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  1. Crazyeechrispats1

    Crazyeechrispats1 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Will it be the forgotten man Chad Jackson?
    A boost on special teams with Eddie Jackson?
    MR. Reliable down town Troy Brown?
    The Seymonsta giving us the most dominate d line in pro football.
    On a side note does anyone else hate that cowboy pepsi commercial the first time I saw it I was thinking wow that was pointless.
    Now since I've seen it a zillion times I think wow wheres the remote gotta change the channel!

    I know I'm on record here saying this I want Chad to be activated cause I think he can make some scary 4 wide receiver sets.
     
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    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I think Troy gets activated but maybe not yet. I think they'll wait to activate ALL the guys on PUP - definitely Troy, Chad and Seymour - for a few more weeks.
     
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    jbb9s In the Starting Line-Up

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    My only concern with Chad Jackson is that he doesn't have a spot on this team right now. He used to return punts. Not anymore with Welker. He used to be a long threat. Not anymore with the new 81 or Stallworth. Plus Gaffney has a nice niche as being a solid #4 who did well last year at the end. The only chance of him seeing the field at all or even being activated is if the front office knows that they can't resign Moss and Stallworth and desperately know that they need to get him ready for next year. But I would like to hope that Moss will take a home town discount although SP probably knows better.
     
  4. Crazyeechrispats1

    Crazyeechrispats1 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Jbbs while what you say has merit, You have to look at the ceilings of Washington, Gaffney and Jackson.
    Out of these guys I think it has to be Washington who get's traded or cut.
    Jackson is the deep threat Washington is suppose to be, he has attempted to play special teams.
    He has more natural talent hands and speed.
     
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    Fencer Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Washington may be pretty safe this year just because we're thin at TE and he's sort of an ersatz TE.
     
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    ironwasp Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    If Chad Jackson can line up at tail back for a couple of weeks, I think he has a good shot at being activated...
     
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    Your right. jackson has no spot on the team right now. but i cant see how we extend both moss and stallworth to big $$$ deals this off-season. that said, jackson is an unproven, injury prone deep threat, reminds me of bethel johnson. bye bye chad.
     
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    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Seymoer wont be back until the Colts game


    Brown may or may not come back, but someone is going to suffer Gaffney/Washington...


    Jackson will be drug along all yr long i think..
     
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