I did a search for 'Philly Brown catching the ball with his hands' and came up empty. Seriously, his highlights from last season show him as a basket catcher, using his chest or gut (even his forearms) as a backstop for the ball. He didn't seem to be a 'hands receiver' at all. Yet his OSU highlights show that he can indeed make difficult catches with his hands. His problem seems to be either mental or a regression in his pass catching skills.
Yeah just about. I found 3 receptions and 3 drops. I think what happened to him last season was a groin injury and Devante Adams. I say give him a lot of PT in the last preseason game and see what he can do. If they only keep 5 wideouts though he'll probably be the cut.
Whether you agree with the post content or not, at least there's something of substance to discuss. Your post is the one that qualifies as waste material, only worthy of a quick glance before you flush.
I would definitely agree with that. Pass protection is much better but where are the holes for the backs? I haven't even read the 1st post in this thread, but the title was all I had to see to say BS. Brown is the only issue? What a crock.
The OL is improved- no doubt about it. Cam should have considerably more comfort time in the pocket. Opening holes for the RB's is not a strong point to this point though. The two new 'mans' in the secondary, Cole and Till, make that group definitely better this year. The loss of Hardy hurt the front but the back end is picking up the slack to keep this D scary for offenses. On offense the running game needs to improve or they'll struggle for points, and Brown needs to catch the ball when it's catchable.