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TARGETS

PostPosted:2 months ago
by aeneas1
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PostPosted:2 months ago
by AvengerRam
Its interesting to see Jefferson so far ahead of Reynolds. If Reynolds is now the #4 WR, he may be the best #4 WR in the league.

Henderson's #s are noteworthy too. 3 targets, 2 big plays, and one near TD (Goff overthrew him - or overestimated his height - just a tad). I'd like to see more of him in the passing game!

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by 69RamFan
AvengerRam wrote:Its interesting to see Jefferson so far ahead of Reynolds. If Reynolds is now the #4 WR, he may be the best #4 WR in the league.

Henderson's #s are noteworthy too. 3 targets, 2 big plays, and one near TD (Goff overthrew him - or overestimated his height - just a tad). I'd like to see more of him in the passing game!


As of right now,,,

Reynolds is still the 3rd WR....

He has way more snap counts...

But the difference is, VJ has more targets..

Most likely, the reason why he has more targets...

Is VJ's route running and breaking separation from one on one coverage...

As of now,,, Reynolds knows more of the play book, and until VJ catches the whole playbook, Reynold will be number three WR....

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by FMulder
Interesting. Thanks. I know SM said there was going to be a concerted effort to get the RBs involved more in the passing game. I like to see more routes than just screens and swings and so far it looks like they are trying to do that

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by snackdaddy
I have a feeling VJ will be the number 3 guy before the season is over. His skill level isn't far behind Kupp and Woods. He just needs more time to acclimate himself to the nuances of playing NFL football.

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by AvengerRam
69RamFan wrote:As of right now,,,

Reynolds is still the 3rd WR....

He has way more snap counts...

But the difference is, VJ has more targets..

Most likely, the reason why he has more targets...

Is VJ's route running and breaking separation from one on one coverage...

As of now,,, Reynolds knows more of the play book, and until VJ catches the whole playbook, Reynold will be number three WR....

We're only two games in, so it will be interesting to see how the snap counts evolve.

Either way, our WR corps is extremely deep.

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by ramsman34
The sparing use of Everett is a bit perplexing. He should be a match up problem for both safeties and LBs. I wonder what’s going on there. 2 targets?? I would like to see him and Higs get more targets this week as the Bills seem to have issues covering TEs consistently.

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PostPosted:2 months ago
by Kid Charlamagne
Did he overthrow him? When I saw it my reaction was why didn’t he keep running, that ball was dropped right in the bucket? Of course it’s impossible to tell watching it on tv and maybe it was too far inside but still a nice throw.