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Im no fan of Robbie Andersen for obvious reasons.... BUT

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I like reading articles like this...

Robbie, I wish we could replace you today but it would be freaking great if you could do more than just run in a straight line.

Hell the bar is so low for you, I'd be happy if you just ran that straight line to the whistle, never mind being the best receiver or even just catching the your passes. Just don't punk out after 5 feet...

(man i really think Robbie is over rated I argued with someone about it the other day for way too many posts, but then this gem of an article came up- count on me to root for him to be a better player this season - although I am pretty sure he will do something stupid and get suspended or just cost us games for lack of execution - but whateves - lets go ROBBIE!!)

 

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/07/08/robby-anderson-goal-is-to-become-best-receiver-in-the-nfl/

Robby Anderson has put up good numbers in the past. He thinks he has an even brighter future.

The Jets wide receiver is ready to build on a strong finish to last season, even though the year as a whole represented a bit of a step back for him.

“That was a down year for me,” Anderson said, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. “I know my capabilities. I know what I want to become . . . and that’s the best receiver in the NFL.”

That’s optimistic, but he certainly has shown signs of being a reliable target for Sam Darnold.

He caught 63 passes for 941 yards and seven touchdowns in 2017, and though his numbers were down across the board last year (50-752-6), he finished the season strong. In Weeks 14-16, he had 312 receiving yards and three touchdowns, showing a connection with Darnold that has led to optimism there.

That also comes with more responsibility, as new coach Adam Gase wants to expand Anderson’s role beyond running fast in a straight line.

“We’re just going to keep trying to think of ways to get him the ball, ways to create variety in his routes,” Gase said. “Instead of just doing one or two things, maybe we can open that thing up to five, six, seven things to where he’s a threat on multiple levels whether it be underneath, intermediate or down the field.”

If that happens, Anderson would certainly be closer to his goal.

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Oh my, a player in the NFL whose goal is to be the best. How unusual.

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6 minutes ago, jeremy2020 said:

Oh my, a player in the NFL whose goal is to be the best. How unusual.

player or person?

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LOL

What's the big deal?  A player is talking himself up in the off-season.

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54 minutes ago, MindOverMatter said:

This sh*t is getting out of hand with the Robbie hate, and considering our now GM was part of the staff in Philly that tried to trade for him, my bet is he isn't going anywhere.

Jet fans act like we have so much offensive talent that they can dump undrafted FA's that turned into productive players for no apparent reason. I love Robbie as a player and he's alright in my book as a person. Let's not act like no one makes mistakes in life, especially being under the microscope of being a proffesional athlete. He's a football player not a choir boy.

It’s confusing 

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I'm confused as to what the obvious reasons are, it's not like hes a despicable primmadonna faberge turd like Pennington 

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“ Crusher loves you Robbie!” I believe! 

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Just now, The Crusher said:

“ Crusher loves you Robbie!” I believe! 

Robbie weighs like a buck twenty, you could eat Robbie

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2 minutes ago, CTM said:

Crushers could eat the entire old Redskins oline, its hardly an exclusive club

Crusher always says he’s plus sized, but damn, that’s big eaten right there

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9 minutes ago, NoBowles said:

Robbie weighs like a buck twenty, you could eat Robbie

I could eat five, but the point is I rather root for him and watch him play. 

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3 minutes ago, NoBowles said:

Crusher always says he’s plus sized, but damn, that’s big eaten right there

The NIH is strongly considering a new BMI categorization far to the right of morbidly obese called crusher 

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I mean, wtf even is this thread?

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24 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

I could eat five, but the point is I rather root for him and watch him play. 

Yeah, when you put it that way, I agree

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2 hours ago, jeremy2020 said:

Oh my, a player in the NFL whose goal is to be the best. How unusual.

And it pisses someone off.  A fan of his team.  

 

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9 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

I mean, wtf even is this thread?

It's the follow up to his rant last week about Anderson being a punk, etc. 

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15 minutes ago, JiF said:

I like Robby Anderson, a lot. 

Me too.

I see no reason why Robby can't get 70/1000/10 with a real QB throwing to him.

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Robbie needs to keep running them straight lines. Jets tried him across the middle early last season and what happened? The defense held him up and ripped out the ball - didn't take much. The sideline is his friend and the long pass. Over the middle where linebackers can rip him apart - no thanks!

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3 minutes ago, Nixhead said:

Robbie needs to keep running them straight lines. Jets tried him across the middle early last season and what happened? The defense held him up and ripped out the ball - didn't take much. The sideline is his friend and the long pass. Over the middle where linebackers can rip him apart - no thanks!

That's Q's role.

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I definitely understand your take on Robby.... imo your post might be giving him too little credit. Someone had posted a video of all Robbies routes from last season and although yes, most of his damage comes from long yardage bombs. But he definitely showed an ability to execute more of the tree than just RUN FORREST RUN!!

I also really believe (could be completely wrong) that Gase's offense and play calling will utilize other way that Robbie can hurt the opposing D. I'm expecting a breakout season - factoring the fact that this would be exactly the Jets luck. Breakout season and new demands for Top 3 WR money. Jets luck. 

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3 hours ago, The Crusher said:

“ Crusher loves you Robbie!” I believe! 

I believe in him too, I’m a fan....just something about him - I don’t feel he’s a bad kid, just made some bad choices.  Give him a chance.

He is a great weapon to have, and fun to watch!  

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5 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

The board is becoming unreadable.  Only good posters like myself and a few others should be able to start a thread.  

Its awful having to sift through crap like this.

At least it was about the Jets and not a mall.😂

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