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Ted Ginn Jr reminds me of Santana Moss


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It's nice to see Ginn finally coming into his own. He also had several key catches in the 4th quarter including that 4th and 5 at the end of the game.

No one can deny he is one of the fastest guys in the league, but he still has a long way to go on his route running.

:cheers: Heck of a game yesterday XXX... Now it's time to put the win behind us and concentrate on the injury ravaged Pats.

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"Skinny Ginny" is quickly proving himself to be solid NFL reciever who has never missed a game due to being "broken".

He has 38 receptions for 508 yards and 1 receiving TD this season. Take out his one spectacular game against Buffalo and you have stats that are even less impressive. Buffalo alone accounted for 7 catches for 175 yards.

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He has 38 receptions for 508 yards and 1 receiving TD this season. Take out his one spectacular game against Buffalo and you have stats that are even less impressive. Buffalo alone accounted for 7 catches for 175 yards.

HATER!!! Seriously, it's halfway through his second season in the league, recievers take time to develop and Ginn is right on schedule. If he ends the season with 900 yards and 3 TD's that's fine by me for a second year reciever. Besides, Ginn contributes in ways that stats don't tell. He's been making the tough catches over the middle and his hands have been solid, meaning he's not dropping passes. Just yesterday he caught a pass on 4th and 5, nothing sexy except that 1 catch basically won us the game.

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HATER!!! Seriously, it's halfway through his second season in the league, recievers take time to develop and Ginn is right on schedule. If he ends the season with 900 yards and 3 TD's that's fine by me for a second year reciever. Besides, Ginn contributes in ways that stats don't tell. He's been making the tough catches over the middle and his hands have been solid, meaning he's not dropping passes. Just yesterday he caught a pass on 4th and 5, nothing sexy except that 1 catch basically won us the game.

Coles > Ginn.

Cotchery > Ginn.

:yes:

You havn't seen tough grabs over the middle until you've seen Laveranues Coles.

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"Skinny Ginny" is quickly proving himself to be solid NFL reciever who has never missed a game due to being "broken".

didn't he miss part of his 1st camp cause of a foot injury he incurred while celebrating getting crushed by the Gators in the Championship game the year before? Or was that a different Ted Ginn Jr?

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Moss is a good WR, I've always thought Ginn could be like him, since his Ohio State days. I still think he'll be a decent WR in the NFL. Maybe not #9 overall worthy but a good one nonetheless. He really doesn't suit Chad Pennington at all though. That's a match made in Hell to be honest.

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He has 38 receptions for 508 yards and 1 receiving TD this season. Take out his one spectacular game against Buffalo and you have stats that are even less impressive. Buffalo alone accounted for 7 catches for 175 yards.

He's in his second year, those stats are far from bad. Especially like I said when his strength is his QB's weakness.

The comparisons to Moss are true, that's probably why Moss was average with Pennington as well.

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Don't get me wrong. I'd love to have a guy like Ginn on the Jets right now.

As a Number 1 Receiver: No.

As a Top 10 Draft Pick: No.

Instead of Brady Quinn: No.

But, beyond those things, he'll be a good deep threat for years. In fact, Chad Henne throws a decent deep ball (his accuracy is fair at best in general) and that'll be a solid combo for years. I just don't think he's a #1 as he will get obliterated from time to time and I don't see him doing much besides slants and deep balls.

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That's not a game, and no, he didn't.

What do you call the BCS CHAMPIONSHIP thing then if its not a game, and yes he did miss time becuase of an injured foot incurred while celebrating

must suck have rival fans have to tell you the history of your own players because you don't have a clue

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What do you call the BCS CHAMPIONSHIP thing then if its not a game, and yes he did miss time becuase of an injured foot incurred while celebrating

must suck have rival fans have to tell you the history of your own players because you don't have a clue

I think he meant in the National Football League.

Just sayin'.

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Don't get me wrong. I'd love to have a guy like Ginn on the Jets right now.

As a Number 1 Receiver: No.

As a Top 10 Draft Pick: No.

Instead of Brady Quinn: No.

But, beyond those things, he'll be a good deep threat for years. In fact, Chad Henne throws a decent deep ball (his accuracy is fair at best in general) and that'll be a solid combo for years. I just don't think he's a #1 as he will get obliterated from time to time and I don't see him doing much besides slants and deep balls.

The great Brady Quinn has yet to prove anything at all. The Dolphins may regret that pick, but let's wait 'till Quinn actually does something first.

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The great Brady Quinn has yet to prove anything at all. The Dolphins may regret that pick, but let's wait 'till Quinn actually does something first.

Of course not, but he's started 1 game. And he performed well. But even that's irrelevant.

