Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

  1. This post has been removed.

     
  2. This post has been removed.

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from maine12. Show maine12's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    Hopkins, Hopkins, Hopkins, Hopkins. Just watch the tapes.

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from JohnHannahrulz. Show JohnHannahrulz's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    Rkarp, How many WR or TEs do see taken in round one and how many in round 2? I could see three in the 1st.

     
  5. This post has been removed.

     
  6. This post has been removed.

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from pcmIV. Show pcmIV's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    Woods is someone who I think is underrated.  Lee might have had better numbers last season at USC, but Woods is imo the better prospect.  Lee is one of those guys who dominated college football because of his superior athleticism, but Woods' game translates better to the NFL.

     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from natesubs. Show natesubs's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    disappointed this list isn't longer with Da'rick rogers and dobson on it.

     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from natesubs. Show natesubs's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    who makes a top 9 list anyways?

     
  10. You have chosen to ignore posts from PatsLifer. Show PatsLifer's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    This is how I group the wr's by pick range...helps me think about a player and roughly where we would need to be to acquire...leaving Patterson and Austin off because I think both go before 20 and can't see bb trading up for either if them...

    20-40 - Hopkins, woods, Allen, hunter

    40-60 - Bailey, Patton, Williams

    60-90 - Rogers, Dobson, Wheaton

    90 - 120 - Swope, stills, Wilson 

    of the abovhow my preference is hopkins in the first, Patton or bailey in the second. These are really the only 3 wr's I like enough to spend high on. 

     

     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from viewer222. Show viewer222's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    In response to rkarp's comment:

    Where is the metric on brains?

    On paper none of these players are better than Chad Jackson, the Pats 32nd pick of the 2006 draft. Because of the difficulty that WRs have learning that playbook, the Pats have to look at brains as one of the metrics.

    Are any of thes players good at calculus or physics? At the very least economics or statistics.

    Someone who has good combine numbers and has some "good learnings" will have the best chance of becoming a successful NE Pats WR 

     

     

     




     
  12. This post has been removed.

     
  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from seattlepat70. Show seattlepat70's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    It would be more than great if the wide receivers get taken in that order for the first five. That way....  BB takes Patterson baby!!!

     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from 49Patriots. Show 49Patriots's posts

    Re: Drafting WR's looking at the metrics

    My pick is Markus Wheaton.

     
Sections
Shortcuts