We need a fast quick no.2 wr and a powerful bully if a left guard

Carson

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I’d take a look at Will Hernandez. He had a solid season
 

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Our FO seem to prefer the bigger WRs over smaller faster guys. The WRs we've typically draft are around 6'1"-6-2", ~200 LBS and runs 4.45-4.5ish. We don't draft the smaller 4.3, speedy types. This may be due to the scheme we've been running for past 15 years also and may change with the new offense.
 

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As for the the WR, "quickness" is the keyword and none except Turpin has it.
Big difference between that and speed.
 

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As for the the WR, "quickness" is the keyword and none except Turpin has it.
Big difference between that and speed.
Lamb has quickness with the ball in his hands. Sometimes that translates to route running, but most times not.
If he gets his route running solid, he will provide plenty of quickness. But not long speed. That's what I'd want to see paired with him. Too bad we cut the guy with long speed, to keep two guys without it, in Schulz and Gallup.
 

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Less ints happen when wrs can separate.
This INTs:
When the wrs run the right routes.
When the QB isn't double clutching the ball and hits them off their breaks instead of when they're running into the next defender in the zone.
 
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