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Time to hate on the Yahoo! Sport Blogs again!



I don't know why, but the Yahoo! blog writers really seem to just dislike us for whatever reason. Not only do they name us one of the top five losers in free agency, but didn't even get our record from last year right. We went 1-15 in 2001, not last year.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Losers-The-five-teams-to-whom-free-agency-was-n;_ylt=Alay1HI3Y1yhR_vv1ua9iXvYupV4?urn=nfl-wp4307#comments

We've already talked enough on why resigning DeAngelo Williams was important. If you don't think Charles Johnson was worth the cash, you haven't paid enough attention to his career before this season, when he was productive even in a limited role. We'll forget to mention the signings of Jeremy Shockey, James Anderson and Thomas Davis and the acquisition of Greg Olsen. Or the fact that lots of other media members have praised what we've done so far.

 

I try not to let this kind of stuff bother me, but come on. Do a little more research before you post. Then you'd find there are other teams that have done worse than we did (like the Bucs for example).

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