I forgot about Romeus, I wonder where he's at in the rehab. That was so disheartening after waiting a year only to hear it would be an entire another year. Was really hoping he would eventually have some kind of impact
think back to John Stinchcomb he was injury prone for his first couple of years and we held on to him and he turned out to have a pretty good career here so i hop the same thing for Greg Romeus...would be nice and the injuries were similar...Just a blast from the past..
blueslover New Orleans Saints Fan deeper than deep south Member since Sep 2007 21283 posts
re: Things you're looking forward to in the 2013 Season(Posted by blueslover on 12/31/12 at 4:04 pm to sec627fan)
he could hit, I was serious. Stranger things have happened. It's all a risk/reward proposition. And for a 7th Rder he's an excellent one. Maybe a very low probability but if he does, bingo!
One of my favorite investment picks was Willis McGahee by the Bills at #23 overall in 2003. Before injury he was a solid top 5 type pick. It was established fact he would be IRed for his rookie season. He came back and then had three straight 1000yd seasons. He's getting older now but has piled up over 8000yds in 9 seasons.
htran90 New Orleans Saints Fan belle chasse Member since Dec 2012 9092 posts
re: Things you're looking forward to in the 2013 Season(Posted by htran90 on 12/31/12 at 5:33 pm to blueslover)
greg romeus was a BEAST, I was looking forward to this year so much because I knew if he was healthy and played he would fit spags scheme very well and maybe get double digit sacks.
I'm going on a "high" note, but he had the potential to be a top DE before his injury from what I remember. most 7th rounders don't do much anyway so for us to spend that on a potential game changer, I thought it was a great pick.