@RossJonesFOX: DeAndre Hopkins denies any involvement in hotel room trashing. Here's his first comments since ESPN report surfaced: http://t.co/Nsuq1MYdWx
@AdamSchefter: A trashed hotel room at Indy scouting combine that Yahoo reported on belonged to Clemson WR DeAndre Hopkins and Rutgers WR Mark Harrison.
Thank you bro, you are one of the most unintentionally funny kids around ... you had me crying my eyes out with this ...
let me address the progression of this conversation
1. Brain Surgeon Dreamers states2. I stateI would think any trade with Atlanta would include players. I wouldnt be shocked if they traded Roddy White on draft day.3. you have the urge to chime in withAtl is making a run at the Super Bowl this year the last thing they would do is trade away their best WR4. i respond withRoddy White is 100% for sure not their best WR.5. now we are up to date with your reply here which i will address below:White is without a doubt and should be the Falcons #1 WR
A. My main point to Dreamers is that there is not a chance in h*ll that they are going to trade anyone little less one of their best players for 2013. Your decision to quibble over whether White or Jones is best must come from wanting to get in it with me as it was irrelevant to my post.
B. White and Jones are the best receiving duo in the league ... they truly are a 1 and a 1A ... toss Gonzales in for 2013 and this passing offense can be a thing of beauty.
C. My quote of hands down White is 1 was simply mirroring the verbiage in rebutting your quote of hands down Jones is 1. The fact of the matter is they are both great. If i have to pick 1 for the make or break game in 2013 or the make or break catch in the 2013 NFC Championship game to decide if they are going to the Big Dance in the Meadowlands or not i pick White. He is the clutch, when it matters most man.
Their 2012 numbers
White 92 receptions, 1351 yards, & 7 td's
Jones 79 receptions, 1198 yards, & 10 td's
Get this for White's last 3 seasons - 307 receptions, 4036 yards, & 25 td's. He is an iron horse for durability as well missing 0 games in 8 seasons while Jones has missed 3 in his 2 seasons.
so now lets separate your last response into the 3 different parts
1.what are we asking them if they want the player for? the original conversation was regarding them trying to win the superbowl in 2013 season/2014 bowl ... who will those GM's want for that? I can see some going each direction, i would believe most would pick White ... i can see some healthy debate going on by the Front Office's on the matter though ... the statement that all would choose Jones is absurd!If you asked 32 gms in this league whether they would want Julio Jones or Roddy White 32 would probably say Julio Jones.
2.... WHAT??? in trying to win this argument the best you can come up with is some conversation from years ago about whether the Jets picked McElroy in the 7th round? LOL ... for real ?!?!? ...Also we all know your cred when you swore up down and sideways the there was no way the Jets were drafting a QB a few years back and they picked McElroy, then the massive back peddaling began.
3.... the kid whose screen name is derived from beer & from fish is making fun of somebody else's ???Heck your forum name is a gem in of itself of football evaluation.
You're too much! ... Thanks again for the laughs
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that's not good.
@JasonLaCanfora: Wrote last week about sense among some execs Jets could target WVU's Austin and Smith two 2 1st rnd picks post Revis trade. We'll see
@AdamSchefter: FIU safety Johnathan Cyprien is having a private workout at FIU today for Bengals DC Mike Zimmer.
@JasonLaCanfora: With many pass rushers dropping, Tank Carradine still generating buzz from recent workout. Saints seem quite intrigued among others
Rich Cimini @RichCimini 2h
Jets have sent out word they're interested in trading down to accumulate extra picks, per source. Sound strategy.
- Last week we reported it looked very unlikely DJ Fluker/Alabama would make it out of the top half of round one. That was further confirmed today after sources told me the Tennessee Titans and San Diego Chargers, who own the 10th and 11th picks respectively, are both considering Fluker. At first glance Fluker-to-Tennessee seems a bit odd as their offensive line is in need of a guard. But sources tell me the Titans view Fluker as a day one starter at the guard position.
@seniorbowl: Going back to preseason/summer magazines and forecasts for 2013 draft, Warmack is only potential top 10 even listed in top 50 by Lindy's.
@TonyPauline: Word from few people today is Oakland Raiders may have a trade in place to move down a few slots if either Joeckel/Fisher lands in their lap