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R.I.P. Woody Paige's Credibility

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  • R.I.P. Woody Paige's Credibility

    woody's thesis: after denver acquiring stokley, javon walker a year before, and drafting brandon marshall (who is an up and comer), the broncos should go blow some more money they don't have on an aging reciever.

    Originally posted by Woody Paige
    He is unafraid to run across the middle, will clutch the football and is a superior blocker. He could be a 60-catch, 600-yard receiver in Shanahan's system.

    Johnson is exactly the man of experience the Broncos need to join their receiving corps.

    The cocky author of the book "Just Give Me The Damn Ball!" when he was a rookie in New York claims he isn't ready to quit and wishes to play for a legitimate championship contender.
    i dont think we need someone like keyshawn on the team. we dont have the money, we have enough depth at WR, and we have enough age at WR. we dont need to run 5 WR sets when we have 2 great TE's and a great RB
    signing keyshawn would ruin tony scheffler's career in orange in blue

  • #2
    It would, but I don't think many people who don't watch a lot of Broncos games really know about Marshall, Scheffler, or Cutler. Think about how often you hear about those guys. Now think about how often you hear about guys they arguably outperformed. I find I hear a lot more about the guys our players outplayed(either of the other 2 QBs, some TE, some WR).

    Originally posted by Scott Wright
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    • #3
      if we had the money i wouldnt mind bringin in me shawn
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      • #4
        When did Woody Paige ever have credibility?


        • #5
          Originally posted by elway777 View Post
          When did Woody Paige ever have credibility?
          good point



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