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Subject: Re: Triumph and Tragedy (and of course a little politics)


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Date Posted: Saturday, November 27, 11:06:48am
In reply to: Marquis 's message, "Re: Triumph and Tragedy (and of course a little politics)" on Saturday, November 27, 09:48:59am

I guess they both bring different things to the table. Williams was more explosive and fast than I had imaginged. Real game breaker. Dixon has glue for hands and boy can he jump but he did not run like I thought although most of the catches I saw were sideline routes. As a mobile QB, I thought he would have used his supposedly break away speed more. Great possession receiver though and if he had more time as a receiver maybe we would have seen some of the other things. Anyway, it is a good story.

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