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View Poll Results: What is your way too early draft grade for the '21 WFT class?
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C 5 9.43%
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Old 05-06-2021, 02:50 PM   #76
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Re: Post draft breakdown

Cooley also has some very out there takes... He knows his stuff but he reminds me of a Skip sometimes
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Old 05-06-2021, 02:52 PM   #77
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Definitely no Sprinkle. He's the king of 4-yard receptions.
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Old 05-06-2021, 07:51 PM   #78
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Got excited about our new TE Bates after listening to Cooley on him. He loves him, said he reminds him of himself. Not sure what the initial comp to Jeremy Sprinkle was all about, Bates looks way more athletic.

'Love this dude': Cooley is high on Washington's John Bates

Agree 100.

This dude will have a huge impact on the offense. Sprinkle being on the field was a huge tell and was no threat.

This guy can help in the run game immensely and catch an 8 yard pass in the flat. Truly a dual threat.

Prediction: he will play considerable snaps for a 4th round pick.
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Old 05-06-2021, 07:59 PM   #79
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Definitely no Sprinkle. He's the king of 4-yard receptions.


If he actually catches it first....
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Old 05-06-2021, 11:58 PM   #80
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Yeah pretty bold talk from a guy who isnít in the league right now. 🤦*♂️
I saw a report that said Robert wants to mentor Trey Lance. On what? How to not get your 5th year option picked up?
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:07 AM   #81
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Got excited about our new TE Bates after listening to Cooley on him. He loves him, said he reminds him of himself. Not sure what the initial comp to Jeremy Sprinkle was all about, Bates looks way more athletic.

'Love this dude': Cooley is high on Washington's John Bates

I was listening to Sirius XM NFL radio the other afternoon on the way home from work and Jim and Pat were talking about Bates. Said during a team interview Bates was asked what he needed to work on. The team staff member who had talked to Jim and Pat said most players answer something about selfish personal stats, like catch more balls, etc. this guy told Jim and Pat that Batesí answer was the only time the WFT interviewer has EVER heard this said as an answer. ďWhatever I have to do to win coach, Iíll do whatever it takes to win.Ē

I got a fucking hard on hearing that and thatís why I love Ron so much. He prioritizes this kind of mindset and is building an entire locker room full of guys with this mentality. Iím am so psyched for this year. Bates is going to play a good sized role for us.
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:37 AM   #82
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The wr room got real crowded. Gandy Golden, Harmon and both Sims could be in trouble.
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:52 AM   #83
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The wr room got real crowded. Gandy Golden, Harmon and both Sims could be in trouble.
Harmon is my dude. I think he will be a good player. But that's just my opinion.

Hope he sticks.

I think we need to keep 6 WRs:

McLaurin, Samuel, Brown (that's my starting 3), Harmon, Sims, and 1 of Sims Jr., Milne, Wright, Gandy or Humphries.

Harmon wasn't drafted by Rivera, so Gandy might have the edge over him.
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Old 05-07-2021, 07:47 AM   #84
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Cooley is usually pretty tough on evaluating TE's, so the fact he had a glowing opinion about this kid gives me a lot of hope.
Yeah just listened to it, he definitely seems to think there's a lot of potential here. Not gonna wow anybody with speed but if he gets open, catches it, and is a solid blocker... I'd say that's something we haven't had on this roster since... Cooley retired ? (Not saying he is Cooley or is gonna turn into Cooley, but who was our last true all around TE ?)

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Old 05-07-2021, 08:04 AM   #85
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Harmon is my dude. I think he will be a good player. But that's just my opinion.



Hope he sticks.



I think we need to keep 6 WRs:



McLaurin, Samuel, Brown (that's my starting 3), Harmon, Sims, and 1 of Sims Jr., Milne, Wright, Gandy or Humphries.



Harmon wasn't drafted by Rivera, so Gandy might have the edge over him.


I think Harmon could be good too. I agree with your 5. I want to keep AGG and Humphries though - who I think is a lock. Fuck Sims JR. Milne and Wright are gone. Can we keep 7? Probably not.
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I think Harmon could be good too. I agree with your 5. I want to keep AGG and Humphries though - who I think is a lock. Fuck Sims JR. Milne and Wright are gone. Can we keep 7? Probably not.
Just based on what we saw last year Wright > AGG.

AGG didn't show us squat.
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Just based on what we saw last year Wright > AGG.



AGG didn't show us squat.


No doubt BUT i like AGG potential. Like Cam a couple years ago. And honestly we are stacked enough at WR now that i think we can roll the dice on our number 6. Wright is serviceable at best. And if i knew AGG was a bust id take serviceable but I dont know that yet.
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McLaurin, Samuel, Humphries, Brown, C Sims and then one of Harmon or AGG would be my guess. Sims and Wright probably gone and Milne to PS. Not sure if Harmon has PS eligibility but AGG does and they could go that route. Iíd say AGG or Harmon over Wright because they know what they have in Wright and I donít see him displacing the 1st 5 on this list. For the 6th slot (if you keep 6), they might be more inclined to focus on potential. They probably perceive a higher ceiling with Harmon and AGG but injuries have prevented us from seeing what that might be.


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Amazing how we can go from one wr to a logjam at who number 6 is goin to be in a matter of months.
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Just based on what we saw last year Wright > AGG.

AGG didn't show us squat.
I'm going with McLaurin, Samuel, Brown, Harmon, Cam Sims and Humphries.

The rest haven't shown enough to keep around, except maybe 1 or 2 guys on the PS (AGG and Wright?).
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