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    AGAIN, Demitrius Williams



    comes up to the plate and makes a couple of GREAT catches The kid's got game




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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    he really was a steal.
    Why again was he not a first rounder?
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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    I have been a believer since I saw him in training camp. #87 ROCKS!

    Soooooooooooooooooo much better than the Clarence Moore experiment.
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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    This kid has "it", when it comes to being a receiver. Stretch the field, catch on the run, and today he sat down in zones like a veteran. This guy needs to be on the field more.




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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    With our running game I suspect he will.




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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    We are quietly becoming a passing team. And if we are to succeed in the playoffs Demetrius will be a big part of it.




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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    That double move he put on Pac Man was sick,and then after that he had the speed to break away down the line.Jones tried to catch him but was struggling.

    I am convinced we have one of the most underrated WR core's in the NFL.No one can cover Clayton,Mason still makes plays on a regular basis,and DWill is slowly becoming one of our best kept secrets.

    Clayton can thatnk Heap for being wide open on that TD though,the coverage jumped Heap because of the threat he is and forgot about Mark and he made them pay.
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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    This guy was a steal in the 4th round, he was a legitimate 2nd rounder. Of course if we would have taken him there, he would be inactive every week!!!!
    Seriously, I have liked this kid since we picked him & am glad we have been using him. Great hands & runs great routes. No project with him, he looks like he has been playing for a few years in the NFL.


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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    Funny how the two best WRs of this past draft class came on the second day.

    Colston in the 7th round.

    Williams in the 4th round.
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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleRulz View Post
    Funny how the two best WRs of this past draft class came on the second day.

    Colston in the 7th round.

    Williams in the 4th round.
    I can't believe how good Colston is. A 7th rounder? Good shot to me OROY.
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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    Williams is a stud for sure. Its nice to know we have him opposite Clayton for years to come when Mason eventually retires or moves down the depth chart.




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    Re: AGAIN, Demitrius Williams

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/f...orts-headlines


    Here is an article on DW's role being expanded. Experts say that it takes two seasons for rookie WRs to learn the NFL. Looking at what Demetrius is doing in such a limited role, imagine this kid in the year 2008/09 season.
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