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Thread: Jerricho Cotchery vs. Mike Wallace

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    Ben and the OC made Wallace a whole bunch of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    Put Cotchery in a #1 WR role, with the salary attached, and he would look similarly bad. Cotch is a good complementary guy, and so is Wallace. When Wallace was at his best (circa 10-11?), he wasn't the focus.

    Unfortunately for them, for MIA to realize any amount of return on Wallace, they have to put more resources (e.g. #1 pick) into that position (something they probably can't afford to do). You put Wallace next to a true #1 type, and he'll start doing things we remember.

    Yeah. Sounds like a great investment, pay a WR like a top 5 in the NFL, then go find another #1 cause the first one can't do it alone.

    The MIA GM should be fired on the spot...

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    Shoe when Wallace was so great, who was our true #1 type WR?

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    Nice to watch Wallace drop the game winning catch he had both hands on. However since there was someone closer than three feet to him not surprisingly he panicked and droped it. Worst FA signing in a long time. Glad he is the Dolphins problem and not ours.

    Just watch that drop and the tough TD catch Brown made and that should settle any discussion of who the best WR is.

    What is really nice is that his blunder helped us in the play off chase by dropping the Dolphins to 5-6 in the last Wildcard slot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    Nice to watch Wallace drop the game winning catch he had both hands on. However since there was someone closer than three feet to him not surprisingly he panicked and droped it. Worst FA signing in a long time. Glad he is the Dolphins problem and not ours.

    Just watch that drop and the tough TD catch Brown made and that should settle any discussion of who the best WR is.

    What is really nice is that his blunder helped us in the play off chase by dropping the Dolphins to 5-6 in the last Wildcard slot
    Nah.. I watched that game as well and Wallace had 2 long catches, one was exactly like the AB catch.

    The drop late in the game wasn't an easy catch but its one you would want a #1 to make.

    Great win by the Panthers to help us out but Wallace was a problem vs them today. Still glad we didn't overpay for him but he didn't lose/blow that game.

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    Nah.. I watched that game as well and Wallace had 2 long catches, one was exactly like the AB catch.

    The drop late in the game wasn't an easy catch but its one you would want a #1 to make.

    Great win by the Panthers to help us out but Wallace was a problem vs them today. Still glad we didn't overpay for him but he didn't lose/blow that game.
    Wallace wasn't a problem for Miami today. He played well. Even "true" #1s do drop the odd catch.
    That said, today was not the norm -- he's generally disappeared over the season.

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    The long TD catch he made is the type of catch that we already knew he could make. He got behind the defender, who leapt at the ball and missed it. If he had to fend off the DB to get it, that is when we never see him make the play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeler_fan_in_t.o. View Post
    The long TD catch he made is the type of catch that we already knew he could make. He got behind the defender, who leapt at the ball and missed it. If he had to fend off the DB to get it, that is when we never see him make the play.
    Yep... right in his breadbasket

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    Nah.. I watched that game as well and Wallace had 2 long catches, one was exactly like the AB catch.

    The drop late in the game wasn't an easy catch but its one you would want a #1 to make.

    Great win by the Panthers to help us out but Wallace was a problem vs them today. Still glad we didn't overpay for him but he didn't lose/blow that game.
    yeah, that throw was terrible

    turned him around a couple times

    im glad our offense is so good (esp early in the season) where we couldnt use a receiver who had stats like today 120 yards Rec and a TD

    look out greatest show on turf

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    yeah, that throw was terrible

    turned him around a couple times

    im glad our offense is so good (esp early in the season) where we couldnt use a receiver who had stats like today 120 yards Rec and a TD

    look out greatest show on turf
    Yeah.. all it took was 11 games for him to show up.

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