View Poll Results: Agree or Disagree with Crabtree

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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    Quote Originally Posted by jerseyramsfan View Post
    Would love to take Curry, but Crabtree will burn us twice a year for a very long time... This is really a tough one... At least afer signing Brown hopefully we will stay away from a boring OT...
    Brown doesn't exactly address the OT flaw.

    I think some are overrating the "threat" posed by Crabtree. Especially since I think good ol' Baldy Hasselbeck is on the decline.


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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan View Post
    He didn't technically "scare" the UT defense. It was misplayed by the extremely young UT secondary. If Giddeon intercepts the ball that hit him squarely in the chest two plays earlier, you may have never heard of Crabtree. He had 10 catches for 127 yards against Texas but most were on one play in the second half. Also, if the Safety hits Crabtree instead of playing the ball, it's a different outcome.

    Don't get me wrong, Crabtree can play. However, I think his stock is a little overrated.
    The IF game.......

    If my grandmother had testicles then?????

    If the Rams had won 12 games last year.

    If Warner was still a Ram?

    If Faulk still had 3 or more years?

    IF Crabtree is a gamebreaking player why NOT DRAFT HIM????

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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    If managment thinks Crabtree is the player that can help us the most with the 2nd pick in the draft then ok, draft him and let's see what he can do. If they were to draft him mainly to keep him away from the Seahawks, well that's the sort of draft mistake we have made far too many times in the past. If he's that good and scares us that much then we better solidify our defense, improve the run D so teams have to throw more, improve our pass rush so when they do throw we can make sure they don't have all day in the pocket which in turn means our DB's don't have to cover as long and we won't have to worry about Crabtree as much.

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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    Quote Originally Posted by Dominating D View Post
    The IF game.......

    If my grandmother had testicles then?????

    If the Rams had won 12 games last year.

    If Warner was still a Ram?

    If Faulk still had 3 or more years?

    IF Crabtree is a gamebreaking player why NOT DRAFT HIM????
    Because when I have seen him, he really isn't a game breaker. He's more of a Terrell Owens type receiver, not Steve Smith.

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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    Quote Originally Posted by txramsfan View Post
    Because when I have seen him, he really isn't a game breaker. He's more of a Terrell Owens type receiver, not Steve Smith.
    I'm sorry, but are you serious? In just 5 more yrs in the league T.O. (13th season), has 14,122 yds & 139 TD's vs Steve Smith (8th season) having 7,348 yds & 43 TD's. Plus don't we already have a poor man's Steve Smith "type" in Avery? Get someone to pair him up with, that will age about the same time. Ugh.

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    Re: With the 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams Select...MICHAEL CRABT

    T.O. is a game breaker when he has others around him. He doesn't necessarily break the game wide open because of him specifically. Smith can with his speed and hands. T.O. doesn't anymore.

    Go ahead and dissect me all you want. I've seen Crabtree play alot and he is good and is going to be a good WR. I'm saying I don't see him being the game breaker that some are hyping hime to be.

    But what do I know? If I knew as much as some of you, I'd be a GM.

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