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Tremble Projected to be 3rd Most Productive Rookie TE


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On 6/14/2021 at 5:52 PM, Basbear said:

How is this accurately measured?

I know Rhule was a huge Tremble guy, I didnt share the same feelings. He could start very easily here, I do look forward to seeing how brady uses him and how many snaps he plays per game. 

I hope there are packages with both Tremble and Arnold on the field at the same time.  I feel like Arnold could be used more like a 4th/5th WR, so that would give Tommy a spot next to one of the Tackles. 

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20 hours ago, stbugs said:

You are expecting 1000 yards from the TE spot? Moore/Anderson are good for over 2k, probably 1500 for CMC and other WRs/RBs. 1000 yards at the TE spot means around 5000 yards passing for Darnold.

I think 1000 yards is way too optimistic.

I foresee Sam with 4200+ yards passing this year.  Hell, if Teddy were any kind of QB at all he would have had 4500 last season. 

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1 hour ago, joemac said:

I foresee Sam with 4200+ yards passing this year.  Hell, if Teddy were any kind of QB at all he would have had 4500 last season. 

I could see that (extra game will add a little) but I’d think DJ, CMC and Anderson are good for 3k so you’ve got 1200 yards for Marshall, Moore 2, Smith, Arnold, Tremble and Hubbard/RB2. I don’t see TEs grabbing 1k of that pile. 

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4 hours ago, joemac said:

I hope there are packages with both Tremble and Arnold on the field at the same time.  I feel like Arnold could be used more like a 4th/5th WR, so that would give Tommy a spot next to one of the Tackles. 

Im a sanjay aka 2 TE nut, huge believer in that. I believe there will be some plays with both on the field and lots of movement. I want to control the middle of the field, TE do just that.  

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On 7/15/2021 at 5:17 PM, stbugs said:

You are expecting 1000 yards from the TE spot? Moore/Anderson are good for over 2k, probably 1500 for CMC and other WRs/RBs. 1000 yards at the TE spot means around 5000 yards passing for Darnold.

I think 1000 yards is way too optimistic.

 

Teddy threw for 3733 last year. Sam should be able to best that by a bit. I mean, if everything goes to plan anyway. But 4200+ yards seems doable.

 

I would think that if our zone running scheme works, we may not pass nearly as much as we may think. Not a huge numbers less, but not a throw the ball all over the yard Offense.

 

Sam's best friend would be a good ground game. Duh.

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On 7/13/2021 at 3:26 PM, L-TownCat said:

I’m not doubting ATLs new toy, but a top 5 pick on a TE?  That brings certain expectations.  Pitts will have to BALL to meet the initial demands.  
 

As mentioned Arnold is going to catch the passes and Tommyknocker is gonna help CMC make house calls and keep Sammy upright a little longer.

I still think you're wasting Pitts' skillset if you line him up as a TE (in-line). 

He's a big WR. Don't ask him to block LBs. 

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2 hours ago, OldhamA said:

I still think you're wasting Pitts' skillset if you line him up as a TE (in-line). 

He's a big WR. Don't ask him to block LBs. 

He'll block about as much as Arnold will, here.  Not his primary responsibility but as a rookie he'll be expected to prove he can at least do it.

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