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Thread: Duron Carter

  1. Quote Originally Posted by C Mac D View Post
    I believe you said he was on pace for 48 receptions, 1045 yds, 11TDs last season (extrapolated over 16 games... )

    My prediction is 76 receptions, 1,350 yards, 9 TDs... let's see what happens.
    I'll take either one!!

    There s only two things stopping you - fear and common sense!! The Truth you CAN"T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!!!!!!!

  2. #12
    I suffer from self induced amnesia, but not likely to ever forget Moss's rocky year and beyond.
    Those high scoring offenses where awesome but I think we will be winning more with our defense in the coming years
    Go ahead back up your to close away.

  3. #13
    The Duron Carter Story: From Future Star to Rock Bottom and Back Again

    Good article. He's had his ups and downs, only 23, good size, and he's got his father to help guide him. Give him a shot.

    Qui tacet, consentit.

  4. It sounds like he's narrowed it down to the Colts or the Vikings. Colts because of wanting to play with Andrew Luck. Vikings because of his father's tie to the team. I would like to see him a Viking because of his size and speed. If his dad can keep his head on straight he could probably help us out.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by midgensa View Post
    I would certainly be all for bringing Carter aboard. After last year's lack of development from Patterson and Jennings becoming a year older ... I think WR should be wide open.

    I am not desperate (though would still take a stab at Devonte Parker in the first if we get a shot) but I think that more competition couldn't hurt. If Carter comes aboard and is a hit ... then he and Johnson are two guys we got for dirt cheap that can contribute.
    That is how I feel too midge. As I said on another site, signing him is basically like adding another draft pick. Except we do not have to trade anything to get the extra pick. He is not going to get big money so it is worth a shot.
    Why must you defend everything this FO the point of making your self look like a yes man.

  6. #16
    He is choosing the Colts

    Not shocking that he is probably choosing the best QB.
    Minnesota Vikings : Simply the best

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by FuadFan View Post
    He is choosing the Colts

    Not shocking that he is probably choosing the best QB.
    I think the QB had alot to do with hit, however, I think the following also came into play:

    a. The Colts have multiple WR spots open. Almost guaranteed to make the 53 man roster.
    b. Vikings don't have a real big need at WR. At least not a big enough need to guarantee he will wind up on the 53 man roster.
    c. Taking that aside, he would get more reps on the Colts vs the Vikings scheme and would have a bigger shot at hitting escalators in his contract.
    d. The Colts have about 31.7K in CAP and the Vikings have about 9.8K which probably means the Colts offered alot more than the Vikings could in the base contract, guaranteed money, signing bonuses and escalators.
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.

  8. #18
    On a side note, anyone remember how jazzed I was when we signed Arceneaux based on what his stats looked like up there in Canadaville?

    Not saying Carter won't succeed. I'm just not buying into him as a sure thing.
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.

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