It's real simple. It doesn't matter how fast he can run. How well he runs routes. If he can't be trusted to consistently catch the ball he is not doing the job we need him to do. As a matter of fact, he's a liability. It's not like we're talking about an elite receiver that's in a slump. He's an undrafted guy that's confirming to everyone why he was an undrafted guy. We need a receiver to step up and get the job done. So far, Corey brown has not answered that call, and it's all on him and nobody else. I for one do not expect anything different from him going forward.
he most certainly could have helped it. Have you seen Brockel or Tolbert lead block. It's more like they run to the line of scrimmage and choose a slow dance partner. Ward however, will knock your dic$ in your watch pocket, consistently. I hope he clears wavers and makes it to PS
my point is this...as of right now, Corey brown has not proven to me that he deserves a spot over bersin and Boykin. Am I saying bersin and Boykin are great, no...but they have performed better this preseason.
give him a break huh...fug that! the reason our organization has historically suffered from being grossly inconsistent is the fact that our FO is too damn willing to give players a break, or give them an undeserving contract, give them a spot on the man 53 roster because they're a nice and likeable veteran. the key word here is GIVE. Let's replace GIVE with EARN. And while we're at it, let's stop saying "give him a break" and let's start saying "DO YOUR DAMN JOB" period. Can you imagine the patriots saying, ahhh give that receiver a break that dropped 6 passes in 2 games.