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On 5/18/2013 at 2:58 AM, werdnoynek said:

He's OK. All he'll ever be...

Mediocre size, mediocre speed, mediocre hands, mediocre ceiling.

ETA: Mediocre situation


On 5/18/2013 at 10:16 AM, EBF said:

Had a chance to get him in a couple rookie drafts and passed. Don't hate him, but he doesn't stack up with the NFL's elite physically. Just average speed and only a 9'7" broad jump. He has really good hands and he's a pretty good route runner, so I think he'll be a solid #2 or #1B target, but I don't know if he's got that extra something to become a #1. I never quite got the "wow" factor from his game cuts.


Went to see how old this thread was just to see how long nuke's been doing it.  Ran across the above posts too, pretty funny.

With all he's done for so long now, I can't remember a more perennially underrated player.  Although most FF'ers are/were aware, it still seems he never got his due -- at least not like the biggest names in the sport did anyway.  Hell, even Houston was willing to move on; amazing.

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