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Ifeanyi Momah VS Jeremy Kelley


Kelley vs Momah?  

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  1. 1. Gut Prediction - Who's stat line, earns them a bigger contract?

    • Jeremy Kelley
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    • Ifeanyi Momah
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Philadelphia Eagles land 6-foot-7 WR Ifeanyi Momah

 

 

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000156100/article/philadelphia-eagles-land-6foot7-wr-ifeanyi-momah

 

 

 

This signing by the Eagles has a Ryan Grigson "feel", or inspiration to it. We all know that Grigson worked, and has a history with Philly, but this signing by them makes me wonder about where the inspiration or the scouting report came from, that made them decide to take a chance on this guy. He, much like our own Jeremy Kelley gives us something to drool over, considering the possibilities, but it also introduces us to what seems to be a new standard for the next era of NFL football schemes, as introduced by Cincinnati, and Detroit. There's not much footage on either Kelley or Momah to crown either of them as the next (freakish athlete) - Randy Moss, or Megatron, but boy does it make you salivate at their potential....

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