- Mar 3, 2004
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He is going to be used more like a WR than a TE.You’re a broken record because you keep saying he’s only a TE which limits his abilities and he definitely isn’t a pure TE.
The very obvious comp is Waller in Vegas as Pitts is a near clone of that guy.
I am not sure Pitts makes sense in Miami as they obviously need a quick, early separation type guy to go with the bigger targets they have on board.
Waddle and Smith are much better fits for what Miami needs.
Chase is an outstanding WR prospect but he is not a quick, sudden route runner who is going to get open in the short to intermediate area.He is going to beat people further downfield and he is going to do it with his physicality and strength.And be great after the catch as well.
If I am ranking the 4 of them on fit for Miami I would go Smith, Waddle, Chase and Pitts.
For overall talent I might reverse that list.
So it becomes a question of how much to do value fit over talent, or talent over fit.
I am not saying Chase or Pitts would not be great in Miami, they objectively would.
But Miami would still need to add a short to intermediate area quick guy like Toney or one of the Moore's.