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#15 : July 29, 2007, 02:38:39 PM

Clayton could actually fall to #5.

Hilliard has surer hands when you need that 3rd down conversion and has proved it since being here.

Galloway #1, Boston/Stovall 2 and 3 or 3 and 2, Hilliard #4.


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#16 : July 29, 2007, 02:41:29 PM

It wouldn't take long for opposing teams to realize the pattern. They would switch to a 3-9 defense, 3 on the line, 9 at the 1 yard line; then what would we do?
Well, after the penalty for having 12 men on the field, We could fake 'em out with a draw play for 5 yards and another first down.

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#17 : July 29, 2007, 02:44:23 PM

It wouldn't take long for opposing teams to realize the pattern. They would switch to a 3-9 defense, 3 on the line, 9 at the 1 yard line; then what would we do?
Well, after the penalty for having 12 men on the field, We could fake 'em out with a draw play for 5 yards and another first down.

LOL-Can't believe I missed that one.


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#18 : July 29, 2007, 02:54:49 PM

BOSTON will have a large roll this year............

Yea, He'll be butter.


Har har har.

Good one. :D

I'm interested in seeing what Boston can do. At the very least, we should have some insurance there in case Clayton continues to struggle. I feel much better now that Stovall has a year under his belt.

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#19 : July 29, 2007, 03:15:06 PM

It wouldn't take long for opposing teams to realize the pattern. They would switch to a 3-9 defense, 3 on the line, 9 at the 1 yard line; then what would we do?
Well, after the penalty for having 12 men on the field, We could fake 'em out with a draw play for 5 yards and another first down.

LOL-Can't believe I missed that one.

Same here. I didn't know it until I read the reply post...lol




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#20 : July 29, 2007, 06:35:04 PM

Clayton could actually fall to #5.

Hilliard has surer hands when you need that 3rd down conversion and has proved it since being here.

Galloway #1, Boston/Stovall 2 and 3 or 3 and 2, Hilliard #4.



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#21 : July 29, 2007, 07:02:35 PM

I love having Boston in Tampa. Low Risk/High Reward type player. If he can come in and be the 2nd or 3rd WR, that would be huge.


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#22 : July 29, 2007, 08:58:03 PM

Boston looks like he's going to switch off with Clayton as the number two.   Much quicker and gets seperation always. 

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#23 : July 30, 2007, 12:11:15 AM

We are going to keep Galloway, Stovall, Boston and hilliard. We will then pick up a couple of young flyers who can return kicks too. There is going to be a surplus of WRs who will be cut from other teams during TC. I say grab a couple of 4.3 guys. KRs are generally wide outs. If you ever want a touchdown on a kick off return a 4.3 guy is the way to go.
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