Which phrase best describes your feelings on the pickup of Cris Carter?

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1. better get those superbowl tickets in a hurry

2. he's gonna make them better, but how about good enough?

3. no big deal, all he's doing is replacing Gadsden

4. here comes another december downfall!
 

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Carter makes things better, but...

yes, the question is, "How much better?"

One thing's for sure: he will well end up making Chambers, Baker, Ward and McKnight, all, better wide-receivers. McMichael and Clark, too. I simply can't imagine these players NOT pciking up everything that they can from this guy's 15 years of PRO BOWL experience.

As for his individual performance? I can't imagine it NOT being at least on par with OG's. I mean, really, come on!
 

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NUmber 3. He is physically less than Gadsden because of age, but his experience balances out. I feel its an equal exchange.
 

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Originally posted by Danny_Dolphin
1. better get those superbowl tickets in a hurry

2. he's gonna make them better, but how about good enough?

3. no big deal, all he's doing is replacing Gadsden

4. here comes another december downfall!
I'll go with #2, but hopefully I'll be switching to #1 soon.:cool:
 

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the perfect replacement for OG - somewhere between #2 and #3
 

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I am sorry to say it is #3 and hoping it is not #4!!
Damn, talk about optimistic fan. I can feel the joy and happiness protrude from your pores. Don't root too much for your team. You remind me of the movie Major League, where the fans in the outfield just hated the team and wouldn't stop booing them. :rolleyes:
 
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