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Thread: Should Brian Hartline be a No. 1 receiver?

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    Should Brian Hartline be a No. 1 receiver?

    Hartline's rookie season flew under the radar, but he did lead the team in yards per reception (16.3) and receiving touchdowns (4) on his way to 506 yards. While Ted Ginn's future remains unclear, the team is expected to seek a true No. 1 receiver this offseason.
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    No not yet, still to raw. Nice Number 2 with Bess in the Slot.
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    Seems like the kid has the "want to". If he improves this offseason i don't see why not. I am in no way a WR coach etc. etc., but if he does improve why WOULDN'T he demand double teams?
    It could be just hope, of course i AM a dolphins fan, but i would love to see him take the reigns.
    gaining a few lbs wouldn't hurt either.




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    If he could keep from being caught from behind so often. Just not fast enough.
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    As much as i love Hartline, and his Hustle, he lacks the phisycal tools to be a real no. 1.
    not fast enough, not big enough. I do believe he can develop into a great No. 2 WR.
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    I like what I saw from Hartline last year. Let's see what improvement he makes over the summer, and let him grow into the biggest role he can handle. I don't think he has the gear to be a #1, but McDuffie didn't either and he was money. That wouldn't be a bad outcome for a career--sure handed and always in the right place.
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    I think the word should be... "Could" Brian Hartline be a number one.

    Extrapolate those numbers up to a number one type rep count and you look at 70+ catches and 1240 yards approx..

    I think it was in the WR piece that Boomer et al did where they talked about "what is a number one WR"... makes you look at it differently..

    I think the Green Bay WR situation that they mention is ultimately what this team is looking for and I do think Hartline could be in the top 2.. Blair White could be a very good counter part
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat-London View Post
    I think the word should be... "Could" Brian Hartline be a number one.

    Extrapolate those numbers up to a number one type rep count and you look at 70+ catches and 1240 yards approx..

    I think it was in the WR piece that Boomer et al did where they talked about "what is a number one WR"... makes you look at it differently..

    I think the Green Bay WR situation that they mention is ultimately what this team is looking for and I do think Hartline could be in the top 2.. Blair White could be a very good counter part
    Hartline is neither Jennings or Driver...not even close
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    Quote Originally Posted by briareos View Post
    As much as i love Hartline, and his Hustle, he lacks the phisycal tools to be a real no. 1.
    not fast enough, not big enough. I do believe he can develop into a great No. 2 WR.
    He's 6-2 and runs in the low 4.5s in the forty. He's got the same "physical tools" as Michael Crabtree. He doesn't have epoch defining Randy Moss talent, but he's not a Wes Welker clone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CW_McGraw View Post
    He's 6-2 and runs in the low 4.5s in the forty. He's got the same "physical tools" as Michael Crabtree. He doesn't have epoch defining Randy Moss talent, but he's not a Wes Welker clone.
    a little bit more muscle wouldn't hurt though. Again, I'm no Hartline hater, but i don't see him becoming a True No 1 like the mentioned Moss, TO (prime) André Johnson, or Calvin Johnson, just to name a few. Of course he could turn into a steve smith clone
    Believe me I would be the happiest if Brian proves me wrong.
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