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Thread: It's a sad state of Miami when...

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    It's a sad state of Miami when...

    Chris Chambers has been the most productive WR of most of my Miami Dolphin football watching days.

    Like the **** is that?




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    I have his autograph...
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    surprised he could hold onto the pen long enough to sign for you. i guess as long as you threw it 8 yards behind him against the boundary he would haul it in, but if you put it right in his hands you know he would have trouble holding on.
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    Just a good #2 WR treated as a #1 here.....

    Still not learning from mistakes.
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    i wish i was around to see warfield play, but i was lucky enough to see duper and clayton work their magic, and then along came fryar and mcduffie. i'm not going to dig up stats but i am pretty sure that nut job we had here for a couple of years put up better numbers than anything CC put up, sans in maybe 08 (i believe).
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    I remember when there were heated discussions here on how chambers was better than Reggie Wayne and that Wayne was a product of his qb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry_Bagpipe View Post
    I remember when there were heated discussions here on how chambers was better than Reggie Wayne and that Wayne was a product of his qb


    Are you serious?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinatic8u View Post


    Are you serious?
    Yep but many people, including me, thought he was gonna be a stud after his rookie season. His rookie year he stared only like 6 games, had 900 yards and I believe led the league or was close to it in yards per catch. It was like 19 yards per catch. His rookie year was really good

    Wayne didn't really take off until his fourth year
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    Chambers was indeed awesome in his rookie year. Then came the drop-off, or rather, a lack of progression; he never got better. He was also saddled with Fiedler which will derail one's NFL receiving career rather quickly.
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    Yeah he did have an amazing rookie campaign. I forgot about that.
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