Jarvis Landry path to the draft videos

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  1. uk_dolfan

    uk_dolfan Founder of the FH Adam Gase fan club Moderator Finheaven VIP Donator

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    [video=youtube;elUZ7Eck0DY]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elUZ7Eck0DY[/video]

    [video=youtube;2hHykzdioD4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hHykzdioD4[/video]

    Liked these a lot
     
  2. goonies

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    I really love this kid. I hope he's great for us.
     
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    Seems like a great guy. I love the tenacity that he plays with. Looking forward to see what he can do.
     
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    Love that Louisiana accent his family got. I am really excited about this guy. There will be growing pains, not doubt, but based on what they are saying about his route running, I think he can contribute faster than what it usually takes for a WR coming in to the NFL.

    http://www.ourlads.com/ncaa-football-depth-charts/player/jarvis-landry/93944
     
  5. uk_dolfan

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    The hands...thats what doesn't get talked about enough....this guy doesn't drop balls like most receivers do.
     
  7. ShootinBlanks

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    Loved this pick! All the people bitching about it don't know football
     
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    Great pick.
     
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    I'm on board.... Great down to earth guy that brings "it" game time. He most likely won't play much this year, but if someone goes down he will. I'm pretty sure he was acquired so that we can get rid of Wallace's contract in the 2015 offseason.
     
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    Great kid. Hope he balls out.
     
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    once we get a qb, this kid is gonna be real good
     
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    Welcome, you'll fit in perfectly :bobdole:
     
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    Baller....kids from Florida and Louisiana just ball.

    Great character kid and smooth as hell.

    Reminds me of Carter, McDuffie, Nat Moore, and he will probably have a better career here than Chambers.
     
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    thanks bro..been lurking a long time. got so fed up watching draft yesterday, i figured now was the time
     
  15. uk_dolfan

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    I think someone missed the sarcasm lol
     
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    best pick of the draft no question
     
  17. boringfin

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    i didnt miss it at all. i think you missed my return sarcasm
     
  18. uk_dolfan

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    sureeeeee (hint, some was in this post)
     
  19. boringfin

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    very weird..guess the humor is a bit different out by you
     
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    I miss once and a while, sometimes it hurts to but I don't deny it #personalgrowth
     
  21. sharp

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    I can see him bailing out the QB a lot in the future here.
     
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    I'm really hoping that he grades out as Anquain Bolden.

    I don't mind slow WRs, but there is a role for them. I wish
    to god we went playmker with the first, but everyone seems to just love offensive linemen now.
     
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    I am not a very emotional guy but I was deeply moved by the video. I love the pick and Ryan Tannehill just got himself a big time weapon. Looks like we drafted a real character. Don't be surprised if his toughness and competitive spirit start to rub off on his teammates.
     
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    maybe ,just maybe, he was drafted because he's a great player and
    we had 3 wide receivers with knee problems last year
     
  25. mahmacoat

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    didn't someone say "if the DB's back is turned throw him the ball"? good advice for TH(also would start teaching Wallace how to get noticed)

    ---------- Post added at 04:41 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:40 PM ----------

    Landry: "the ball is mine"

    Wallace: "that throw sucked"
     
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    Great video, can't wait for the season to start!!
     
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    Yeah, that and Wallace is overpaid..
     
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    That seems to be the theme with our signings this off-season. As we know, the culture in any organization can help you or hurt you. It's a new season, a new team, so hopefully, we are on our way to improving the culture in our locker room.
     
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    why is everybody so anxious to get rid of wallace, he opens up the field, do you remember when nobody could get separation
     
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    Because he doesn't fight for balls, and Tannehill doesn't have a great deep throw. Teams figured that out in the second half and often Wallace only go single coverage in the second half. That lead to tighter coverage the rest of the field. I hope Tanny develops that, but if he doesn't...you play to his strengths, which is what good coaches do. In this case, play guys that run good routes and don't drop balls. An 8-yd completion on first or second down means 2 and 2 or 3rd and 2....Miami had way way way too many second or third and longs because of sacks or bad runs or dropped balls. I suspect Landry is built more to replace Hartline, who started to get a case of the dropsies in the second half of last season. And I love BH, but a #2, route possession receiver has to catch the damn ball, and I hope he gets back to that. 6 mil possession receivers that have dropsies tend to get cut.

    Gibson is a fine slot receiver if he's healthy.


     
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    It was very important to get O-linemen in this draft, so what happened last year, does not happen again, but love everything about this kid, and is my favorite pick.

    My favorite all-time player was Zach because of how he played the game, this kid seems to me to be all-heart from the moment he steps on the practice field, and will not slow down until that Sunday's game is over...with a win.
     
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    I will be surprised if this kid doesn't start in the slot....number one he not your normal rookie....two, its not like we have an all pro playing the slot....I expect Landry to make a big impact
     
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    Boringfin makes boring post.
     
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    Imagine that a WR bailing the QB out after the QB has bailed the OL out. Instead of...

    Wallace-Drops-Game-Winner.jpg
     
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    There was nothing better than the feeling we used to have on game day several years ago, being seen as a hard nosed bust you in the mouth football team. Thank You Zach, Jason and Ricky for those years.
    Man I want that back again.
     
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    Ehhh that would have been an amazing play by Wallace if he'd somehow come down with it in the end zone. Tough to knock him for that.

    But yeah, the flip side is, I think people pin way too much of the blame on 17 for some of those missed connections.
     
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    Tanny could have made a better throw for Wallace if he throws it outside instead of back inside but you can clearly see he got creamed as he released it. That's just one that Wallace has to come down with since it somehow hit him in the hands. May not have won the game anyway but still that was a tough one to see him drop.
     
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    What a refreshing change from what we had in Ted Ginn Jr. Listening to Ginn made me want to punch myself in the face. And his miserable hands....
     
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    That ball flew 60 ****ing yards in the air. Nitpicking the position of that ball is just another example of the hyper-criticism Tannehill receives.


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    Wait was that the one where he was forced to twist and turn repeatedly to track the ball?
     

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