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Hey Carpanfan What is the Breakdown between Patterson and Hunter now?

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another one of those KKL thread calling huddler out. lmfao

 

kkl got banned, but you were close to it just for provoking him.

 

take whatever that is that you two have going to a hotel and/or PMs.

 

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Patterson certainly has the talent to be awesome

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things getting serious up in dis bitch

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Hopkins is/was the best WR in that class. 

 

that remains to be seen. hopkins is the only one with a legitimate qb throwing him the ball.

 

patterson is a big play waiting to happen, it's a shame he has ponder throwing to him.

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Some people are really out of control with new given power.

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Hopkins is/was the best WR in that class.

I'm not sure he was ever the best in that class, but he could eventually become the best. Thompkins and Woods has been playing well so far, but I do think that Hopkins' upside is bigger.

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K Allen is the best of the class so far.

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Allen, T. Williams, Woods and undrafted Kenbrell Thompkins look to be the shining ones.

 

I'm surprised by the lack of attention T-Will is getting in Dallas bc he has been damn good.   

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