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Looking at Joe Brady's Offense+New Weapons


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26 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

Define "anything" and why not? He's primed to have a significant contribution.

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39 minutes 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. 

He has 3 vets ahead of him, plus cmac and Arnold.  I would say 500 yards would be the absolute upper echelon ceiling for him this year.  I would temper that saying 300ish and a few td's.

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1 hour ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Nice post but I doubt Marshall contributes anything this year

Marshall is as good as Justin Jefferson. Jefferson had 1400 yd as a rookie. 

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Don't get me wrong, I love the signing but wouldn't consider David Moore a locked-in 3rd option.  And Brady is more familiar with Marshall and how to use him.  And don't forget we've been fooled before with a younger vet from Seattle  *cough DJ Hackett

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5 minutes ago, Trainwreck said:

Marshall is as good as Justin Jefferson. Jefferson had 1400 yd as a rookie. 

Jefferson was a starter for 14 games.  Do you see Marshall starting say 1 game this year?

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1 minute ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Jefferson was a starter for 14 games.  Do you see Marshall starting say 1 game this year?

You have a problem. Why are you even a Panthers fan? 

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30 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

And I am not shitting on the kid just saying he was probably selected as a long term option/value rather than being an immediate contributor this season.

You are WAY underrating this player's talents.  With his routes and hands, at 6'4", and a nose for the EZ, I think he catches more balls, for more yds, and more TDs, than Robbie.

He is a HUGE draft pickup.

(and to @Mr. Scotand his sharp comment about rub routes, that's a natural component of trips formations, isn't it?  With Marshall's abilities from the slot, he'll be a big factor there, too.)

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1 minute ago, bigdavis said:

You are WAY underrating this player's talents.  With his routes and hands, at 6'4", and a nose for the EZ, I think he catches more balls, for more yds, and more TDs, than Robbie.

He is a HUGE draft pickup.

(and to @Mr. Scotand his sharp comment about rub routes, that's a natural component of trips formations, isn't it?  With Marshall's abilities from the slot, he'll be a big factor there, too.)

I know it's a big part of what the Saints have been doing since Payton got there.

As much as anything, it's just nice to see something different than those old Shula route combos that too frequently had two players running to the same spot.

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6 minutes ago, bigdavis said:

You are WAY underrating this player's talents.  With his routes and hands, at 6'4", and a nose for the EZ, I think he catches more balls, for more yds, and more TDs, than Robbie.

He is a HUGE draft pickup.

(and to @Mr. Scotand his sharp comment about rub routes, that's a natural component of trips formations, isn't it?  With Marshall's abilities from the slot, he'll be a big factor there, too.)

What are your projections for the kid?

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10 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

What are your projections for the kid?

60 for 950, 9 TDs -- and a place in your heart, when it's all over (oh, and those numbers don't include post-season)

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There’s no reason why he can’t get around 4 catches a game as a rookie. He’s the real deal if he stays healthy 

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