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Thread: More Upside - Dez Bryant or Stephen Hill

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    WAIT! You mean to tell me that you took a dump and your turd caught a fly?


    SIGN THIS BEAST!




    the turd not my turd. a random turd at a jets game.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    we spent alot to get him with pick #47 was he worth all that? or did tanny reach again for all the wrong player?
    If he ends up being a starter for X amount of years, then it's worth it. The upside on the kid is phenomenal. The best case scenario is that he eventually becomes the #1 receiver on the team in year 3 or 4. When the Jets took Hill, SI's Tony Pauline said that he has legitimate #1 receiver potential. Even if he modestly lives up to his upside, that's still a legitimate starting receiver who is only 21 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    Hmm... He's more like a young Calvin Johnson.
    Don't encourage them.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    If Thrill can just work on his damn hands, he'd be a nice addition to the offense.
    Yes, and if Sanchez can just work on his throwing, he could be awesome!

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    it's cute that you are all believers lol.

    Hill IS NOT BRYANT.

    how about it..

    Hill is stiff on his cuts. doesn't catch with his hands... That alone should already set them apart.

    Bryant is NUTS but a heck of a player. Great hands and Extremely elusive.

    Hill has "straight Line Speed".

    Bryant is really quick. in all directions.

    Hill has to get alittle more agile before we discuss this.. D

    Don't be silly people. or just turn on some damn TAPE!

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Rexipus Rex View Post
    If he ends up being a starter for X amount of years, then it's worth it. The upside on the kid is phenomenal. The best case scenario is that he eventually becomes the #1 receiver on the team in year 3 or 4. When the Jets took Hill, SI's Tony Pauline said that he has legitimate #1 receiver potential. Even if he modestly lives up to his upside, that's still a legitimate starting receiver who is only 21 years old.
    somebody be drinking the hill kool ade.

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