Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Albert Romano, Apr 8, 2019.
Local kid, good size and speed. I remember him coming out of hs.
Like clockwork, almost the absolute wrong take in almost every instance.
so hard not to take the bait isnt it lol
It's never a bad time for a life changing Michael Scott Quote to reach you.
Hey is Carroo still on the squad?
Am I the only one here that enjoys Largo? I love that he is the scapegoat now for everything. Some times he even makes good points. I have even agreed with him on at least one ocassion... Not this one though. I think standards are meant to be broken. Desecrated by an anomaly, in this case an alpha athlete 6'2 quick reciever. Tell me Randy Moss' tall *** wasnt fast?
Oh snap, that explains why Julio is such a slow possesion receiver.
It was amusing a few times, but got boring very quickly. When I laugh at something my 5 year-old does she insists on doing it 100 times but of course is not going to get the same reaction. Same thing here.
I'll never forget his 4th and 18 deep TD catch to beat Georgia in 2013. The win set up the greatest Iron Bowl ever the next week, #1 vs #4 with Alabama, with the game ending on the FG miss by Bama and the kick-6 return by Chris Davis to end Alabama's 3-peat bid.
Exactly. This thread is so stupid.
Julio 6-3, 220
AJ Green 6-4, 207
DeAndre Hopkins 6-1, 214
Kenan Allen 6-2, 211
DeVante Adams 6-1, 216
Should I keep going?
No. That's enough sample size.
Julio, DeAndre and Davante are standards.
Kennan and AJ are not standard, and you do not draft them. As simple as that. Just scratch them off the board.
Stop taking the bait lol.
Just ran a correlation plot in python, and surprisingly(lol), height and weight are only correlated with each other, not even slightly with any kind of production whatsoever...