03-12-2007, 12:45 PM
2nd Team Getting Their First Start
Join Date: Jul 2005
Re: Stallworth will sign here. [opinion]
Originally Posted by Snarf
<< A serious offer to become Tom Brady's #1 receiver?
Can't get a much better gig than that. >>
Told you so.
<< Underoath : If he was going to sign here, wouldn't you think he would've signed tonight? >>
You were wrong.
<< 3outta4 : Yeah, i dont think that fact that Brady would be the one throwing passes to him seems to have worked, what other free agents have left and then decided to come back and sign, Davis but thats only because Dallas offered rediculous money, even though hes probably not worth it >>
You were wrong too. Brady DID make a difference.
<< TomBrady's Goat :: can we drop this notion that playing with Brady is a huge incentive?
Let's say the Pats offered the 32M/6 that has been widely reported. If some other team offers 38M/6 I can't see a guy saying "hmm, I can go to this team and make an extra million dollars each year or I can go to this other team and catch passes from Tom Brady. I'm coming Tom!"
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Wow, you win 1000 wrongness points. That is PRECISELY what happened.
<< JustWinBrady :: If it was about winning stallworth would have signed with the pats yesterday, since he is visiting other teams, its all about the money. >>
You lose too. Just because someone wants to look at all options doesn't imply squat about their intentions. Some people like to just listen to all stories before making a decision. A smart move IMO.
hahahahaha. More Mea Culpa threads. This is funnier than hell.
I was right and I take all the credit. I win .... you lose. I was right along......
My gosh, people should be happy that our team, and I mean our team
has improved at the most obvious positions of need, LB and WR. Be happy. And stop bickering over who is right.... Hell we even got a 2 month vacation from Borges people.... its a dream off-season.
According to Rodney Harrison, new wide-receiver Wes Welker was “a pain in the butt” to deal with when he was with the Dolphins. “We had to double-team him because no one could stick with him man-to-man,” Harrison said.