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5 Responses to “The Bucs And The Demise Of Kellen Winslow”
I paid alot of attention to Winslow last year, mostly because Freeman was forcing so many balls to him. Those legs are gone, there is no question in my mind. Whoever is supposed to be watching film in Seattle has been using that dark film room for nap time.
Serious football analysts that actually put in the time and watch the tape no this to be true.
lol this was waste of time and resources can somebody please tell me what was the point of this guy even speaking. He didnt even have an opinion K2 lmao good or bad or on the trade. I was very curious about this stat earlier and it was like god heard me. K2 was the highest penalized player on offense actually the only people even on the list r pretty much all DBS like it should be. So much for our #1 weapon we got v jack for that and mike can be what he is a 2. I think our offense is going to be extremely potent in all phases of the game. Blount Martin double head monster and when we do throw we have seriously upgraded our wrs with jackson he looks like a monster compared to our other wrs. And we got ride k2 got something back but of course thier is always that 1 team that will take a chance on a player. Good luck k2 hopefully it will be a 6 if u actually perform and can stay on the team. We have to find out about Stocker that is why they acquired clark to help him out something k2 would have never done.