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biju

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  1. That's simply not what he showed in college. I realize this is at a different level, but the tape showed he had a more difficult time separating without pre-snap movement and perhaps a lack of "toughness". He had good hands otherwise. I'm not really a huge believer in pedigree but to go from "good hands" to "bad hands" doesn't indicate eroding skill at this age. It means he's mentally struggling. I'm happy to agree to disagree on this one. I'm not saying I'm 100% right, but the data isn't suggesting what you're suggesting IMO.
  2. Again, he's a young player that certainly has let his mind get to himself. I'm not going to say he's going to suddenly break out nor am I expecting it, but he's still getting over the hump as a player in the NFL. Does everyone really think lack of talent is the reason he's dropping all of those passes? For me this is a low cost situation and I'm fine holding into next season to see if he figures it out.
  3. In the age where rookies can bust in 1.5 years if they aren't getting 800+ yards a season in year 1 I suppose you could call him a bust. It wasn't that long ago where a trajectory of 283 yards in year 1, then (extrapolated) 640 yards in year 2 would yield a 900+ yards player in year 3. In 2015 that would have been just behind #32 Michael Crabtree (922) and just above James Jones (890). Maybe he was drafted to be someone's #2 but that's low-end WR3 after three years with additional room to grow to me. Then again I'm a buy and hold player.
  4. I don't doubt that this is heading this way, but it's been one year...has the NFL changed so much that we can't allow for a learning curve between college and the pros?
  5. I had a friend whose uncle and aunt were named Dick and BJ respectively. That might be the only other name situation I've been in that is this amusing. Having said that, I bet he's awesome. Think of having this name and trying to get/keep a job. It's like those 70s women CEOs--worked three times as hard (and were 3+ times better) as everyone else because of the perception.
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