Henry Ready to Contribute on Sunday

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  1. SupDawg

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    My prediction:

    CB is inactive for game and Henry/White are our 1/2 RBs. On Fishers's TV show last night, he said White had his best week of practice ever (this week). I read yesterday somewhere that Fish was quoted that White was "ready to move up the dept chart".

    Hopefully we get a steady dose of both of the big guys against MIA.
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  2. PhiSlammaJamma

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    con - tribute. lol.
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  3. ammotroop

    ammotroop Airforce MAN

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    I think they are the RB's we need to rely on. It gives the RBs a good thing when one can sit out and rest and recover when we have 2 more.
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  4. Titansfan10

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    calvin johnson....
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  5. bulluck4dMVP

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    laron landry
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  6. Crash Override

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    Brandon Meriweather= Ed reed.
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  7. Crash Override

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    19. Brandon Meriweather S Miami Senior 6'0 190 4.49
    Meriweather is yet another in a long line of great Miami defenders. And he may be one of the best of them when this season is done with. Meriweather has very good size for the position, and outstanding speed and athleticism. But what seperates him from most other DB's in college football is his football smarts. His instincts are second to none, as he is hardly out of position and always seems to make the big play at the right time. He's also able to lay the wood as good as any DB out there. Some even believe he has the ability to play at CB. Also has very good ball skills. Comparison: Ed Reed
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  8. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    you are correct sir. calvin johnson will be one of the best wr in the national football league.

    if you couldnt tell i was on the bandwagon, check out the sig :yes:
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  9. Titansfan10

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    Definitly...i mean if Johnson comes out next season, Bennett is on his last year...do we keep him? Either way i say we get Calvin Johnson, how many times do 6'5'' 235lbs with a 4.4 40yard dash widereciver come availabe...WHO HAS HANDS....i.e. calico(no hands)...this is rare in my opinion...sure Adrian Peterson may be tempting but id still take Calvin, and that DB from Miami...maybe but honestly why? Do we get rid of Thompson? And its hard to make a comparison to Ed Reed...imo
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  10. Vigsted

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    Even without Bennet (and I'd be surprised if we don't resign), we still have Givens, Wade, Jones with Roby and Williams for depth. Spending a high pick on Calvin Johnson would be a waste considering our other areas of need, imo.
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