All Bobby Ryan Talk - Bobb(y)ing for Ryan Part III
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06-24-2012, 02:18 AM
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I don't need to. I have enough common sense to know that a 70 point multi-dimensional winger who plays above average defense, is as consistent as they come, is not hindered by being undersized, and is a consummate professional is going to be valued higher than relatively one-dimensional winger who scores 65-70 points, does not play defense, is not consistent, and fails to use the god given size and strength he has as often as he should.
Ryan is so big, so strong, and so talented that despite some of those drawbacks, he's still a top 15-20 winger in the league. Eriksson is without a doubt a top 10 winger, and his value is incredibly high.
If we get him, I sure hope that you are right.
I just don't see "it" in his game. He's not fast, he is soft and he is inconsistent. Kind of square and disappears from games for for l
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