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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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TheOsprey wrote:
Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.



redzone threat =/= big play receiver, but i agree. He can make things happen. Osprey kinda makes him sound like BMW. Which would be about right, if williams was faster, more agile and had no weight problems
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imani wrote:
outside_Insider wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.



redzone threat =/= big play receiver, but i agree. He can make things happen. Osprey kinda makes him sound like BMW. Which would be about right, if williams was faster, more agile and had no weight problems


I guess you're right, but I could have referenced his over 1000 yards 3 of the last 4 years.
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imani wrote:
outside_Insider wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.



redzone threat =/= big play receiver, but i agree. He can make things happen. Osprey kinda makes him sound like BMW. Which would be about right, if williams was faster, more agile and had no weight problems and about 3 times better after the catch

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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TheOsprey wrote:
Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.



Not a big play guy, in the way that I meant. I meant, he's not a gamebreaker who's gonna run away from defenders or outjump them for big gains. Bowe had a ton of TD's on short to mid range passes.
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imani wrote:
outside_Insider wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Bowe isn't really a big play guy ala Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz. He's just more of a big target who gets a lot of catches for first downs. He's not the type of player that's gonna consistently make 40 yard receptions. Given what his asking price would be, I'd rather just draft a WR.


He had 15 TDs a year ago. I'd say he's a pretty big play guy.



redzone threat =/= big play receiver, but i agree. He can make things happen. Osprey kinda makes him sound like BMW. Which would be about right, if williams was faster, more agile and had no weight problems



No, not at all. He's much better than BMW. I would compare Bowe more to Brandon Marshall.
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He's not a Steve Smith, Wallace, or DeSean Jackson but I think Baldwin may be able to develop more into that type so I'd be very happy with Bowe.
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He's not a Steve Smith, Wallace, or DeSean Jackson but I think Baldwin may be able to develop more into that type so I'd be very happy with Bowe.



I just see more all around potential, in a rookie like Keenan Allen. I'm really excited to see his progression with Cal, this coming season. He lit it up last year, despite erratic QB play.
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