Well, Dissley is out for the year, so covering Seattle’s TE is much easier than it was at least, but yeah - that’s a lot of size to compete with.I don’t know how you cover Metcalf, Gordon, and the TE.
i wasn’t very impressed with how Gordon looked in NE, tbh. He looked a bit slower. And they didn’t seem to trust him with a big route tree. I’d have to take a look at that cool site someone once posted with all the routes by every WR game to game.
It’ll be interesting to see if
1. He stays in football or if another shoe drops
2. Seattle finds him to be useful
3. Seattle can make him productive in their system.
#1 seems like the biggest concern - he fell out of favor with the Pats in a hurry. I thought once AB was gone we’d finally see JG hitting whatever potential he had. Instead of popping he fizzled. Hardly targeted, in favor of guys like Dorsett? As others have mentioned. something seems odd about that.
The pats might take more chances on red-flag type players than most and sometimes they miss,...but it seems rare that they let elite talent get away. So why cut him, especially when they seem to need WRs, especially big bodied RZ targets? Edelman is getting banged up seemingly every week, and behind him they have Dorsett & Harry? I find it difficult to believe a healthy JG isn’t better, faster, stronger than those two.
some kind of shoe is gonna drop.
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