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Thread: Bill Parcells says what we need!

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    Boldin doesn't fit our needs. He is a physical possession receiver who lacks deep speed. He's averaged less than 13 yards per catch for his career. He has greatly benefited by all the defensive attention devoted to Larry Fitzgerald, who is clearly the more dangerous threat. We need a #1 WR who can be physical, and stretch the field.

    Something like this.
    6'2, 206 lbs, 4.23 40

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolfanmark View Post
    Boldin doesn't fit our needs. He is a physical possession receiver who lacks deep speed. He's averaged less than 13 yards per catch for his career. He has greatly benefited by all the defensive attention devoted to Larry Fitzgerald, who is clearly the more dangerous threat. We need a #1 WR who can be physical, and stretch the field.
    Yes...with Chad Pennington as our QB, our biggest need is a deep threat.

    A WR who is as good after the catch as almost anyone in the league would be a horrible thing to pair with the most accurate QB in league history, right?

    BTW - While there is no doubt that Boldin benefits from playing opposite Fitz (who wouldn't), he is hardly a product of playing opposite Fitz. If you think he is, please explain his rookie year when he played opposite such 'studs' as Bryant Johnson, Nate Poole and Bryan Gilmore.

    101 rec 1377 yds 13.6 avg 8 TD
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    Quote Originally Posted by burger13 View Post
    Yes...with Chad Pennington as our QB, our biggest need is a deep threat.
    Planning around Chad Pennington is being short sighted. He has never played more than 25 games in 2 consecutive seasons. And his lack of arm strength severely limits the running game. Yes, that's right, the running game. Watch the games and count how many defenders are lined up within 6 or 7 yards of the line of scrimmage. It is always at least 8, and often 9 or 10. Until that changes, we will struggle to run the ball. And teams play us that way because they know that Pennington cannot beat them deep. Until our deep passing game is a threat, our running game won't be. Chad Henne will get his chance in 2009, and our plans for developing our roster need to be built around him as the long term answer at QB.
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    What if the smokescreen is trying to get people thinking its a smokescreen so they'll think completely the opposite of what he says and he actually goes along with what he says?
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    Who is Hakeem Nicks? LOL.
    It's not just BB anymore. Go HEELS!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrEd View Post
    Anquan Boldin. 6'1" 210 LBS. Makes spectacular catches, catches deep bombs, catches balls up the middle, is spectacular with yards after catch, like Boldin.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_aMQ2R7dYQ

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ikDsi-DJA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHyYfMbfYso

    Thanks man, those videos really got me hyped up.
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    The thought of pairing Nicks or Heyward-Bay with Teddy, Bess and camarillo just gets me excited! I don't think the dolphins can go wrong with either of those draft picks at 25.
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