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On 3/5/2019 at 11:25 PM, Counselor said:

Because he is a stiff and linear athlete 

Because he spent all his time getting his body fat down to 1.5% instead of taking a yoga class. 

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So who is WR2 after Metcalf?

Harry?

Butler?

Campbell?

AJ Brown?

Marquise Brown?

 

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19 minutes ago, Jeezla said:

So who is WR2 after Metcalf?

Harry?

Butler?

Campbell?

AJ Brown?

Marquise Brown?

 

Tough call between Brown/Harry/Butler for me. Just depends what the team wants I guess. If it was me, I’d rank them 1. Harry

2. Butler

3. Brown

Then a drop off to the next crop of guys at the top of the 2nd. 

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On 8.3.2019 at 5:39 AM, Jeezla said:

So who is WR2 after Metcalf?

Harry?

Butler?

Campbell?

AJ Brown?

Marquise Brown?

 

AJ

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I haven't started looking at WRs yet but I'm really excited to. There's somebody for every team it looks like.

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6 hours ago, ClutchDJ said:

I really love Irv Smith.

mann!!!!! 

So underrated man. He is really getting slept on. 

He minds of me of a bigger Jordan Reed. People think TJ is a stud and I do like him, but people are acting like Smtih is just some average TE. This dude is special with the ball in his hands at that size. 

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3 hours ago, brownie man said:

mann!!!!! 

So underrated man. He is really getting slept on. 

He minds of me of a bigger Jordan Reed. People think TJ is a stud and I do like him, but people are acting like Smtih is just some average TE. This dude is special with the ball in his hands at that size. 

Agility numbers are somewhat concerning but tape is outstanding.

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4 hours ago, SBLIII said:

Agility numbers are somewhat concerning but tape is outstanding.

He should be able to get that 3 come down. His short shuttle was faster than Ertz and Kelce

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I like Irv too but I think short TE’s are scary. I think they’re very scheme dependent. If used right they are a matchup nightmare but they aren’t always used right.

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Hakeem Butler has everything the NFL covets at receiver and yet his stock is so quiet. I mean, I think he's a first round pick and I have a few concerns about the guy. But I would expect the NFL to be way higher on him. Still think we're waiting for his stock to blow up.

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2 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

Hakeem Butler has everything the NFL covets at receiver and yet his stock is so quiet. I mean, I think he's a first round pick and I have a few concerns about the guy. But I would expect the NFL to be way higher on him. Still think we're waiting for his stock to blow up.

This.

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4 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

Hakeem Butler has everything the NFL covets at receiver and yet his stock is so quiet. I mean, I think he's a first round pick and I have a few concerns about the guy. But I would expect the NFL to be way higher on him. Still think we're waiting for his stock to blow up.

I'm watching him now and am man-crushing.

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32 minutes ago, SmittyBacall said:

I'm watching him now and am man-crushing.

Teams that emphasize the run like Tennessee, Seattle or Baltimore should be salivating over this guy. He's maybe the best blocking receiver I've ever seen. So damn physical.

Edited by SmittyBacall

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