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In Topic: JAC RB Jordan Todman signed

Today, 12:41 PM

The guy was 3rd in kick return yardage in the entire NFL last year. Ginn on punts. Todman in kicks. He should make this team on special teams ability alone. Good on coverage teams as well.

In Topic: JAC RB Jordan Todman signed

Today, 12:16 PM

Him and Ginn will be great on returns with one another. Explosive back and gives us some depth there as well as an upgrade for our special teams. I like it.

In Topic: If it came down to Peat or Perriman....

Yesterday, 10:11 PM

I could ask the same question for those that prefer Strong: Why was he getting so much hype post-combine? Because he ran fast for a guy his size and jumped really high. If you actually go and watch this kid play, he doesn't play to his timed speed and he's stiff as hell in and out of his breaks. I liked Strong and he was my preference for the majority of this process, but props to FreeFua for really opening my eyes about him. Go and watch him play. Corners are on his hip like glue almost every time he makes a catch. He rarely gets separation. Rarely cleanly beats his man. Almost always catches back shoulder throws because ASU knew that timing route was the only consistent way for Strong to beat his man. Okay... so Strong has superior hands to Perriman. Fair. But he also is going to have an NFL DB attached to his hips everywhere he goes to knock those passes away. Every Kelvin catch for the most part is contested. The same will be true with Strong. I'd rather have Perriman who can actually get space on athletic ability alone. The route running improvements will come with coaching. Give me the guy that can beat his man over the top and run away from the field in the NFL. Literally all the brightest and best minds on prospects and the draft, Mayock, Brandt, Cossell etc. all agree Breshad Perriman's "dropsies" and route running problems are overblown and they all rave about his natural ability. Perriman is Julio Jones lite. Carolina has never had a 6'3 215lb freak at the receiver position that has produced in college and got better every year. Before just joining in on the popular opinion about his hands go watch him and I bet you change your mind.

In Topic: If it came down to Peat or Perriman....

Yesterday, 09:54 PM

Lots of misinformation and lazy generalizing/comparisons about Perriman in this thread.

In Topic: Was beating Atlanta worth dropping 17 selections in the draft?

Yesterday, 08:48 PM

Yes because winning begets winning and our young guys greatly benefit from the playoff experience.