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Crayton Traded To SD

I think this will hurt more than Dallas is leading on. With this they are now relying on a big dose of Dez Bryant and Roy Williams. I like Kevin Olgatree as well

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-03-2010, 04:52 PM
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-03-2010, 04:55 PM
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ill take it. if it does hurt da boys then it will be the shit from the antonio bryant trade to tampa bay, any trade like that is bound to come back at u, but this time i think not. crayton is alright but he was already fighting for his position, this is why the nfl is so fucking awesome, anything can happen. go cowboys, usvi for life.
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I think I just heard BCoop bust a nut...yeah, I'm positive he did.

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While Crayton always seemed to open his mouth too much and at the wrong time, I think we is a very underrated receiver... The Cowboys will miss him more than they think!

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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-04-2010, 10:24 AM
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PC is a good reciever but he has the same problem as Joey Galloway too small to be a number one reciever. He's OK for a slot reciever but hes no Wes Welker (type). When he had his time he dropped too many passes and ran the wrong routes some of which caused interceptions and then didn't do enough to tackle the DB's after the play, but instead he was throwing a tantrum about it.
We have plenty of WR's that are better than PC, excluding that washed out RW, I have no clue how that clown wound up on our team. He has/had some talent but we have some very young and talented reciever corp to worry about PC and RW
s, good riddence son...
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I just think they are now relying alot on guys that are either young or guys that havent shown they could be consistent on a weekly basis

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