Jarvis Landry Or Preston Williams?

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  1. andyahs

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    What flavor was Jarvis? He became like stale milk.
     
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    This is SHOCKING!
     
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    For those still adamant about Landry, I feel this chart perfectly explains him.

    Yes, he gives 100% effort and I’m not saying he sucks, but look at his targets last year. You will see the first 8 games he had tons, probably had “ numbers” lol, they were 2-5-1.

    Next 8, they were 5-3 and he had maybe half of the targets? He is NOT A DIFFERENCE MAKER. It’s fine he left to get paid, it would have been crazy for us to give him that.
     
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    They paid Stills instead, another mistake.
     
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    4 years/$32 million for your best WR ($7-$8 million per). If he didn't take a knee or comment about Ross, many "fans" would name their next child after him.
     
  6. marino2duper73

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    Actually, my wife would take my prematurity rather than a long, drawn out overtime loss, so.....

    I simply asked the forum who'd they rather have at WR. I didn't say it would be an easy pill to swallow.

    And kindly, sir, if you are going to bring my wife into this conversation, you should probably ask yourself one question:

    What's the difference between being premature and a false start?

    My wife says she doesn't care. Sometimes the hurry-up scores more points.
     
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    We will see soon.
     
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    Too early to say, but isn't it nice to even be thinking that? When was the last time Miami had a wide receiver with the type of talent Williams has? Maybe we could revisit this post halfway through the season. Let's see what Williams does when the games count.
     
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    I'm excited about Williams, but I think we should wait and see him play against starters in a real game before we have these conversations. Not to be a Debbie Downer, but my guess is that he's not going to have as big as an impact as most of these posters are expecting, at least not for a couple of years. I hope I'm wrong though! That being said, I'd still take him over Landry right now based on potential, and even though he's had some off the field problems, I like his demeanor more than Landry's.
     
  10. Phinatic8u

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    That route he put on that kid during practice today made me reevaluate my thoughts on him.

    a 6'5 kid should not be able to run a route that crisp. Just filthy.
     
  11. Dsteve

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    Yeah, a guy whose best season was 58 catches, never had more than 847 yards is worth 8 million a year. You're crazy. I've pretty much been on the stills is overrated garbage train since day 1.
     
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    The real question should be Parker or Williams.
     
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    His ego is in for a VERY rough year.

    Mayfield basically FLEW down the field on his one drive with the other WRs not named OBJ and Landry against the Eagles.

    They were in hurry up the whole drive it seemed.

    There was absolutely NO drop off.

    Landry lucked out BIG TIME just in getting that contract.

    He is making some serious money.

    I will be catching all the Browns games this season. Mayfield is impressive.
     
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    Landry will be a cap cut for Cleveland within 2 years.
     
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    Had 63 catches for 937 yards with the Saints. If you're going to bitch about a player and call him overrated garbage, at least get your numbers right.
     
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