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Better Pro?
Strong
62%
 62%  [ 45 ]
Perriman
37%
 37%  [ 27 ]
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 2:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

chiefs82 wrote:
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


I'm not so sure about Strong. I don't think his technique is the problem. He uses his body well but he just doesn't separate. I'm not sure if it's a lack of acceleration, hip stiffness or change-of-direction skills. I'm just not sure what his ceiling is but I can't see him being more than a good #2 receiver.
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fly eagles fly wrote:
chiefs82 wrote:
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


I'm not so sure about Strong. I don't think his technique is the problem. He uses his body well but he just doesn't separate. I'm not sure if it's a lack of acceleration, hip stiffness or change-of-direction skills. I'm just not sure what his ceiling is but I can't see him being more than a good #2 receiver.
I see the upside of a Marques Colston tout of him personally. Won't wow you with his athleticism on the field, but makes an occasionally athletic play and does a lot of things well.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

barnaby8787 wrote:
fly eagles fly wrote:
chiefs82 wrote:
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


I'm not so sure about Strong. I don't think his technique is the problem. He uses his body well but he just doesn't separate. I'm not sure if it's a lack of acceleration, hip stiffness or change-of-direction skills. I'm just not sure what his ceiling is but I can't see him being more than a good #2 receiver.
I see the upside of a Marques Colston tout of him personally. Won't wow you with his athleticism on the field, but makes an occasionally athletic play and does a lot of things well.


It's harder to play like Colston when you're 6'2", though.
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ConnSKINS26 wrote:
barnaby8787 wrote:
fly eagles fly wrote:
chiefs82 wrote:
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


I'm not so sure about Strong. I don't think his technique is the problem. He uses his body well but he just doesn't separate. I'm not sure if it's a lack of acceleration, hip stiffness or change-of-direction skills. I'm just not sure what his ceiling is but I can't see him being more than a good #2 receiver.
I see the upside of a Marques Colston tout of him personally. Won't wow you with his athleticism on the field, but makes an occasionally athletic play and does a lot of things well.


It's harder to play like Colston when you're 6'2", though.
2 inches isn't that big of a deal.
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barnaby8787 wrote:
ConnSKINS26 wrote:
barnaby8787 wrote:
fly eagles fly wrote:
chiefs82 wrote:
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


I'm not so sure about Strong. I don't think his technique is the problem. He uses his body well but he just doesn't separate. I'm not sure if it's a lack of acceleration, hip stiffness or change-of-direction skills. I'm just not sure what his ceiling is but I can't see him being more than a good #2 receiver.
I see the upside of a Marques Colston tout of him personally. Won't wow you with his athleticism on the field, but makes an occasionally athletic play and does a lot of things well.


It's harder to play like Colston when you're 6'2", though.
2 inches isn't that big of a deal.

It is when you have separation issues.
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barnaby8787 wrote:
2 inches isn't that big of a deal.

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Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.
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SoS wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.


I liken him more to Miles Austin with ball skills.
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Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.


I liken him more to Miles Austin with ball skills.


Wasn't really going for a skillset comparison.
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SoS wrote:
Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.


I liken him more to Miles Austin with ball skills.


Wasn't really going for a skillset comparison.


Austin played the slot too.
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Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.


I liken him more to Miles Austin with ball skills.


Wasn't really going for a skillset comparison.


Austin played the slot too.


Ah, well I apologize. Assumed you were comparing skillset since you mentioned their ball skills.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 11:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'd go Strong between the two, but wouldn't feel like I was drafting a #1 regardless.


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Got both of these guys in a PPR dynasty league. Got Kevin White, Phillip Dorsett, and Devin Smith too.

Can't believe all 5 of them might bust.
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SoS wrote:
Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
Rich7sena wrote:
SoS wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Jaelen Strong produced 35.1% of his receiving yards from the slot.


I actually see him being more of a threat from the slot in a Marques Colston type role.


I liken him more to Miles Austin with ball skills.


Wasn't really going for a skillset comparison.


Austin played the slot too.


Ah, well I apologize. Assumed you were comparing skillset since you mentioned their ball skills.


Strong is much slower than Austin, but yeah, he does have better ball skills than Miles.

Strong's potential in Houston with Brock is so limited. Had they kept Hoyer, I think he may have had a decent year this season.
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