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Thread: Sowell's been turning it up!!

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    He played an awesome game, catches, blocks, special teams tackles. He really is a great all around player!! Lamont really exploded too.

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    play the young guys Herm, play teh young guys, good things happen every time these two touch the ball and Sowell is a starter he should get more touches

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    I gotta tell you, Sowell and Jordan (34) look good.

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    I'm still wincing about Sowell's dropped TD pass in game 1 or game 2.

    I know he's good though, and I need to get over it.

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    Originally posted by JerryK@Nov 10 2003, 12:35 PM
    I'm still wincing about Sowell's dropped TD pass in game 1 or game 2.

    I know he's good though, and I need to get over it.
    yeah that was in DC game 1

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    I don't miss Richie Anderson. Sowell has been solid.

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    Originally posted by y2k8@Nov 10 2003, 12:40 PM
    I don't miss Richie Anderson. Sowell has been solid.
    The difference between Sowell and Anderson is that Anderson probably would have fumbled yesterday.

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    Anderson is doing a very nice job in Dallas. Actually running the ball better than I remember him doing in green. But, Sowell has proven he has the talent for the starting job, he's younger, cheaper, and he plays special teams at an elite level.

    No regrets.

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    Originally posted by rbstern@Nov 10 2003, 12:58 PM
    Anderson is doing a very nice job in Dallas. Actually running the ball better than I remember him doing in green. But, Sowell has proven he has the talent for the starting job, he's younger, cheaper, and he plays special teams at an elite level.

    No regrets.
    yes, i too would like to see him stay

    how old is he?

    but then what would askew be good for?

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    Originally posted by rbstern@Nov 10 2003, 04:58 PM
    Anderson is doing a very nice job in Dallas. Actually running the ball better than I remember him doing in green. But, Sowell has proven he has the talent for the starting job, he's younger, cheaper, and he plays special teams at an elite level.

    No regrets.
    speaking of Dalls, Adrian Murrell was running wild for Dallas! i thought he was done

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    Originally posted by Piper+Nov 10 2003, 12:51 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Piper @ Nov 10 2003, 12:51 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--y2k8@Nov 10 2003, 12:40 PM
    I don&#39;t miss Richie Anderson. Sowell has been solid.
    The difference between Sowell and Anderson is that Anderson probably would have fumbled yesterday. [/b][/quote]
    HOLY SH&#33;% I agree with PIPER&#33; :blink:

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    there was no need to draft askew

    sowell is doing fine

    Lb should have been drafted in 3rd round

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