.

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I also agree that the sleeper at WR is Gettis. He is 6-4 and runs a sub 4.4. Enterining his fourth year, if he stays healthy, he could be good. He was decent with Clausen at QB. We need a #1 WR, however, All we have are slots and #3s. (While Smith has served us well as the #1, he would have been unstoppable with a true #1 on his outside. 5'9" WRs are not usually suited for the outside. Not dissing him, just stating facts).

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Bye Armanti, Pilares & Murphy. Give me Smitty, Lafell, Gettis, Bryant & Joe Adams.

That would be glorious in comparison.

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I also agree that the sleeper at WR is Gettis. He is 6-4 and runs a sub 4.4. Enterining his fourth year, if he stays healthy, he could be good. He was decent with Clausen at QB. We need a #1 WR, however, All we have are slots and #3s. (While Smith has served us well as the #1, he would have been unstoppable with a true #1 on his outside. 5'9" WRs are not usually suited for the outside. Not dissing him, just stating facts).

True but Smitty isn't your average 5'9" WR... He plays like he's 6'11

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True but Smitty isn't your average 5'9" WR... He plays like he's 6'11

He is a beast, but how good would he have been in the slot with a stud #1 on the outside? THey could not cover him. He played outside because MH never brought in a good WR.

Smitty is going to hit a wall soon; I think he is already hitting it. He will decline rapidly--maybe not in 2013, but I am sure by 2014. We really need a stud WR. Smitty could play 3 more seasons (maybe) as a slot, part timer. As a #1, we will be lucky to see him finish 2013.

I LOVE his heart.

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