Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by JR4, Nov 30, 2006.
No big deal at all. He'll be fine for the post draft mini-camp in May, or whenever it is.
Do you get off on calling people names ?
Fine so he may not play this week. It's not like we need him. No need to be a prick and call him names.
Chad Jackson will be far, far better than Bethel Johnson. And hopefully he'll play this week. If not, he hasn't been that big an impact so far this season so, production-wise, it's no big loss. If he's out again, though, it's a shame - I'd like to see him getting more experience.
It was really an inference that Jackson's health problems brings back
memories of someone who also had lots of P O T E N T I A L.
If you can honestly say you're not disappointed then .... you good man!
Not if can't stay healthy he won't.
Hey, It works for Chris Berman. The guy's just taking his shot at the big time
Genius. Nice argument.
with the amount of time hes missed he deserves to be called more than Bethel
hey Belichick Fan you talk about calling names then you call someone a prick, look in the mirror
So, are you saying that if he looks in the mirror he will see a prick?
The guy is a rookie WR, most WR don't have a whole lot of impact during their rookie year. He is at best 4th on the depth chart when he is healthy so it is not as if our game plan relies on his productivity. So why rush him and why use 12 games to judge him?
That Doesn't make a whole lot of sense!
Tell him to put some clothes on!
Ben Watson was even more useless as a rookie - he could not even run practice routes and look at him now!
A groin is tough to recover from and I think we have yet to see how great Jackson will become.
BETHEL (rookie year) 16 games - 16 rec, 209 yards, 2 TDs, fantastic KR's, poor WR pedigree (played mostly in a rudimentary passing system) and, as we've seen, VERY little upside (outside of KR's)
CHAD (so far) 9 games - 10 rec, 131 yards, 3 TDs, no impact on S/T's, much better pedigree (played in, and contributed to, two semi-sophisticated offensive systems, one of which was complex and similar to that of New England) and big-time upside
Ha...yeah...right. Your copying the previous jackasses who were all ****ting on Jackson for being "lazy", as if he had a choice whether he wanted to practice during training camp and the preseason or not. I dont know...maybe naming him Chad Bethel makes you cool or something.
3 TD's is even more than I expected from a rookie WR, considering he hasnt even been called to play much. Thats the same as Ben Watson...the same as Gabriel...same as Brown....same as Caldwell if you catch my drift.
I'd enjoy seeing you walk on a football field and take hits from defenses all the time, you'd problably end up as OUT status after two games.
Wow, a pro football player is hurt. I've never heard of such a thing. This is unacceptable.
Has nothing to do with his desire or being lazy or inablility to get the plays
down ... etc
.... it has to do with being able to stay healthy ... " if you catch my drift."
I hope this is just two freak injuries and the rest of his career he stays
healthy. But I kept giving Bethel the same hope situatuon after situation
... and finally .... well you know what happened.
So excuse me if I express my concern .... by making reference to Bethel.
I know I should be a koolaid drinking PATs fans and just assume all will be
ok but ... I am disappointed in Jackson's ability to stay healthy.
And how do you know that?
ohhh Because he is really fast right??
oh ok it's because he is really fast.
Patsox thinks CJ is really fast.
That means he'll be better than Bethel because Bethel wasn't fast or anything.
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