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    Marquice Cole quietly saved the game...

    Made a nice play on Sanders.....

    Maybe this guy could play the nickel

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    good job by cole but i wouldn't want him for nickel...i still wanna see wilson get a chance..he has been getting better and drew coleman scared me today while covering sanders

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    [QUOTE=Rexamillion5592;3871713]good job by cole but i wouldn't want him for nickel...i still wanna see wilson get a chance..he has been getting better and drew coleman scared me today while covering sanders[/QUOTE]

    I think Wilson is behind both Cole and Coleman on the depth chart.... He's a bust

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    i think he needs more of a chance imo...he got thrown to the sharks early in the season....

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    [QUOTE=JerryJet;3871737]I think Wilson is behind both Cole and Coleman on the depth chart.... He's a bust[/QUOTE]

    LOL, way too early to call him a bust. CB is the toughest position to transition from college to pros. Most rookies get eaten alive. We'll have to see!

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    Cole stayed with his man to SAVE the season for about 10 seconds, and you want Wilson over him??

    Insane

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    [QUOTE=JerryJet;3871807]Cole stayed with his man to SAVE the season for about 10 seconds, and you want Wilson over him??

    Insane[/QUOTE]

    Gotta agree with you on this one. Wilson is crap this season. I understand the learning curve for rookie CB's, so I'm holding out hope, but this kid has been crap. Admittedly he's gradually getting better which is good.

    But right now:

    Coleman & Cole > Wilson.

    unfortunately.

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    Major props to Cole! He has earned more and more minutes and we saw why today...

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    So far, no return on investment in this year's draft. Maybe in the long run.

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    [QUOTE=Flaming Mo;3871993]Major props to Cole! He has earned more and more minutes and we saw why today...[/QUOTE]

    I absolutely agree. Its about time COLE got a chance to show what he has.

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    [QUOTE=Heynowguy;3872073]So far, no return on investment in this year's draft. Maybe in the long run.[/QUOTE]

    Holmes

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    [QUOTE=Santonio;3872082]Holmes[/QUOTE]

    More of a trade move than a draft move.

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    [QUOTE=Santonio;3872082]Holmes[/QUOTE]

    yup especially cuz we drafted holmes

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    Wilson had one nice play on 3rd down where he had great coverage on his receiver and the pass was incomplete. Other than that, it's pretty much a crapshoot what you're going to get from any of these 3 CBs on any given play. It's good that Cole stepped up when he did though.

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