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1.13.2012

No Wonder They Didn't Draft Him -- They Couldn't Find Him

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28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Collin has far to much character to be of interest to Jerry's cowboys!

CT said...

amen 2:52

And, we all know Jerry doesn't want the cowboys to have a winnning season anyway, EVER, so OF COURSE he would pass on a very talented player like Colin. Geesh.
he is such an idiot.

Glad for Colin, though--no drama for him; just wish his games were closer so his family and fans could go watch him play some more, in person!!!

Anonymous said...

"I had a real god Pro Day...."

Damn, I gotta quit drink'n at work.

Double Fake Calvin Watkins

Anonymous said...

as long as jerry jones is gm, the pokes will continue to miss out on quality gets like Colin and overpay for washed up DB "talent" like Gerald Sensabaugh and Terrance Newman. Way to Go Jerry, keep up the good work you baffoon.

Anonymous said...

Bridgeport is south of Ft. Worth?

Anonymous said...

Cowboys don't need anymore no-talent players they need some with talent..

Anonymous said...

I knew it! I always told my spouse that Bridgeport was south & that the map was wrong.

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

Phone calls go both ways. Maybe he should have given the Cowboys a call at some point along the way, instead of waiting around for them to call him. Wouldn't the Cowboys have a tryout for "walk ons" as well?

Anonymous said...

4:27

It depends on which way you're coming from

Anonymous said...

Colin is outstanding! I sure missed having him on TCU defense this year!

Anonymous said...

For some reason, Jerry "Cracker" Jones does not understand that he is the reason they suck....

Anonymous said...

if colin would have had a quarterback"j,allen..j,deluna or p,daughtry" in high school, bridgeport would have won state easy,,,,

Anonymous said...

5:36 u r a smart person

Anonymous said...

colin just recovered a fumble for the 49ers go bulls

Anonymous said...

Recovered a fumble during Saturday's game.

Anonymous said...

7:36
You could add Chandler Dane to that list but he would still be 91 yards short!

Anonymous said...

2:32,
Hurts doesn't it? He ran all over you in high school, he beat your college team, and tackles hall-of-fame NFL running backs. No talent?
Heh.....not bad for a soft-spoken country boy who just wants to go fishing.

Anonymous said...

Dane couldn't hold the worst quarterbacks jock that bridgeport has put out in the past 20 yrs..he'd be a back up at bridgeport...

Anonymous said...

Dane was a good qb for decatur. Decatur just had 9 or ten more talented guys than bport between 2000 and 2010.
However, for a smaller school, bport got a lot out of smaller, slower kids and would typically win a play-off game or two.
Both great programs.

Anonymous said...

Mark Cuban has more friends than Jerry Jones and he is an *## hole.

Anonymous said...

4:32 you are an moron. Colin is the best football player this county has produced in the last 20 years and there's not a close second. He also comes from a great family. It would have been great to get to watch him play in Dallas but the Cowboys don't have a GM who can spot talented defensive players

Anonymous said...

kyle clifton, jacob allen. jessie deluna, and phillip daughtery, still 4 best quartebacks to come out of this county.. all 4 are were 1st team allstate,,played college football, and clifton played pro for 14 yrs,,,decatur can't come close to touching that..

Anonymous said...

Y'all keep mixing it up, wasn't Jessie Deluna playing before Jacob Allen? Fuuny thing about Jessie, as a jr. the coach said he would never start Jessie. The next year, we had a new coach.

Anonymous said...

Well i don't remember who came first,, i just know they were all studs, and if colin would have had anyone of them,, bridgeport would have a state title.. go bulls.. and your right i do remember my brother saying that deluna should have been starting as a jr..thats what coach henson brings to the table, he can put the players in the right position..

Anonymous said...

I watched Jessie, as a jr., come in as relief for Newton, march down the field and score a TD. Next series, Newton was back on the field losing as always. Helps when your parents are involved.

Anonymous said...

my son played with jessie when he was a jr,, they may have been more talented that year than his sr yr.. when they went to the 1/4 finals.. but they had a dumb ass for a coach, and jessie wasn't quarterback

Anonymous said...

1:03, You didn't watch Jessie come in as a Jr in relief for Newton. Newton was Jessie's back up, Jacob was Newton's.

Anonymous said...

It depends on which way you're coming from

Really? Are you that stooopid? South is south.