You're telling me, come draft day, you're not sitting at #9 with a big hard on cause Quinn falls into your lap if your a Fins fan?

If the draft was today, despite Quinn not doing anything yet, I'd still take him over Ginn without thinking twice.

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The old hag in Boca is just skewing facts and the facts are Ted Ginn has never missed a game in College or the NFL, if he missed the first mini camp because of his foot injury, big deal.

I don't know if you know this, but that's been kind of a taboo phrase around here these last few weeks. ;)

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The old hag in Boca is just skewing facts and the facts are Ted Ginn has never missed a game in College or the NFL, if he missed the first mini camp because of his foot injury, big deal.

who started the name calling noe DOL-FAG?

Your boy was injured and missed camp. Then he loses his kick-off duties to Devon Bass( :rolleyes:). He couldn't even get on the field for 1/2 the season, now he is a stud?

and I am skewing the facts?

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who started the name calling noe DOL-FAG?

Your boy was injured and missed camp. Then he loses his kick-off duties to Devon Bass( :rolleyes:). He couldn't even get on the field for 1/2 the season, now he is a stud?

and I am skewing the facts?

If it makes you feel better, I'm old enough to be your older brother...;)

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who started the name calling noe DOL-FAG?

Your boy was injured and missed camp. Then he loses his kick-off duties to Devon Bass( :rolleyes:). He couldn't even get on the field for 1/2 the season, now he is a stud?

and I am skewing the facts?

He didn't lose kick off duties. Sparano clearly stated that because Ginn was the #1 reciever that he didn't want him being used too much i.e. kickoffs and punt returns.. However by week 4 Ginn kept lobbying to be allowed to return kick offs and Sparano acquiesced and allowed him to. Since then he's taken 2 returns to the house, unfortunatley they were called back by ticky tacky holding penalties.

Again, you assume that because you live in South Florida that you know everything there is about the Dolphins, but you're wrong.

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He didn't lose kick off duties. Sparano clearly stated that because Ginn was the #1 reciever that he didn't want him being used too much i.e. kickoffs and punt returns.. However by week 4 Ginn kept lobbying to be allowed to return kick offs and Sparano acquiesced and allowed him to. Since then he's taken 2 returns to the house, unfortunatley they were called back by ticky tacky holding penalties.

Again, you assume that because you live in South Florida that you know everything there is about the Dolphins, but you're wrong.

Ginn was the #1 reciever

#1's are always on the field, Ginn only recently made a push for #1 (which is pretty sad in itself)

Since then he's taken 2 returns to the house, unfortunatley they were called back by ticky tacky holding penalties.

holding is holding period.

I know more about your team then you do...

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Ginn was the #1 reciever

#1's are always on the field, Ginn only recently made a push for #1 (which is pretty sad in itself)

Since then he's taken 2 returns to the house, unfortunatley they were called back by ticky tacky holding penalties.

holding is holding period.

I know more about your team then you do...

Ginn has been the #1 all season, hence the reason Sparano didn't want him returning punts and kickoffs.

I'm not in the mood to get into a pissing match over who knows more about the Dolphins (obviously me) but you have some facts out of place.

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He has 38 receptions for 508 yards and 1 receiving TD this season. Take out his one spectacular game against Buffalo and you have stats that are even less impressive. Buffalo alone accounted for 7 catches for 175 yards.

i don't understand your blind hatred for the guy. its only his second year in the league and he is having a decent season. better than alot of other second year receivers.

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Ginn has been the #1 all season, hence the reason Sparano didn't want him returning punts and kickoffs.

I'm not in the mood to get into a pissing match over who knows more about the Dolphins (obviously me) but you have some facts out of place.

wrong, Ginn was removed for fumbling KO's and not even fielding them properly. He let to many bounce dead inside the 10. Even your buddy XXX will admit to that. You should really pay more attention

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i don't understand your blind hatred for the guy. its only his second year in the league and he is having a decent season. better than alot of other second year receivers.

A decent season? He had one spectacular game and the rest of the season he has been absolute dog**** minus his reverse yesterday against Oakland.

People make Ginn out to be like he's some fantastic product when he really he hasn't done jack **** but show minimal flashes of what he could be. Key words: What he could be. A second year for a receiver is usually when they break out and have those stand out seasons. I'm sorry, minus a 7 catch 175 yard performance in one game, I'm just not seeing anything from Ted Ginn Jr, the man Dan Marino said runs the worst routes he's ever seen.

The guy is a bum and is NEVER going to be a #1 receiver. Being a #2 receiver is his ceiling but he'll probably end up a 3/slot receiver.

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