Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract
Oh that's right....yet Cam Newton who was newly signed, coming off of an injury, limited training camp and no preseason beat out two guys "who have had time in the system". If you're better then the other guy, you'll beat him out. Asasi and Keene have been virtually non existent to Izzo who is regarded as one of the worst TE's in the game. We are in week 6 now, they've had plenty of time to at least make us think they are still on the team. I see Asasi out there every once in a while, but there's a search party out for Keene.Yes some rookies with no preseason and limited training camp should beat out two veteran players who have had time in the system. Yeah, ok....
Are you not aware that the TE position is the hardest position to learn after QB in the Pats offense? Brady has said this. Someone recently pointed this out. Let's wait it out.
Again, our offense is complicated, it's not easy for wide receivers either.
We know he's not running by anybody. But his calling card is going up for 50/50 balls which he drew a flag late in the Seattle game. I want to see more plays giving him a shot in the intermediate part of the field - doesn't have to be deep. You're just not going to get much out of him throwing him 1-2 yard passes and making a big lumbering WR immediately start dodging quick DB's. And at the very worst, use him in the damn red zone! They finally did against KC and what do you know? He caught a TD.Harry, to date, has not been able to get open on those deeper and intermediate routes. He can’t even beat single coverage on those routes, let alone when there’s a deep safety shaded to his side. 9 yards per reception on his career. That’s... not good.