Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by PatsFan2, Nov 4, 2019.
You are really reaching here.
I disagree in return (without the emoji). Neither of those guys have threatened a Pats defense on a consistent basis for the same reason the "deep threat" aspects of the Pats offense isn't reliant upon speed as its foundational component.
Like other aspects of talent, speed has a cost component - especially for WRs. Speed goes up, cost goes up. The question is as a return on investment for the whole player is that cost worth it versus the other talents a WR brings to the table for a team? How about when compared to the overall cost in terms of the position versus constructing the whole team as a percentage?
I am not one of the Dorsett haters but last year Dorsett's YAC avg was 3.1 yards with 2 broken tackles while Cooks' YAC average was 4.3 yards with 4 broken tackles.
Any reason the Patriots can’t bring on a 300 lbs defensive tackle to play fullback on the goal line? Very concerned about their deep red zone offense. They seem to have a better chance of a 25-yard TD than a 3-yard TD.
Or use a 260 pound linebacker to play tight end in the red zone?
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