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Thread: Stephen Hill/Remembering former Jet WRs

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    Guy spends to much time un the Short Hills Mall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigalbarracuda View Post
    I will say this for Hill... he's better than Justin McCareins.
    Nope, Hill makes Mccareins look like Randy Moss. You misremember.

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    Trying to think of a Jets WR that I would rather have Hill over and I'm drawing a blank. Maybe the guy with dreads we got from Miami a few years ago that dropped all those passes against New England last year. They are both pretty bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Stats:

    2012: 21 rec, 252 yds, 12.0 y/r, 3 TD (didn't Marshall do this in one game?)
    2013: 24 rec, 342 yds, 14.3 y/r, 1 TD

    You all know the deal. You know how he plays, what he's produced, etc.

    Hypothetical situation. What former Jet WR would you take over Hill.

    Your answers can't be Al Toon, Rob Moore, Chrebet, Keyshawn, Walker and guys that are obvious. We'd all take those guys back in a second.

    I'll start with two. Chris Burkett and Kurt Sohn.

    Can you think of many worse WRs? Matthew Hatchett?

    A hypothetical thread to distract from the CJ2K, D-Jax bickering that we're doing.
    Kevin Swayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    Nope, Hill makes Mccareins look like Randy Moss. You misremember.
    Sadly, Justin McCareins is better than Stephen Hill thus far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dickkotite View Post
    hill is no better than alex van dyke or richie anderson
    You thinking about Stevie Anderson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Dude is a legit playmaker he just cant stay healthy. A larger Wesley Walker I guess.
    Or catch, or run routes, or play wide receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobR View Post
    You thinking about Stevie Anderson?
    YES thanks....

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    celebs i had in my cab:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Dude is a legit playmaker he just cant stay healthy. A larger Wesley Walker I guess.
    Are you on f*cking crack?

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    That list is sad

    Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    Guy spends to much time un the Short Hills Mall.
    Can't we say the same about you?

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