Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Krugman, Jan 19, 2013.
Obviously not as good as Gronk,curious if he is a good blocker,I havent' seen him enough...
Seems to be a pretty decent blocker, I think Hooman will surprise us and catch the game winning touchdown.
...in the 3rd quarter
I think it's thanks to these depth guys that have stepped up over the course of the season that has made the injuries to AH,Gronk tough to notice. They deserve credit.
I sure as hell ain't gonna ***** about TE depth next year. Have 7 of them for all i care.
According to Greg Bedard, who loves to rewatch game film, he's not a good blocker FYI
for someone who isnt a good blocker he certainly blocks well
For a #3 TE, he's a good enough blocker and a good enough receiver.
BTWâ€”does he have the highest YPC average on the team?
Who is he comparing him to? Gronk?
I've seen some good blocks from him in the running game(how about ridley TD last week?) and really can't say anything negative that has stuck out about him in terms of blocking.
Based on what? Ive seen several reporters say hes average at blocking and several that say hes great? Where is our proof?
Isnt in skewed due to a couple of huge bomb throws?
I couldnt tell you who or even what games but ive seen him make that comment on twitter several times EVEN after the Texans playoff game
Which Hooman are we talking about?
The one from the first half of the season or the latter half?
In the first half, he was a horrendous blocker. Like, you're going to get your RBs and QB killed kinda blocker.
In the second half, he became a very very good blocker, like night and day.
I chalk this up to two things.
1. In the first half, he didn't know the plays, didn't know where to be.
2. The Patriots' superior coaching coached him up.
I think Hooman is going to have a few attempts for a reception this game. He might be a sleeper for us against the ravens.
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