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#256 rayzor

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:37 PM

If your scared just say you're scared. I'm the one taking most of the risk. My guy has had a ACL injury and your guy is the next Julio Jones in Silva mind. What's the problem if you don't care what sig you have? We can always use $ but I know you don't want to do that.

lol this is really important to you isn't it?

#257 Bwood

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 12:29 AM

I'm a hater becuase I'm not all over a prospect like you are? Because I choose to see the problems with the kid and you choose to be blind to it isn't my fault.


I'm not all over any particular prospect, actually. I do believe we need a receiver though and that Patterson is the best option if we took one at 14.

You on the other hand literally sit on this forum ALL day and try to force your worthless opinion down people's throats.

#258 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 12:29 AM

i think hunter will probably be a very good WR...not a star, but good.

i think he's a bit more polished than patterson, but he should be at this point. he's had better coaching, more experience, more time in that offense and with their QB ...why shouldn't he be?

taking a snapshot of both guys at this point in their careers and overlooking the perceived timidity many believe is there because of his recent major injury, hunter might be the more ready of the two at present. few who have actually watched both guys expect hunter to be ahead of this guy at all for very long, which is why you've got hunter being talked about as a round two guy and patterson talked about a round one guy and currently as a mid first rounder. when the combine comes you'll see him talked about even earlier.

people are talking about his very real and achievable potential as a receiver, but what is and will be putting him over the top is his freak athleticism, his versatility, playmaking ability, and what he can do when that ball is in his hands.

he's the type of guy you have very little problem with being raw because you can tell very quickly what the matured product could be like...just like with newton.


Why is Patterson consider a freak of nature athlete but Hunter isn't when he is running about the same speed (after a ACL) taller and the same weight?

#259 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 12:35 AM

I'm not all over any particular prospect, actually. I do believe we need a receiver though and that Patterson is the best option if we took one at 14.

You on the other hand literally sit on this forum ALL day and try to force your worthless opinion down people's throats.


So because I don't agree with you my opinion is worthless???

OK.

If it's worthless then why the fug you keep reading it and replying to me? Seem like a bitch move on your part. Talking poo about my opinion but can't ignore it.

#260 beastson

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 12:47 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIXqAtF1--M




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T90LUDD4LpQ
If you can't see the difference in a polished WR and 1who isn't I can't help you.


Patterson has a lot of raw talent, but he's way tooo up-straight coming off the line. He's going to struggle with press at the NFL level

#261 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:13 AM

Patterson has a lot of raw talent, but he's way tooo up-straight coming off the line. He's going to struggle with press at the NFL level


His strenght will help him with physical CB pressing him and jamming him at the line. But it will take time to learn that. He also needs to either get a lot more seperation or stop letting balls get to his body. Or a lot of balls will get knocked out of his hands. But again this can all be learned and work on.

My only problem is I'd rather have a more polished product at the 14th pick and from some strange reason. There are more polished WR who will be avalible in the 2nd round. (Hunter and Patton)

#262 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:37 AM



This is a pretty good comparison video it actual shows where they line up and how they are covered from the defense of UGA.

#263 beastson

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:43 AM

It's not about strength, it's your technique getting off the line. It's hard to jam S.S at the scrimmage, not cause he's strong but he knows how to manuever along with being extremely quick and shifty. It's something to work on and get better, but it'll take about 2 years

#264 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:44 AM



This a good one to against the UF defense.

#265 Squirrel

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 02:36 AM

To many good WR's in this draft to waste a first rounder on one. Fix the OL and DL in teh first and grab a good WR in the 2nd. Or better yet trade back in the first to a late round pick and get a possble extra 2nd round pick.

#266 koolkatluke

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 02:44 AM

It's not about strength, it's your technique getting off the line. It's hard to jam S.S at the scrimmage, not cause he's strong but he knows how to manuever along with being extremely quick and shifty. It's something to work on and get better, but it'll take about 2 years


Different WR's use different ways to beat the Jam. Smith can use speed and agility Boldin use his power to knock guys off. But I agree it will take Patterson a year to learn how to beat Jams and press coverage. Then how to run all the routes of the route tree. Then it will take him time to learn the playbook and how to be a pro and do this as a job. So I agree I think he is a project and we will hve to wait for his impact.

#267 DaCityKats

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 08:16 AM

Yeah of course. Just say you don't want to do it and move on.

i will say this and move on, i have no problems with Hunter in the 2nd round either if we decide to go in a different direction in the 1st round. as long as WR is addressed this offseason i would feelgood about the direction this team is heading. and im not talking about some scrub fa signing either, really addressed.


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