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    Walter I know Terrell Owens and Jason Witten are one of if not thee best at their positions in the NFL, however I'm not sure how they justify 5 stars when Patrick Crayton is one of the worst second receivers in the league and Sam Hurd is one of the worst slot receivers. Crayton has awful problems with drops and like Sam Hurd they have pretty poor stats considering the fact quite a few guys are taking up a lot more attention on their offense than themselves, i.e double teams.

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    I agree 5 stars is too much for that ancient receiving corps. Also D-line shouldn't have 5 stars. In fact I don't think the Cboys should have any 5star categories.

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    • #3
      Well, I gave the Patriots 5 stars for their receivers, and no one seemed to have a problem with that.

      Right now, Moss is a bit better than Owens; Witten is better than Welker by a wider margin; and Crayton is slightly better than the inconsistent Ben Watson.
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        I agree with those guy's. Secondary could, maybe LBers because of how good the OLBers are.

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        • #5
          Well if the Cowboys had an upgrade over Roy Williams, they'd have a 5-star secondary.
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          • #6
            All of these write-ups are excellent.

            I agree with most of this one. Dallas seems to be underrated in Internet land. I think Romo winning in the playoffs is just a matter of time. Circumstances can give people an unjust bad reputation and I think that’s the case with him. With Neuman and Pacman their defense will be very tough because the rush they quarterback very well. If they were weaker on the offensive line I wouldn’t say this but I think Dallas makes it to the Super Bowl. Being good upfront on both sides with good quarterback play makes them for real.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Walter View Post
              Well if the Cowboys had an upgrade over Roy Williams, they'd have a 5-star secondary.
              I still think he's a good safety. He struggled in pass coverage but he's dominant in the box. That's why they have like 4 quality corners (counting Henry). That's why they're converting Henry is because of Williams pass coverage woes but why can't you have a run specialist and pass coverage specialist? Offenses have power runners and speed runners so why can't you have that SS?

              And when did Spears lose his job?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Walter View Post
                Well, I gave the Patriots 5 stars for their receivers, and no one seemed to have a problem with that.

                Right now, Moss is a bit better than Owens; Witten is better than Welker by a wider margin; and Crayton is slightly better than the inconsistent Ben Watson.
                I don't have a problem with The Pats getting 5 stars as they have viable options beyond Moss and Welker, such as Watson, Gaffney, Jackson and David Thomas

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by giantsfanmike View Post
                  I don't have a problem with The Pats getting 5 stars as they have viable options beyond Moss and Welker, such as Watson, Gaffney, Jackson and David Thomas
                  Well, Jackson and Thomas haven't proven anything yet. Crayton is much better than Watson, who often disappears. Gaffney is very mediocre; Tom Brady makes him look a lot better than he is.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by DraftKidWonder View Post
                    And when did Spears lose his job?
                    This offseason. Spears was quoted as saying he'll play nose tackle behind Tank. Jay Ratliff will be taking over Spears' spot.
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                    • #11
                      These star-ratings are so inconsistent. Without Owens, Witten could not thrive.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Walter View Post
                        This offseason. Spears was quoted as saying he'll play nose tackle behind Tank. Jay Ratliff will be taking over Spears' spot.
                        Wes Welker is not worse then Jason Whitten, especially because they play a different position.

                        Whitten is better than Watson but Welker is better than Glenn (is he still alive?) and Crayton. Plus you alreeady gave Moss the edge over T.O. If you're going to give out five stars we have to be talking ELITE man

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post
                          These star-ratings are so inconsistent. Without Owens, Witten could not thrive.
                          Would Welker thrive without Moss?
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TRICKaz View Post
                            Wes Welker is not worse then Jason Whitten, especially because they play a different position.

                            Whitten is better than Watson but Welker is better than Glenn (is he still alive?) and Crayton. Plus you alreeady gave Moss the edge over T.O. If you're going to give out five stars we have to be talking ELITE man
                            Tough to compare positions, but Jason Witten is arguably the best tight end in the NFL. Wes Welker is a nice receiver, but he's nowhere near my top 10.

                            We're talking about secondary targets here anyway, and Witten played some WR in 2007.
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                            • #15
                              Yeah I agree that its tough to compare these two. Honestly the way Welker plays is kind of changing the position. Its not like he could be a number one reciever, but as a slot guy he's absolutely devastating. tied for first in nfl receptions right?

                              Personally I have a problem with the receiving corps of the highest scroing offense of all time, and they aging receiver corps of dallas being ranked equally, but I admit some Patriot homerism comes into play here.

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