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**BoltTalk Minicast #002 - 03/20/07**

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by RaiderRay, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. RaiderRay

    RaiderRay RIP SD Chargers...Go Padres, Gulls, Ducks, Raiders Staff Member Administrator Podcaster

    Jun 20, 2005
    The Chargers need to upgrade their wide receiving corp. And in this episode of the BoltTalk minicast, Loren takes a look at the wide receivers of the 2007 draft class, and who may be available to the Bolts in the 1st or 2nd round.

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  2. underoath

    underoath BoltTalker

    Sep 2, 2006
    i love this idea, and appreciate Ant for putting these out.


    I have to take what you say about the draft prospect with a large grain of salt. mispronouncing a bunch of players' names tells me you never even watched these guys play. :icon_sad:

    its not BO-EE, its BOWE...like Bo Jackson, not David Bowe.

    its not GIN like the drink, its Ginn.

    and for Anthony Gonzalez, he had essentially the same season as Ginn and you couldnt watch an OSU game without hearing the announcers raving constantly about him.

    as for cloning Vincent Jackson...does anyone have a problem with this?? that would be a matchup nightmare for teams! :yes:

    And Steve Smith is a great player in his own right. sure he was overshadowed but that is only because Jarrett and Williams were taller. why would you advise against Smith, who is going to be a great pro.

    'overshadowed' doesnt mean the guy is a bad player, its just a term used to talk about a good player who didn't receive the hype that a teammate did.

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