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Hot Routes 4.20.11 a time for hypotheticals

Posted on: April 20, 2011 3:05 pm

Hot Routes

Posted by Andy Benoit

Brandon Marshall thinks Ryan Mallett will be an All-Pro.

Norv Turner believes that being at home in three of the first four games will give the Chargers an opportunity to get off to a fast start (for a change).

Click here to see some sloppy touch screen analysis from Michael Irvin.

Ozzie Newsome says the Sergio Kindle story “is not written yet”. (True, but the first few chapters were sure bad.)

Based on 2010 records, the Carolina Panthers have the toughest 2011 schedule in the NFL. (Reason why: they don’t get to play the Carolina Panthers.)

Bengals season ticket holder Dr. Kim Brady will have the honor of announcing the team’s fourth round draft pick this year. (Expect it to be a player with some sort of criminal record.)

Film studying savant Greg Cosell says Jimmy Smith, not Patrick Peterson, is the best cornerback in this year’s draft.

Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News is incensed that NFL Films had Thursday Night Football’s Bob Papa audition for the play-by-play job he already has.

Cheerleaders aren’t locked out right now, which is why the Titans are holding a tryout next month.

Matt Hasselbeck talks about his status with the Seahawks (predictably, it hasn’t changed since before the lockout).

Michael Vick is visiting the Virginia Tech campus for the first time since his incarceration. (We’re gradually running out of “first time since prison” stories with this guy.)

Da’Quan Bowers says speculation about his knee is wrong.

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Since: Aug 7, 2008
Posted on: April 20, 2011 3:36 pm

Hot Routes 4.20.11 a time for hypotheticals

Brandon Marshall thinks that Ryan Mallett will be an All-Pro, but Marshall also thinks that the teams that he use to play for did him wrong. He went so far as to curse them on national tv. Has it ever occurred to that Marshalll that the reasons he was cut from those teams are injuries, a bad attitude, inability to catch passes and hold onto them, and running correct routes. I won't even go into the drug use and domestic abuse allegations.

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