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    Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    I guess a fifth rounder is the going price for Ohio State receivers these days.

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    Re: Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    Yeah but Ginn was no SB MVP. Nor did he have 3 1000+ yard seasons. He also did not make one of the all time SB catches.

    Big difference between Ginn and Holmes
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    Re: Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    Santonio Holmes - 4 games = Ted Ginn, Jr. ?

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    Re: Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    Ginn didn't have 10 missteps over the last 8 years going back to college.
    Did he even have any?
    His misstep is that he was drafted as a WR. He has some talent, but is not a complete WR.

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    Re: Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    The good news is that we won't be looking at him!

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    Re: Ginn also traded for a fifth rounder

    Quote Originally Posted by California-Steel
    Yeah but Ginn was no SB MVP. Nor did he have 3 1000+ yard seasons. He also did not make one of the all time SB catches.

    Big difference between Ginn and Holmes
    Santonio did not have 3 1000+ yard seasons either. Last year was the first season he went over 1000 yards.


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