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  1. Re: Demetrius Williams



    Quote Originally Posted by Art-Florida View Post
    Good thing he (Williams) didn't come out next year. Our 4th rounder next season is gone, in exchange for the Saviour... and what, 11 million dollars?

    Even the original saviour went for only 40 pieces of silver. That's a lot of inflation in a thousand years.
    Greg's right, that was 30 pieces of silver Art




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    See, you just can't trust those romans.
    ENFORCE THE 1ST AMENDMENT WITH THE SECOND, NEVER DISARM




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Art-Florida
    Good thing he (Williams) didn't come out next year. Our 4th rounder next season is gone, in exchange for the Saviour... and what, 11 million dollars?

    Even the original saviour went for only 40 pieces of silver. That's a lot of inflation in a thousand years.
    Greg's right, that was 30 pieces of silver Art
    and I belive it was 2000 years of inflation. (or nearly 2,000 years)
    Section 106 from start to finish!




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    He's in a part of the field the Ravens haven't discovered yet................the middle.
    This has been true for years. It's like any pass between the hashmarks is prohibited.




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    Quote Originally Posted by Slip Mahoney View Post
    This has been true for years. It's like any pass between the hashmarks is prohibited.
    McNair to Wilcox on Sunday was between the hashmarks...




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    Maybe Demetrius can run some of the routes that used to be reserved for Randy Moss in the Billick playbook. He's tall and he seems to really fight for passes that are thrown off-the-mark or into coverage.




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    I don't understand why the jump ball is not thrown to Demetrius? He is 6'2, but did you see how high he jumped for that pass in the Panthers game; The pass that he dropped, but gave one heck of an effort?

    This guy is going to be special by next year. He also gives us a WR that can stretch the field.
    It's a new season! It's a new day!




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    They are jaming him at the line, he needs to work through that issue. Otherwise he seems to be a steal that low in the draft.




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    Re: Demetrius Williams

    I'm not ready to annoint him the next big thing just yet, but he does have a lot of potential. A whole lot. Once Mason retires, or his skills diminish, look for Clayton and Demetrius to be a very nice receiving tandem.

    They complement each other very well- Clayton is most effective underneath, but can go deep when needed to, while Williams is more of a deep threat type, but can go underneath when needed to. And both seem to be very good at getting yards after the catch.

    Now, if we could only get them the ball...




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