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    Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    Just think about where we would be without Kevin Curtis. Scary isn't it? He has stepped up and shown he is the real deal. So heres to you Kevin, keep up the good work.

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    and it just so happends that curtis is a Martz player
    Torry Holt Dont play that

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    DBs still underestimate his speed. He's gotta be loving that. I think he prefers his slow REP.

    Curtis was a MARTZ find. MARTZ knows QBs and Receivers - if anyone questions that, then they just don't know football.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    Curtis is definitely for real! [Hey, another RealRam! ]

    When I saw the highlights of that play there were two Jags, one of them a DB -- the other defender might have been a LB -- that for a few seconds made the effort to catch up with KC on that long bomb/run.

    He burned them. :football:

    We have in him speed and excellent hands. I think our No. 83 could be similar in style and productivity to the Colts' Stokes.

    And yes, yet another Martzeresque work of Madness. :up:

    So here's to you Kevin, keep up the good work. --Ramsbruce

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

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    I think our No. 83 could be similar in style and productivity to the Colts' Stokes.
    I think you mean Stokley I think Curtis is better than Stokley. Stokley is good but I'm not sure that he could step in as a #1 WR like Curtis has.
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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    That's a very good point, ramsbruce. Stokely is one of the best #3 guys in the league, but if either Harrison or Wayne go down, I personally have no clue if Stokely can step into the starting line-up like Curtis can.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    Yes, I meant Stokley. Thanks, RBruce.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    I love curtis, but for every curtis there is a trung candidate. scouting must be difficult.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    I recall two years ago when Martz stated Curtis was the #2 receiver on their big board at the draft. A lot of experts said he was crazy and Curtis was a mid-level pick probably 10th-12th best receiver in the draft. Here's this season's statistics for the first 10 WRs chosen in the 2003 draft:

    Charles Rogers --- 5 rec., 77 yards, 0 TD
    Andre Johnson --- 10 rec., 76 yards, 0 TD
    Bryant Johnson --- 13 rec., 132 yards, 0 TD
    Taylor Jacobs --- 1 rec., 9 yards, 0 TD
    Bethel Johnson --- 2 rec., 58 yards, 1 TD
    Anquan Boldin --- 36 rec., 547 yards, 2 TD
    Tyrone Calico --- 13 rec., 105 yards, 0 TD
    Kelley Washington --- 5 rec., 49 yards, 0 TD
    Nate Burleson --- 9 rec., 130 yards, 0 TD
    Kevin Curtis --- 34 rec., 536 yards, 4 TD
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    Good numbers, though Andre Johnson, who is the best of the group, has been hurt.

    I'd give Orlando Pace the Offensive MVP so far. He's so good, you don't even notice him (which is good for an O lineman).

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    What about Baby Alex? If not for him, we would seriously be in trouble.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    Alex is still learning, but is doing a fine job, and if I remember correctly Andre Johnson was the number one reciever in Martz book in that draft and you can see how bad the Texans offense is without him.

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    I haven't seen very many #3 WRs step in as a #1 and produce like a number one.

    Look at Peerless Price he was a #2 in Buf and he did jack squat as a #1 in Atlanta. Now he can hardly get on the field for the Cowboys.

    Curtis is special.
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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    The Rams have 53 MVP's as far as i'm concerned!............plus the practice squad!

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    Re: Kevin Curtis (Rams Offensive MVP so far)

    I second that!

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