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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

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    Cuts: Batch, Hartwig, Dwyer, Foster, Eason

    Keeps: Grisham, Logan, Sylvester, Bailey, Harris
    Good list but I really hope we don't cut Dwyer to keep Logan and Grisham. When would Grisham ever see the field or be active on gameday?
    Couldn't the same thing be said about Dwyer? He will never see the field or be active on gameday either.

    I'm not advocating Grisham over Dwyer but at least Grisham has produced in practice and pre-season. He seems to have earned a spot where the only way Dwyer makes it is on reputation ... unless he has a great game tonight.

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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85
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    Cuts: Batch, Hartwig, Dwyer, Foster, Eason

    Keeps: Grisham, Logan, Sylvester, Bailey, Harris
    Good list but I really hope we don't cut Dwyer to keep Logan and Grisham. When would Grisham ever see the field or be active on gameday?
    Couldn't the same thing be said about Dwyer? He will never see the field or be active on gameday either.

    I'm not advocating Grisham over Dwyer but at least Grisham has produced in practice and pre-season. He seems to have earned a spot where the only way Dwyer makes it is on reputation ... unless he has a great game tonight.
    Dwyer had more impact in one series than Grisham has had all preseason. Grisham has done nothing to earn a roster spot in the preseason.

    They both can impact the practice squad IMO...
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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    Cuts: Batch, Hartwig, Dwyer, Foster, Eason

    Keeps: Grisham, Logan, Sylvester, Bailey, Harris
    Good list but I really hope we don't cut Dwyer to keep Logan and Grisham. When would Grisham ever see the field or be active on gameday?
    Grisham could be the #4 WR and a Hines Ward injury away from seeing lots of playing time.

    Beyond the top 3 WRs, you have very little NFL experience. Grisham's at least been with the team a year. Battle has some experience too, but I don't see him as a legit contributor in the offense.

    As far as Logan goes, he'll make an impact on the team and Dwyer will never see the field anyways. I think we can plunk him on the PS.

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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    Cuts: Batch, Hartwig, Dwyer, Foster, Eason

    Keeps: Grisham, Logan, Sylvester, Bailey, Harris
    Good list but I really hope we don't cut Dwyer to keep Logan and Grisham. When would Grisham ever see the field or be active on gameday?
    Grisham could be the #4 WR and a Hines Ward injury away from seeing lots of playing time.

    Beyond the top 3 WRs, you have very little NFL experience. Grisham's at least been with the team a year. Battle has some experience too, but I don't see him as a legit contributor in the offense.

    As far as Logan goes, he'll make an impact on the team and Dwyer will never see the field anyways. I think we can plunk him on the PS.
    That would assume Grisham is better than Battle, Sanders and Brown. I've seen nothing that would suggest that.

    He can go to the PS and no one will even pay attention from other teams.
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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo

    That would assume Grisham is better than Battle, Sanders and Brown. I've seen nothing that would suggest that.

    He can go to the PS and no one will even pay attention from other teams.
    I think he runs better routes. Gets off the line easier. Has better hands. And is dedicated to blocking downfield.

    But I don't think he's really being given a fair shot.

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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    I'm just saying that you only hear good things coming out of camp about Grisham ... not so about Dwyer. That's all.

    Are the Grisham haters and the Redmen haters the same people? Hmmm ...

    ... and if 'haters' is too severe please feel free to replace it with 'detractors'.

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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85
    I'm just saying that you only hear good things coming out of camp about Grisham ... not so about Dwyer. That's all.

    Are the Grisham haters and the Redmen haters the same people? Hmmm ...

    ... and if 'haters' is too severe please feel free to replace it with 'detractors'.
    Nope...I'd give Redman a big ol' thumbs up and Grisham a big ol' thumbs down.


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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85
    I'm just saying that you only hear good things coming out of camp about Grisham ... not so about Dwyer. That's all.

    Are the Grisham haters and the Redmen haters the same people? Hmmm ...

    ... and if 'haters' is too severe please feel free to replace it with 'detractors'.
    Nope...I'd give Redman a big ol' thumbs up and Grisham a big ol' thumbs down.
    And I give Redman a slightly upturned thumb and Grisham a thumbs down.
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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo

    That would assume Grisham is better than Battle, Sanders and Brown. I've seen nothing that would suggest that.

    He can go to the PS and no one will even pay attention from other teams.
    I think he runs better routes. Gets off the line easier. Has better hands. And is dedicated to blocking downfield.

    But I don't think he's really being given a fair shot.
    he runs good routes because his speed is slow motion...
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    Re: Predict the unexpected cuts and keeps

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo

    That would assume Grisham is better than Battle, Sanders and Brown. I've seen nothing that would suggest that.

    He can go to the PS and no one will even pay attention from other teams.
    I think he runs better routes. Gets off the line easier. Has better hands. And is dedicated to blocking downfield.

    But I don't think he's really being given a fair shot.
    he runs good routes because his speed is slow motion...
    Bell was fishwhacked, and it was obvious. Where there is piss, there is fire. - Moonie

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