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Looking at Joe Brady's Offense+New Weapons


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1 minute ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

he'll be good for 30-40 catches - you know Brady will force feed him.

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Good post.

I'd add that Brady likes to scheme pass route combinations that create natural picks (a tendency he likely picked up from Sean Payton).

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3 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

The first offensive player drafted for Brady and he’s not gonna use him?  A second round pick?

Wut?

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3 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

I don't know; his route running, first step, and contested catch abilities are hard to ignore.  Our 3rd receiver last year got 77 catches.  Even if Marshall isn't the set 3rd option going into the year, the Brady's offense will allow him to get some balls, and quite a good amount. 

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The funny thing in all of this is... we are completely underselling the McCaffrey effect. With him purely just on the field, that will open up things for other guys to eat. Especially if we actually use him as a decoy for plays like we should 

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1 minute ago, Mistuh Jones said:

The funny thing in all of this is... we are completely underselling the McCaffrey effect. With him purely just on the field, that will open up things for other guys to eat. Especially if we actually use him as a decoy for plays like we should 

Exactly.  If he runs to the flat from the gun, he instantly pulls a linebacker.  We're going to be able to do a lot this year with the revamped offense around CMC & DJ. 

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1 hour ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

Well, he has two vet WRs in front of him.  So there is that.   CMC will eat in the pass game a lot with Sam. 

But the other side the coin is what Joe Brady does on offense.  And that isn’t running an O with 2 WRs on the field all game. 

Look at last years draft.  2nd round WRs had no trouble getting up to speed with no preseason or offseason.   

I think the 300- 500 yard range is what he will do as a rookie.  A situational roleplayer as a rookie. 

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1 minute ago, CRA said:

Well, he has two vet WRs in front of him.  So there is that.   CMC will eat in the psd game a lot with Sam. 

But the other side the coin is what Joe Brady does on offense.  And that isn’t running an O with 2 WRs on the field all game. 

Look at last years draft.  2nd round WRs had no trouble getting up to speed with no preseason or offseason.   

I think the 300- 500 yard range is what he will do as a rookie.  A situational roleplayer as a rookie. 

I think a 35+ rec, 600+ yd type year isn't out of the picture.  Rookie WRs are used a lot league wide, we run the spread, and Brady knows him more than the other new additions. 

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