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I do see good stuff on his tape and nobody puts up the numbers he did without having some skill.
I just look for certain things in TEs that I cannot find on his tape.
Aside from the blocking, 1 of the other big things that bothers me is the complete lack of contested catches on his tape. He is open a LOT and that works both for him and against him. It works for him cause it shows he knows how to find holes in defenses. It works against him because he played a lot of bad defenses this year and in the NFL even the bad defenses contest catches. That's where a TE's bread is buttered. I want to know he can do it if I am drafting a guy late 1st early 2nd, which is where you have him.
But, w/e I have stated my opinion. I think he is a good player, but I have more question marks around him than most.
*edit* I should ay that I like him more for our new offensive system than our old. I would be strongly against him for us if we were still running the Gilbride system
Last edited by BlueSanta; 04-09-2014 at 04:32 PM.
1. Eli Apple CB Ohio St
2. Hunter Henry TE Arkansas
3. Shon Coleman OT Auburn
4. Yannick Ngakoue OLB Maryland
5. Anthony Zettel DE Penn St
6. Corey Core WR Ole Miss
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