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Dez Bryant VS Michael Crabtree

i love how with ever playing a snap for the cowgirls, Bryant is clearly the more explosive and dynamic reciever out of the two....

....according to the cowgirl forums

[ Edited by WestCoast on May 6, 2010 at 13:26:33 ]
LOL some Dallas writer says Dez will outperform Crabs and D-Jackson

http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=112&f=1786&t=5934941
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
LOL some Dallas writer says Dez will outperform Crabs and D-Jackson

http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=112&f=1786&t=5934941

some dallas writer? i am supirsed its not all dallas writers
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
LOL some Dallas writer says Dez will outperform Crabs and D-Jackson

http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=112&f=1786&t=5934941

some dallas writer? i am supirsed its not all dallas writers

i know right?...
They're both big, physical receivers with good ball skills. Bryant is bigger and more explosive and comes from a less gimmicky, more pro-style version of the spread offense than Crabtree played in at Texas Tech.

There is no predicting how a rookie will do, but if you just compare the college game tape then Bryant is a better prospect in 2010 than Crabtree was in 2009 - and Crabtree was very good (he actually did better than I thought once he finally got to the field).

Last edited 4/28/2010 7:22 PM by sean10mm


wtf i thought Bryant didnt play this year
All i gotta say is if Dez goes through all OTA's, Mini-Camp, Training Camp, he better at LEAST get 600yards in the season, Crabs did that while missing all of that plus missed the first 5 games of the season.

if he doesn't then Cowgirl fans = FAIL
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Originally posted by Slash49:
All i gotta say is if Dez goes through all OTA's, Mini-Camp, Training Camp, he better at LEAST get 600yards in the season, Crabs did that while missing all of that plus missed the first 5 games of the season.

if he doesn't then Cowgirl fans = FAIL

Not really. Right now at best he is the team's #3 WR and they are a team with 3 good backs and a great pass catching TE. Last year Crayton had a little over 600 yards as the #3 and that's with Roy Williams not producing like a number 1 (less than 40 catches and 600 yards). If Williams steps up, it's possible there won't be enough touches to go around for him to produce those kind of numbers but he can still be an impact player and give teams fits trying to gameplan and stop all that offensive talent.
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by Slash49:
All i gotta say is if Dez goes through all OTA's, Mini-Camp, Training Camp, he better at LEAST get 600yards in the season, Crabs did that while missing all of that plus missed the first 5 games of the season.

if he doesn't then Cowgirl fans = FAIL

Not really. Right now at best he is the team's #3 WR and they are a team with 3 good backs and a great pass catching TE. Last year Crayton had a little over 600 yards as the #3 and that's with Roy Williams not producing like a number 1 (less than 40 catches and 600 yards). If Williams steps up, it's possible there won't be enough touches to go around for him to produce those kind of numbers but he can still be an impact player and give teams fits trying to gameplan and stop all that offensive talent.

I think he'll be the #2 come start of season, just don't see Williams stepping up, even as a #2 he will get quite a bit a passes thrown his way
[ Edited by Slash49 on May 16, 2010 at 9:25 AM ]
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Originally posted by Slash49:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by Slash49:
All i gotta say is if Dez goes through all OTA's, Mini-Camp, Training Camp, he better at LEAST get 600yards in the season, Crabs did that while missing all of that plus missed the first 5 games of the season.

if he doesn't then Cowgirl fans = FAIL

Not really. Right now at best he is the team's #3 WR and they are a team with 3 good backs and a great pass catching TE. Last year Crayton had a little over 600 yards as the #3 and that's with Roy Williams not producing like a number 1 (less than 40 catches and 600 yards). If Williams steps up, it's possible there won't be enough touches to go around for him to produce those kind of numbers but he can still be an impact player and give teams fits trying to gameplan and stop all that offensive talent.

I think he'll be the #2 come start of season, just don't see Williams stepping up, even as a #2 he will get quite a bit a passes thrown his way

I'm not so sure they will ask him to fill those shoes so early, I think they give Williams a chance to prove himself, and if either Williams or the offense as a whole sputters then they will make the change to the depth chart. The earliest he will be in the starting lineup IMHO is after the bye (week 5). With the money they threw at Williams (and the draft picks) they have to have that question answered, if not he will be on the trade block during the bye week.

