Age of players at WR/TE

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    Re: Age of players at WR/TE

    I think this group is only getting better week after week 

     
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    Re: Age of players at WR/TE

    We have QB12, he makes his WRs better...I think.

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    Re: Age of players at WR/TE

    It's good that of BB's four rookies, two of them are old rookies. 

    There are rookies, there are experienced players, there are free agents who have lost a step and finally there are relatively unaffordable free agents.  Rookies learn to become half-rookies by December or by January, and between BB and Tom Brady this bunch (sometimes) appears to be an accelerated bunch of rookies.  The jump between first and second years is usually huge, the jump between second and third is small, and then it's all downhill from there.

    We might as well count Develin Brandon Bolden, Vereen and Ridley in this receiving crew.  Blount is actually only 26.  Leon Washington is pretty old and can tell the kids all about Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.

    Sudfeld went undrafted because of his shoulder injury.  Otherwise he's perfect.  I take pokes at the Jets for drafting two high first rounders with shoulder injuries, but when they show up as UFAs, by all means they're worth a penny-ante gamble.

     
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