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View Poll Results: What is your way too early draft grade for the '21 WFT class?
A 14 23.33%
B 32 53.33%
C 8 13.33%
D 5 8.33%
F 1 1.67%
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Old 12-22-2021, 10:17 AM   #136
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Davis needs more seasoning. I think veteran presence is needed in that group and itís NOT Bostic
Yeah it is a headscratcher choosing a first round project pick and then not having the field leadership to help scaffold the player. I think they thought RR and JDR would fill that niche.
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Old 12-22-2021, 11:02 AM   #137
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It's too early to draw too many conclusions about J Davis. He has all the tools, and could still be a good player with some more experience. He barely played the first six games, and even with the state of that position group, there are only a few games since then that he was on the field for the majority of defensive snaps.
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:06 PM   #138
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Can #WashingtonFootball fans give some love to John Bates?

1st in the NFL in @PFF Run Blocking Grade for TEs
12.8 Yards Per Reception (9th in the NFL for TEs)
13th most receiving yards among rookie WRs & TEs

Not bad for a day 3 rookie with limited college production.
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:12 PM   #139
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Can #WashingtonFootball fans give some love to John Bates?

1st in the NFL in @PFF Run Blocking Grade for TEs
12.8 Yards Per Reception (9th in the NFL for TEs)
13th most receiving yards among rookie WRs & TEs

Not bad for a day 3 rookie with limited college production.
was hoping for more of a Mark Andrews out of him
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:12 PM   #140
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:21 PM   #141
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was hoping for more of a Mark Andrews out of him
As a rookie? That's a big ask.

Andrews had 34 catches as a rookie just for some perspective.
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:32 PM   #142
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Can #WashingtonFootball fans give some love to John Bates?

1st in the NFL in @PFF Run Blocking Grade for TEs
12.8 Yards Per Reception (9th in the NFL for TEs)
13th most receiving yards among rookie WRs & TEs

Not bad for a day 3 rookie with limited college production.
Itís been a nice surprise, but you can really see the growth in his game since the beginning of the season.

Really hoping Logan Thomas can come back healthy cause those 2 TE sets could be nasty.
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As a rookie? That's a big ask.

Andrews had 34 catches as a rookie just for some perspective.
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:41 PM   #144
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Itís been a nice surprise, but you can really see the growth in his game since the beginning of the season.

Really hoping Logan Thomas can come back healthy cause those 2 TE sets could be nasty.
We have the pieces there just need that QB. It is amazing how important that franchise QB is. Saints won the division went 12-4 last year. You lose Brees and they are us.
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Old 01-05-2022, 02:54 PM   #145
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We have the pieces there just need that QB. It is amazing how important that franchise QB is. Saints won the division went 12-4 last year. You lose Brees and they are us.
Iím really hoping Samuel and Thomas can put these injuries behind them because look at rooster of skill positions itís young but solid.

Starting outside receivers Terry and Cam Sims with Samuel in slot

Logan Thomas and Bates at TE

Brown, Dax, Reyes developing. And bring back RSJ vet TE for competition and to take out camera men

We just need competent QB play
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Looks like they definitely hit right on Bates. Legitimate No. 2 TE with possible starting potential. That'll work where he was drafted.
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Old 01-05-2022, 06:02 PM   #147
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Too early to give up on Jamin Davis - I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do next year on the outside and with a hopefully competent mike teaching and directing him where he needs to be.

Cosmi has been good - when he's on the field. Hoping for less injuries next year.

Dyami Brown needs more seasoning - plus I'd like to see what he does with a competent QB playing.

Bates has been the surprise of the rookie class, he was touted as a good blocker coming out of college but his hands have been a pleasant surprise. We might finally have a decent backup behind Logan Thomas for once.
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Old 01-05-2022, 06:40 PM   #148
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Q - are we the only NFL team with every single '21 draft pick still on the roster? If we are, while it's not a ringing endorsement, it's certainly a positive.
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Old 01-05-2022, 09:38 PM   #149
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Too early to give up on Jamin Davis - I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do next year on the outside and with a hopefully competent mike teaching and directing him where he needs to be.

Cosmi has been good - when he's on the field. Hoping for less injuries next year.

Dyami Brown needs more seasoning - plus I'd like to see what he does with a competent QB playing.

Bates has been the surprise of the rookie class, he was touted as a good blocker coming out of college but his hands have been a pleasant surprise. We might finally have a decent backup behind Logan Thomas for once.
Cosmi is going to be our starting left or right tackle for the next 10 years.

Brown was a project type WR for the NFL, given his college offense. I still think he's going to be a good one.
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Old 01-05-2022, 10:08 PM   #150
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I canít believe it took most of the season to figure out Davis would be better outside and that Collins would be a lot better as a hybrid DB/LB.. they never did fix the pass rush .. in fact Chase went backwards in production .. So as we give out grades letís grade the Coaches .. JDR gets a D the only reason itís not a F is injuries/covid ..
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