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5 reasons why losing K Lewis is not a bad thing.
I really don't see what the panic is about myself.
I do... Allen played well down the stretch but who was it against? Dallas? Cleveland? Ciny?
We wait a long time to see a CB develop and as soon as it looks like he arrived we let him go? I don't like this move
Romo threw the ball for the third most yards in the league last year. They also had one of the top 1-2 combos in the NFL at WR, especially by year end.
Originally Posted by feltdizz
Meither Dalton nor Weeden were top QBs, but they did have middle of the road numbers, and Dalton throws to one of the best WRs out there now.
1. Jack Daniels
It may be a bad thing, as I would prefer to have signed him, but it is hardly a tremendous loss...
When Ike leaves in a season or two? Then what?
It's a big loss. Don't sugar coat it.
We have a season or two to worry about it...
It's not that big of a deal...
You keep saying that when you see William Gay's back for three years.
Gay was not brought back to start opposite Taylor. He will play the slot which he has been good at doing. Lewis is the new starter opposite Taylor
Originally Posted by Siggy00
- Charles Harris-OLB, Missouri
- Rasul Douglas-CB, West Virginia
- Chris Godwin-WR, Penn State
- John Johnson-S, Boston College
- James Conner-RB, Pitt
- Nazair Jones-DT, North Carolina
- Garrett Sickels, DE/OLB, Penn State
I agree with Crash, lets not sugar coat this. It was a bad move period. Develop a young talent, then let him go. He wasn't a locker room cancer, or a me first player. Some act like finding a replacement for Ike will be easy. We already had his replacement. Why not let Ike walk and sign your young talent?