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Old 11-30-2012, 02:42 PM   #121
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490 through 8 games had him on pace to go for about 1,000 yards. Touchdowns are a crapshoot. So he's a 1,000 yard receiver who sees time at special teams, too. If you think we overpaid for that, so be it. But the passing game has nearly disappeared without Brown's playmaking. So no, he's not overrated.
The passing game has disappeared because we lost our franchise gunslinger.
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Usually I give someone with a post title as stupid as that the benefit of the doubt, but in your case I didnt even read your post, and would like to inform you that you sir, are an idiot.
Why would you resort to a personal attack on a board that is about opinions? Very immature!
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Why would you resort to a personal attack on a board that is about opinions? Very immature!
I can't anymore I got yelled at by one of the admin. So I'm sorry, k buddy?
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Look what has become of us, with out Ben even our forums are in disarray, fighting amounts our selves like rabid saint Bernards.
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Antonio Brown is nobody amazing. Dependable starter perhaps but I wouldn't call him pro bowl material or a once in a generation talent. He only has 3 career receiving TD's. The love you see for Brown is mostly an effect of Wallace's holdout. Wallace became the bad guy and people needed a hero to put him down. And on that matter Wallace hasn't played well either.
I'd have to disagree on this one. Brown, yes, has been a little light on the TD's but he has had only a handful of career starts and he is capable of making some truly spectacular plays. I know it was only preseason, but that catch and run against Indy this season was unbelievable. And the TD against the Browns on Thursday night last year was similarly incredible. He has big play capabilities and I do agree that he is the superior all around receiever to Wallace, and it is unfortunate that 17 has fallen so far from grace this year.
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