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  1. #16
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    Arnette had a real bad game. He might turn out to be the bust of this class. Then again he is versatile enough to play in the slot, so we can salvage the pick. Haven't heard much about Robertson so far. https://raiderswire.usatoday.com/202...-in-nfl-debut/

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    Arnette had a real bad game. He might turn out to be the bust of this class. Then again he is versatile enough to play in the slot, so we can salvage the pick. Haven't heard much about Robertson so far. https://raiderswire.usatoday.com/202...-in-nfl-debut/
    Letís calm down. He got toasted by a veteran receiver on a terrible play. Most of his negative ratings were from that. Apart from that he gave up 35 scoreless yards, made several tackles and tipped a pass.

    One week does not make a bust, and most rookie corners arenít ready to start week 1. Give the kid a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    Arnette had a real bad game. He might turn out to be the bust of this class. Then again he is versatile enough to play in the slot, so we can salvage the pick. Haven't heard much about Robertson so far. https://raiderswire.usatoday.com/202...-in-nfl-debut/
    Oh for the love of Leonidas's impressive 12 pack abs! This coming from the guy who said Jacobs was the next Ricky Dudley. Give the kid a chance. He did great, one bad play does not make him a bust. It generally takes a CB 2-3 years to come into their own.

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    Arnette had a real bad game. He might turn out to be the bust of this class. Then again he is versatile enough to play in the slot, so we can salvage the pick. Haven't heard much about Robertson so far. https://raiderswire.usatoday.com/202...-in-nfl-debut/
    Calm your ****

    This is the definition of overreacting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Calm your ****

    This is the definition of overreacting
    The Webster's Unabridged Dictionary shows the definition of overreaction as:

    o∑ver∑re∑ac∑tion

    /ˈˌōvə(r)rēˈakSHən/

    noun

    noun: overreaction; plural noun: overreactions; noun: over-reaction; plural noun: over-reaction

    a more emotional or forcible response than is justified.

    "sacking him is a massive overreaction"

    - Refer to erickench, the paradigm of overreaction

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay View Post
    Letís calm down. He got toasted by a veteran receiver on a terrible play. Most of his negative ratings were from that. Apart from that he gave up 35 scoreless yards, made several tackles and tipped a pass.

    One week does not make a bust, and most rookie corners arenít ready to start week 1. Give the kid a break.
    Who has time to digest the article and think about the stats when you can get the full picture from the headline?

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    Did any of you guys read the article? He was targeted five times and allowed four catches for 110 yards. It's not just one play. That's an 80% completion rate allowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    Did any of you guys read the article? He was targeted five times and allowed four catches for 110 yards. It's not just one play. That's an 80% completion rate allowed.
    Its one game and he's a rookie. You've been more wrong than right so I'll just leave it at that

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    Did any of you guys read the article? He was targeted five times and allowed four catches for 110 yards. It's not just one play. That's an 80% completion rate allowed.
    5 targets
    1 defection + (4 catches for 110 yards + TD)
    1 deflection + [(3 catches for 35 yards) + (1 catch for 75 yards + 1 TD)]

    That's why people are saying it's just 1 play. Everyone gets beat sometimes. Arnette got beat on a great double move but held his own otherwise.
    Last edited by mberr; 09-15-2020 at 10:21 PM.

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    ^^^ He allowed a 158.3 passer rating! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    ^^^ He allowed a 158.3 passer rating! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!
    Simmer down Francis. No one is kidding you, we are speaking facts and logic.

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    ^^^ He allowed a 158.3 passer rating! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!
    No theyíre telling you youíre overreacting and commenting prematurely. Itís one game for a rookie CB at a position that takes a few years to grow into. He got burned badly on one play. Outside of that he wasnít horrible. Pump your breaks and letís see some games before we start throwing bust out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickench View Post
    ^^^ He allowed a 158.3 passer rating! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!
    Stats can be misleading, specially when they're based on 5(!) data points lol, and even more so when 1 of the 5 data points is a big outlier (4 targets for 35 yards vs 1 target for 75 yards). Check back at the end of the season, if he's still allowing a 158.3 rating then he's a bust.

    Or don't... you're just gonna want them to move him to H-Back or something during the bye week so who cares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mberr View Post
    Stats can be misleading, specially when they're based on 5(!) data points lol, and even more so when 1 of the 5 data points is a big outlier (4 targets for 35 yards vs 1 target for 75 yards). Check back at the end of the season, if he's still allowing a 158.3 rating then he's a bust.

    Or don't... you're just gonna want them to move him to H-Back or something during the bye week so who cares?
    When logic and truth slap you in the face........

    LOL I agree 100%.

    "...prone to stoogery.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    No theyíre telling you youíre overreacting and commenting prematurely. Itís one game for a rookie CB at a position that takes a few years to grow into. He got burned badly on one play. Outside of that he wasnít horrible. Pump your breaks and letís see some games before we start throwing bust out there.
    Indeed, on top of that he is starting with not much of an offseason or preseason to speak of. Give the guy a minute to acclimate to the NFL.

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