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  1. F0nSY

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    Your perfect receiver for the New England Patriots.Who's he?Randy Moss,Terrel Owens,Jerry Porter...Answer.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    My answer, and I'm not being coy: The ones we have. ;)

    But no, if I could get anybody out there on the Pats I think I'd take either Marvin Harrison or Wes Welker.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    Torry Holt or Marvin Harrison. They put up great #'s and they don't care if the whole world is talking about them.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    Steve Smith - tough, smart, hard working...sounds like a Patriot
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    I agree with your two picks. I know has has some primadonna in him as well (I know the spelling is wrong) but Steve Smith just drops my jaw week after week. I would love to get him on my team, and he seems to share a passion for winning.
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    Chad Jackson. :rocker: The CJ era begins this Sunday.
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    Can I have AZ's?
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    tory holt or anquan boldin

    tory - quiet, plays hard, fast, great hands, great routes team guy

    boldin - tough to take down, strong



    why not smith? Hes spoken out before and got ejected last season..way too ****y
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    He spit in Poole's face... I don't want this punk.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    Poole spit first, Smith let him know he wasn't going to be his b**ch and burned Poole for a TD. If it wasn't for Smith catching balls on Poole all day, the Panthers wouldn't even have been in the game. So add "plays big in big games" to my original post. I'd take him any day.
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    I would have to go with Chad Jackson. Very CHEAP for several years salary-wise, superglue hands, great size, exceptional speed, experience in two completely different college offensive systems...
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    Actually, I love Marquis Colston. No one is is making less then he is and he plays with heart and dedication. Anyone who says you can't expect a lot from a rookie should watch him play. Plus the whole undrafted free agent is the Patriots style, I love this kid and hope he starts getting the praise he deserves as being a better rookie then Bush right now. And quite honestly in my opinion and I am gonna get reemed for saying this, he is beating Maroney as ROY right now.
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    I really have always liked Andre Johnson, from the Texans. He could be a legitimately great receiver if he ever got out of that hell hole in Houston. Also, I think Michael Clayton of the Buccaneers is a solid receiver.
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    Steve Smith, Torry Holt, and Hines Ward.
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    Hines Ward and Hank Baskett....Both Tough,Hard working guys that would look classy in a Pats Jersey..
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    It seems like people are naming who they think is basically the best receiver in the NFL who isn't a headcase. Shouldn't we be taking into account salary?
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    I've always thought Hines Ward would fit best.
    Boldin would be awesome too.
    After what ive seen of TJ Housh this year, and all those amazing catches i would take him too if he left the comments and attitude in cinci

    he seemed ok on tv tho
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    Hence my Wes Welker suggestion. :)
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    Steve Smith, Steve Smith, oh, and Steve Smith.

    I wouldn't mind Holt, Boldin, or Fitzgerald either.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    I remember you saying that a season ago, too. Silly.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver


    I wasn't even going to respond to it because of exactly that. ;)
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    Someone has to say it; how about Deion Branch?
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    Right now I will stick with our crew, but will know better around week 10.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver


    Your Fired.....
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    I can't agree more. If they didn't suck, they'd be good!

    :eek:
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    You are forgetting the receiver BB tried to sign (2) seasons ago:

    Derrick Mason

    Had he accepted the offer we wouldn't have these WR "issues" right now.

    One of the most underated WR's in the league or under-hyped I should say.
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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    Best in the league? That's a joke.

    There's being optimistic, then there's just being an absurd homer. You crossed the line.
  28. mgteich

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    Re: Your perfect receiver

    This is NEM being NEM. He is so far passed the line that he cannot even see it.


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    Holt........................
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    Torry Holt or Anquan Boldin. Boldin is big and physical, and Holt plays great in the playoffs. Neither seem to be too primadonnay for WR's.

    Hines Ward would be my thrid.

    I would not want Marvin Harrison. The guy hates to be hit and absoltuely disapears during the playoffs. Steve Smith is great but he is to much of your showy, me first, egotistical WR like Chad Johnson and Terrell Owens. I would still want him on my team because he is not as bad as those two, but I would chose the three first.

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