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Better Pro?
Strong
62%
 62%  [ 45 ]
Perriman
37%
 37%  [ 27 ]
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

jshowers wrote:
SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.


Strong is a MUCH better leaper. More graceful body control and just has more hops, plain and simple. Also significantly faster.


What have you been watching? Perriman might have the best release off of the line in the class. Absolutely absurd explosion off of the line of scrimmage and when coming out of his cuts. Strong has some long strides and can be useful when he actually gets downfield, but his acceleration and agility are sub-par. When discussing straight-line speed, Perriman likely has him beat, and it's not even a comparison when talking about their COD skills or acceleration.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 2:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't see burst or COD with Perriman. He's strong and bulky but his jacked frame slows him down. Not everyone can be the size of Dez Bryant and maintain that athleticism.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anybody wanna change their vote? Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Perriman definitely inches closer, but nah.. give me Strong to SF. I trust him more to catch Kaep's lasers, and he will be a great complement to speedster Torrey Smith. Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2015 11:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

norcalgsr wrote:
Anybody wanna change their vote? Rolling Eyes


LOL....we seriously need to run this poll again. It will show how much posters on here really care about 40's.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.

Who was the last player to get over concentration drops?

Mentality is extremely hard to change. As a Dwayne Bowe fan it's been a pain in the [inappropriate/removed] for years.
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Chiefer wrote:
SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.


Who was the last player to get over concentration drops?


James Jones, Brian Quick.

Roddy White had awful hands early in his career. It's not a bad comparison for Perriman.
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norcalgsr wrote:
Chiefer wrote:
SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.


Who was the last player to get over concentration drops?


James Jones, Brian Quick.

Roddy White had awful hands early in his career. It's not a bad comparison for Perriman.

Who are the first two?

Roddy White is a good example, Julio Jones had concentration drops in college.

But 12% drop rate? That's highly unusual.
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Chiefer wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Chiefer wrote:
SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.


Who was the last player to get over concentration drops?


James Jones, Brian Quick.

Roddy White had awful hands early in his career. It's not a bad comparison for Perriman.

Who are the first two?

Roddy White is a good example, Julio Jones had concentration drops in college.

But 12% drop rate? That's highly unusual.


What do you mean who are the first two?

Marqise Lee, Kelvin Benjamin, and Martavis Bryant had similar drop rates to Perriman in their final seasons.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Torrey Smith too ^^^

And Calvin Johnson still has some drop issues that people ignore because he makes up for it in other areas and he's widely considered the best WR in the NFL.
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Chiefer wrote:
SoS wrote:
jshowers wrote:
Let's not judge things from 1 second GIFs. Not worth arguing over. Got to review the tape in it's entirety.

Strong and it's not close. Perriman just isn't a very good or talented WR. Strong isn't great either, but he's got game/skills that are easier to project as successful in the league.


There's not much Strong does better than Perriman outside of consistently catching the football.

Perriman reminds me a ton of Roddy White when he was coming out. Has all of the natural ability in the world and if he just figures out how to cut out the concentration drops he's going to be a very good #1 WR.

Who was the last player to get over concentration drops?

Mentality is extremely hard to change. As a Dwayne Bowe fan it's been a pain in the [inappropriate/removed] for years.


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I like both but like Strong more...yes he can be stiff and maybe doesn't have the best hips, but put him with a good WR coach and a guy like Maclin and tweak his techniques and he could be really good.


Similarly could be said about Perriman, if he can shore up his catching the sky's the limit
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IDOG_det wrote:
Torrey Smith too ^^^

And Calvin Johnson still has some drop issues that people ignore because he makes up for it in other areas and he's widely considered the best WR in the NFL.


Torrey actually still makes a lot of drops... didn't seem like it outside of last season but jrry32 proved me wrong in a different thread Laughing
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Flaccomania wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Torrey Smith too ^^^

And Calvin Johnson still has some drop issues that people ignore because he makes up for it in other areas and he's widely considered the best WR in the NFL.


Torrey actually still makes a lot of drops... didn't seem like it outside of last season but jrry32 proved me wrong in a different thread Laughing
He's improved though, which is the main point really
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IDOG_det wrote:
Flaccomania wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Torrey Smith too ^^^

And Calvin Johnson still has some drop issues that people ignore because he makes up for it in other areas and he's widely considered the best WR in the NFL.


Torrey actually still makes a lot of drops... didn't seem like it outside of last season but jrry32 proved me wrong in a different thread Laughing
He's improved though, which is the main point really


He improved from being a body catcher to more of a hands catcher but his hands are still quite suspect. He's simply one you don't want to really include in your argument, that's all.
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