Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by Breeze147, Mar 27, 2020.
Enjoy watching dropped, wide open passes, Raiders fans.
He is a mediocre receiver.
I actually think he will do Ok with them. As long as he is not the main focus, and can be the # 2 or # 3 receiver
Man that guy has every physical tool but he just CANNOT track the ball. It's like watching an outfielder who's fast and agile and he just can't get where he needs to be when he needs to be there, and then he flubs it.
Here is the highlight reel.
I'm surprised he didn't drop the pen when signing the contract.
Some of those drops are pretty brutal
I’ll give him a pass for the dropped pass vs. the Patriots.
Makes me think of the movie North Dallas Forty when coach chastises Nick Nolte: “concentration, Elliott.”
The Raiders should develop a new "non-detectable" form of stick-um.
Long history with players such as Fred Biletnikoff and Lester Hayes. Funny hearing some of the stories (check out you tube) from their teammates.
He now gets to lose to the Chiefs twice a year and can watch a real quarterback with real receivers play.
Yeah, that Carson Wentz guy is such a phony.
That is a perfect analogy of how he plays ! Good luck Lv Raiders
I remember watching Lester Hayes play and he had stickum’ clear to his elbows!
If this guy makes the team, you know the Raiders won't be having a good season.
Compared to Patrick Mahomes he is.
Not worth arguing over it.
The flaw with Stick Um was that you had to keep applying it
or it would become slippery as it dried.
NFL had to outlaw it......it got all over the footballs..
...they had to wipe the crap off the balls, constantly.
Probably......began the " Towel Ball Boy " job ?
Another WR for the Raiders? Perfect, what did they draft, like 6? #GoChiefs
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