Armon Binns , Does he could be solid WR for us ?

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  1. fastball83

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    Hello,


    We need to add 3 WR for next season ( I keep Bess and Hartline only from the WR WR of season opener), but perhaps Armon Binns could be one of them.

    I think he can cath many ball, he has speed and he's 6.3 if I am right.

    With 1 solid FA and a solid draftee + Bess and Hartilne, that could be a very dangerous WR group.

    Opinions ?
     
  2. AFCMiamiEast

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    Why is everyone so high on this Binns guy? Sean Smith has the physical tools to be a great CB but he is a complete bum, I don't see this Binss guy amounting to anything. There will not be many free agencies in a single offseason with three top of the line receivers like Jennings, Wallace and Bowe. Is Bess still out against NE today, and Binns starting?
     
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    Too raw of a prospect to know. I think we'll see Rishard Mathews have a second year development like Reshad Jones just had before we see Binns become legitimate.
     
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    Devone Bess can be traded. I'd like to see Matthews, Binn and Hartline in camp with Jennings and Allen.
     
  5. AFCMiamiEast

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    Do you not realize his impact in the slot on 3rd downs? He is a machine at keeping drives alive, I can't imagine what he would do in a Brady led offense. Bess is staying here for a long time.
     
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    Hopefully we get Jennings and draft 2 rookies pretty high, than Mathews and Binns can fight to stay on the Roster.. If Both those guys make it because there playing lights out, than great we have 6 solid receivers!
     
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    We can do a lot better then Bess and Hartline has been far more effective then Bess. There is no need to have two guys that are essentially the same.
     
  8. AFCMiamiEast

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    Bess is a specialist...he is a 3rd down slot receiver, not a Calvin Johnson/Brandon Marshall type #1 receiver. All he needs to do is run out the slot while we line up a Jennings/Wallace/Bowe on the outside and you will see the numbers sky rocket from this offense. I have no idea how you're comparing Bess to Hartline, they're two COMPLETELY different receivers. There are many...many aspects into being a receiver, it's not just catching a ball, Bess is a specialist and damn good at it.
     
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    Bess is out.
     
  10. fastball83

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    Bess is here and stay here, Hartline will be a solid n °2 and we need a super n°1, after that I can live with Binns and Matthews who seem catch all pass throw to him.
     
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    You guys are letting your fandom obscure your thinking. The Dolphins WR core is cluttered with JAGs. It needs a serious upgrade at 1-2. Bess has peaked and it is not overly impressive. He has problems creating separation and is invisible in the red zone.
     
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    Hmmm, what makes you think Binns and Matthews can even hold Bess jock?
     
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    You seriously do not understand what I am saying...did my quote on stating we should get our #1 receiver through free agency and draft and line him on the outside with Bess in the slot escape you? You seem to have no idea what a slot receiver does. I never said Bess should stick with us as a #1, no one feels that way as I have said time and again that he is a SPECIALIST...not an all purpose WR.
     
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    Obtaining a 1 and 2 means everyone moves down. If you were paying attention last week you would have seen Binn lining up in the slot. Hartline is another guy who can play the slot and has better skills then Bess. Devone Bess is not a critical component of this offense.

    Nowhere did I say anything about you referring to Bess being a 1. Please dont insult my intelligence by saying I am not listening to you or don't understand a slot WR. It's ok to disagree.
     
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    LOL no, you just lose all credibility after saying that Brian Hartline is better than Davone Bess in the slot. Make a poll on these forums asking that question, I implore you.
     
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    talk about long being hurt. second year bess went down at the end.

    and the answer to your question on binns is yes, he can become a force. He finds the endzone alot. Right now, he is being asked to do smaller stuff. I think Bailey in the draft and one of the free agent wr's will do the trick along w/ a TE.

    We will have full deck next year if this is done.
     
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    I agree completely.

    That said, on the subject of Binns specifically, if he shows up today and makes a couple of plays, he will definitely have done enough that I want to see him in camp again next season.
     
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    I do agree Bess has done a good job and would probably be better in NE who wouldnt but I do find that people that think he could step in and be Wes Welker is beyond disrespect for what Welker has done. Im not saying u implied that but welker has done some things no other player has ever done and may never do again 5 seasons 110 or more receptions.

    ---------- Post added at 02:59 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:58 PM ----------

    what do u mean he finds the endzone alot did u mean in college
     
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    yes absolutely bring him back.. atleast for mini camp and training camp... although his stats werent that impressive those 3 catches he made were in close quarters (tough catches) and i believe were all on third down.... easily better than matthews, moore, fuller... gb has kept 6 wr on roster at times so he should atleast get training camp invite
     
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    I worry that Ireland looks at Binns the way he looked at Legadu Naanee (incidently Omar has been pumping up Binns lately like he did Naanee in camp) and decides the WR corp is solved with his addition and doesn't address WR in free agency or the draft.
     
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    We all have our personal opinions of Ireland, and I do put tons of blame on him for this teams 's recent woes...but I do not think any GM in this league, considering our situation, would have that mindset. If so, they belong absolutely no where near anything resembling the sport of football.
     
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    Yes he can..but ireland is such a cheapo that he would not go after a big name just to rely on a waiver wire acorn..damn ty hilton is getting better and better,....thanks jeff ireland.
     

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