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  1. 12 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

    Agreed.  But again, that gets washed out by sample size.  His catch rate being remarkably consistent can't really be pinned on his QB's.  It simply can't. 

    Definitely not all of it, but a deep threat with inconsistent QB play will have a lower rate.

    I'd take Mike Evans and his 57% rate any day.

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  2. 22 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

    The NFL doesn't count drops liberally.  I'm not impressed by a low drop rate.  Its a fairly meaningless stat.

    There's more to WR's than "drop/not dropped".  Fighting for 50/50 balls is an area where Robby fails often. 

    Fair enough, but there's also more to catch rate than just caught/not caught. 

  3. 13 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:


    This gets washed out through sample size.  If Robby was getting overthrown by 10 feet all the time for 4 straight years by multiple different QBs, that would have been noticed by now.  

    Well he was only credited with 2 drops last year, so obviously something other than his alleged stone hands are affecting his catch rate.

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  4. 4 hours ago, Jetsfan80 said:


    The "he was hurt by his QB" argument falls flat for me.  We have a 4-year sample size on Robby.  His catch rate in those 4 years were 54 %, 55 %, 53 %, and 54 %.  Very consistent across all QB's. 

    He is what he is.  You don't pay $13M+ per for a guy who once almost got 1,000 yards.

    Catch rate is a somewhat misleading stat. If a QB throws 10 feet over a WRs head, it's obviously impossible for the receiver to catch it but it still counts as a target and a 0% catch rate.

    I like Robby, but I agree he hasn't shown enough to get $13-15 millon.

  5. 10 minutes ago, SAR I said:

    A HOF caliber RB would figure out a way to get 100 yards in a game behind a below average line, wouldn't he?

    Last year, Isaiah Crowell averaged 4.8 yards per carry and scored 6 TD's.  Bell was 3.2 and 3 TD's.

    SAR I

    Yes, and in 1984 Neil Lomax had more yards than Joe Montana.

    That proves nothing.

  6. 32 minutes ago, fusionCA said:

    how about a coach who has a great talent i his hands try to work something out to make the talent shine and not run him into the center of the defense every time?

    Gase's entire offense consisted of running Bell up the middle twice and hoping Darnold bailed him out on 3rd and long.

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  7. 22 minutes ago, rangerous said:

    marv levy had 5 seasons in kc before he joined the bills.  in kc he had all of one year over 500, one at 500 and the rest way under 500.  he joins the bills and wins the afc 4 years in a row.

    give gase a chance.  we all know the current jet team needs some serious upgrades no matter who the coach is.

    How many Hall of Famers were on that Bills team?

    How many Hall of Famers does Gase need to succeed?

  8. 19 minutes ago, y2k8 said:

    I really don't get the infatuation with a college coach who has won nothing of consequence.  

    That said, I don't get the infatuation with any college coach for that matter.  Even the legends that make the leap to the NFL end up disasters. 

    Baylor is a nice story. Rhule has done a very good job there. That doesn't make him NFL HC material.

    Yes, we should hire more Adam Gases and Todd Bowleses. Guys with impeccable NFL resumes.

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  9. 2 minutes ago, CTM said:

    That's on my list, if only because I understand theres no pay to win and its single player focused. Have to support devs not following the scum at fortnite. My sister ending up having to pay $700 cause her 9 year old charged a bunch of sh*t 


    It's pretty good. Not as good as New Vegas, but what is?

    Totally single player, so no loot boxes or anything.

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