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Not only did you put Rashaun Woods on there, you voted for him as well.

Woods is only SF #3 or #4 WR, good luck at getting the OROY.

 

 

And you left off Philip Rivers who will take the Offensive rookie of the year.

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wouldnt Rivers have to be on the team first? :plain

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Kellen Winslow.

 

He's either the number one or two threat for the Browns and although he's a complete jackass he's a huge competitor and he plays full-tilt all the time. I think he'll have about 800 yards and 5 TDs.

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Eli Manning, and here's why:

 

1. Jeremy Shockey

2. Amani Toomer

3. Tiki Barber

4. Ike Hilliard

 

Even if he does face a lot of pressure, not only does he have some of the best weapons in the league to throw to but he has the talent and smarts to get it to them. IMHO, he'll be one of the QBs in the league for years to come.

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But the point is he probably won't. Warner clearly doesn't have anything left and Accorsi has been having wet dreams about Manning and the publicity he'll bring the team. Before the preseason I might have agreed with you, but after the past 2 games geting to see how mature and poised Eli is out there I would be very surprised to see Kurt start. And even if Kurt does start it'll probably just be against the Eagles in week 1 so that Eli doesn't get his brain turned to jell-o.

 

I'm telling you, the Giants are way too high on this kid to not let him start.

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Not only did you put Rashaun Woods on there, you voted for him as well.

Woods is only SF #3 or #4 WR, good luck at getting the OROY.

 

 

And you left off Philip Rivers who will take the Offensive rookie of the year.

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Try #2 behind Brandon Lloyd. I appreciate you talking out your ass about something you have no clue about though.

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Not only did you put Rashaun Woods on there, you voted for him as well.

Woods is only SF #3 or #4 WR, good luck at getting the OROY.

 

 

And you left off Philip Rivers who will take the Offensive rookie of the year.

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Try #2 behind Brandon Lloyd. I appreciate you talking out your ass about something you have no clue about though.

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Cedric Wilson and Curtis Conway have the upperhand on Rashuan early on

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Not only did you put Rashaun Woods on there, you voted for him as well.

Woods is only SF #3 or #4 WR, good luck at getting the OROY.

 

 

And you left off Philip Rivers who will take the Offensive rookie of the year.

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Try #2 behind Brandon Lloyd. I appreciate you talking out your ass about something you have no clue about though.

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Cedric Wilson and Curtis Conway have the upperhand on Rashuan early on

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Wilson likely won't end camp ahead, and Conway is not ahead of Woods.

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why didnt Woods play?

 

anyway I picked this up from espn

 

Rashaun Woods, the Niners' No. 1 pick, has been limited in camp with a hamstring injury and has been outplayed by third-round pick Derrick Hamilton, who some close to the team believe has better long-range potential than Woods.

 

and this

Veteran to watch: Don't be surprised if 12-year veteran Curtis Conway ends up playing a key role for an otherwise very inexperienced wide receiver corps. The 33-year-old Conway (all of his fellow receivers are 25 or younger) has been a model of efficiency in camp, running precise routes and catching just about everything thrown his way. He has also been one of the few receivers to stay healthy. Currently projected as the No. 3 wide receiver behind Brandon Lloyd and Cedrick Wilson, Conway could move up the ladder quickly if he keeps it up.

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Projected. That's a guess. BL will be number 1 and have a monster year, and with his hammy injury he wont be able to pull away. I look for BL to have a monster year, and maybe the rest would split time. I still think Woods will pull away with the other starting spot though.

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Roy Williams.

 

 

 

Rashaun Woods wont be offensive rookie of the year.

 

 

he is #3 at best this year in San Fran....at least to start things off.

 

 

 

Conway will start unless he struggles big time.

 

 

What does veterans not playing early in preseason games...which is a cop out for crappy teams....have to do with Rashun Woods anyway.

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