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    Cody Latimer, Donte Moncrief, Allen Robinson, Jordan Matthews

    Who is your favorite?

    How would you rank them?

    Comparisons for each?

    These are the 4 WRs that are kind of second tier that I really like. I think everyone has a good shot to be quality. How about you dudes?
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    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    I'd go

    1. Moncrief
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    Moncrief, Matthews, Robinson, Latimer.

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    Haven't watched tape on Latimer yet, of the other three I would go Robinson/Matthews/Moncrief


    Ok Trent, so the doorway out is that way?

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    Matthews-think he is NFL ready and can succeed out the gate
    Robinson- same as Matthews expect he might progress a little slower, but he is more athletic.
    Latimer- has good number 2 potential one day
    Moncrief- same as above, but I'll trust latimer
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    Haven't watched tape on Latimer yet, of the other three I would go Robinson/Matthews/Moncrief
    Latimer and Moncrief have insane potential. I think Latimer might even go in front of Robinson or Matthews, I doubt it, but I could see the right team.
    Quote Originally Posted by surf and turf View Post
    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    IIRC Latimer had a good game against Dennard. Dennard didn't face Abbrederis or Robinson this year so Latimer is really the only quality WR Dennard faced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Matthews-think he is NFL ready and can succeed out the gate
    Robinson- same as Matthews expect he might progress a little slower, but he is more athletic.
    Latimer- has good number 2 potential one day
    Moncrief- same as above, but I'll trust latimer
    This might be the dumbest thing ever said but I actually think Matthews and Robinson will be great #2s, they might be a teams #1 but they really SHOULD be behind a true stud IMO, in a perfect world.

    I actually think Cody and Donte have true #1 potential but are just less likely to pan out. If that makes senes.
    Quote Originally Posted by surf and turf View Post
    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    Moncrief
    Robinson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Latimer and Moncrief have insane potential. I think Latimer might even go in front of Robinson or Matthews, I doubt it, but I could see the right team.
    Yeah, my list is more immediate impact over potential, they are all pretty nice tho, the depth at WR is a bit unfair, even after these guys there's Adams, Coleman, Bryant, etc.


    Ok Trent, so the doorway out is that way?

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    1. Latimer
    2. Robinson
    3. Moncrief
    4. Matthews

    I really like Latimer. Physical WR who use to play basketball. he's got hops. Big hands. He can block. He's not a separation type of WR. He won't put up big numbers. But for a team like SEA he would be huge. I also really like Robinson. He's not overly fast but I think he has great separation. Kinda reminds me of Keenan Allen.

    Just not a huge fan of Matthews.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    Yeah, my list is more immediate impact over potential, they are all pretty nice tho, the depth at WR is a bit unfair, even after these guys there's Adams, Coleman, Bryant, etc.
    I love Coleman. He's got some Brandon Marshall potential. He just had a terrible QB.


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    Robinson, Matthews, Moncrief, Latimer
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    Yeah, my list is more immediate impact over potential, they are all pretty nice tho, the depth at WR is a bit unfair, even after these guys there's Adams, Coleman, Bryant, etc.
    WR is insanely good.

    Plus like Abby, who should be solid.

    If Archer can figure it out in the slot, he could be a weapon.

    I also love Herron, John Brown, Josh Huff, Jeff Janis, Matt Hazel, I could go on and on and on.
    Quote Originally Posted by surf and turf View Post
    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    Love Jordan Matthews..... He is a coaches player that gets there early and stays late. Watches every bit of game film and breaks down every thing. I have no doubt in my mind he is gonna be a solid starting receiver.

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