Cowboys fans IMO should be more concerned with Jason Garrett, because we are about to find out just how good of an OC he truly is.
Dez is gonna be good but Crabtree looks like a way better prospect to me. way more explosive in college, got open with ease and he missed all that time and came in like he didnt miss a beat last year. imagine a year in the same offense and timing with the QB and all that good stuff. he's gonna rip s**t up this year. pimpin pimpin pimpin like Dez's daddy lol
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by Slash49:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by Slash49:
All i gotta say is if Dez goes through all OTA's, Mini-Camp, Training Camp, he better at LEAST get 600yards in the season, Crabs did that while missing all of that plus missed the first 5 games of the season.

if he doesn't then Cowgirl fans = FAIL

Not really. Right now at best he is the team's #3 WR and they are a team with 3 good backs and a great pass catching TE. Last year Crayton had a little over 600 yards as the #3 and that's with Roy Williams not producing like a number 1 (less than 40 catches and 600 yards). If Williams steps up, it's possible there won't be enough touches to go around for him to produce those kind of numbers but he can still be an impact player and give teams fits trying to gameplan and stop all that offensive talent.

I think he'll be the #2 come start of season, just don't see Williams stepping up, even as a #2 he will get quite a bit a passes thrown his way

I'm not so sure they will ask him to fill those shoes so early, I think they give Williams a chance to prove himself, and if either Williams or the offense as a whole sputters then they will make the change to the depth chart. The earliest he will be in the starting lineup IMHO is after the bye (week 5). With the money they threw at Williams (and the draft picks) they have to have that question answered, if not he will be on the trade block during the bye week.

Cowboys fans IMO should be more concerned with Jason Garrett, because we are about to find out just how good of an OC he truly is.

True that.
Originally posted by SFATeflonDon:
They're both big, physical receivers with good ball skills. Bryant is bigger and more explosive and comes from a less gimmicky, more pro-style version of the spread offense than Crabtree played in at Texas Tech.

There is no predicting how a rookie will do, but if you just compare the college game tape then Bryant is a better prospect in 2010 than Crabtree was in 2009 - and Crabtree was very good (he actually did better than I thought once he finally got to the field).

Last edited 4/28/2010 7:22 PM by sean10mm


wtf i thought Bryant didnt play this year


I think he played like 4 games last year.
bryant has the bigger upside than crabtree however crabtree was considered more of a sure thing
Well, we already know what Crabtree can do and is capable of. Bryant has yet to prove it during a REAL game with the big boys.

We've seen it time and time again where someone is really great in practice and during the pre-season, then craps out in real games.

The 49er's had such a guy recently by the name of Brandon Lloyd (if I recall) and I thought that he was going to really be something, making circus catches and all, but in the end ... he was a failure.

We'll see what happens with Dez. He really has no excuses because he has a decent QB who can get him the ball pretty consistently. And as much as some people here don't like him, Romo is a pretty good QB.
Originally posted by Kauaiguy:
Well, we already know what Crabtree can do and is capable of. Bryant has yet to prove it during a REAL game with the big boys.

We've seen it time and time again where someone is really great in practice and during the pre-season, then craps out in real games.

The 49er's had such a guy recently by the name of Brandon Lloyd (if I recall) and I thought that he was going to really be something, making circus catches and all, but in the end ... he was a failure.

We'll see what happens with Dez. He really has no excuses because he has a decent QB who can get him the ball pretty consistently. And as much as some people here don't like him, Romo is a pretty good QB.

He would make the circus catches but he would alway t-rex it when he would go down the middle. Thats what pissed me off about him. As much as I hate the Cowgirls, Dez is going to be a great player for them. Believe me, Tony Ohno will get him the ball. Crabs and Bryant are going to be the next 2 elite recievers coming into the league. And with that I say........f**k the Cowboys!!!