Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by IcyPatriot, Nov 14, 2019.
Well, there was Emmitt. He was quietly a great back.
Based on such reliable information . . . bust!
What does that even mean ? Not even blue chippers picked in the top 5 come into the league all ready. Every player making the transition to the pros is a developmental player.
The speed, the strength, the complexity of various pro schemes..
3 of the biggest ****-slingers in town.
Gasper is the butterscotch version of Shank.
It means talented receivers regularly make a significant impact in Year 1. This is an indisputable fact.
No it isn’t.
Ok then back up your “indisputable fact” with, umm facts.
That is not an indisputable fact but your opinion. Not only that but you even hedged on your own claim by adding a "regularly" in there making the entire paragraph kinda meaningless.
There are as many examples of players having big first years and then fizzling out as there are of players who made a big jump in y2.
Trying to say anything definite about Harry after his first game is just bonkers.
Oh, another case of I'm wrong unless I spoon feed you readily available info. Look up virtually any NFL season, including this one.
No you are wrong because the actual info does not back up your claim.
YOU called your opinion a fact. If it is a fact you should daily be able to back it up.
The fact is that I know you cannot.
first round WRs receiving yards
as a guide #48 in the nfl last year was 717 yards, ie the average #2 and 636 would be #64 ie last among #2.
What does “he sucks in practice” even mean?
No idea. Gasper is barely relevant if at all
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Stay on topic please.
Gaspar and his “source” might want to have a read.
Patriots WR N'Keal Harry was always surprising people
only 1 catch but a big 1
one more touchdown than any other player on the entire field today, pretty good.
He's still learning, which we all know. He had a big setback. But let's also remember, this dude is learning on the go when defenses have had months to get comfortable. Most teams have their identity now and the margin of error is dramatically lower than early season play.
As in “forever,” meaning I can’t throw one down every now and then under the right circumstances?
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