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    WR Jeff Fuller video

    I think that Fuller makes the 53. I have to admit the my being enamored with Weeden tainted my perception of Tannehill- dude looks solid, the more I see the more I like.


    http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports...lphins-53.html
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    It looks like he never makes a catch by himself, someone is always draped over him. If he cant get separation at that level, he isnt going to have a chance against all the athletes at DB in the NFL. I don't think he can beat out Wallace, Moore, Cunningham, and Matthews so I dont think he is going to end up on the 53. As always, we shall see, maybe it clicks for him and he blows up in camp since he is already comfortable with the offense.
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    The final 53 may be a stretch unless they are ready to move on from Moore, Wallace and Pruitt. I am more inclined to think they keep one of those 3 and Fuller goes on the PS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    The final 53 may be a stretch unless they are ready to move on from Moore, Wallace and Pruitt. I am more inclined to think they keep one of those 3 and Fuller goes on the PS.
    I'd be very concerned right now if I were Davone Bess or Brian Hartline. Look for Gates to contribute significantly this year.
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    I think all returning WRs need to be concerned. I don't see Hartline being here beyond this year and he may be gone sooner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    I think all returning WRs need to be concerned. I don't see Hartline being here beyond this year and he may be gone sooner.
    Bess and Hartline are AVERAGE. Look for Gates, Fuller and the 2 WR draft picks to make some noise this year, and for Egnew, Miller and Clay to take away some plays from the WR crew.
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    I like Wallace but it is going to be receivers that can run crisp routes and has timing down with the quarterback, so fuller might make it for that reason
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    Ergo Jeff Fuller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim1 View Post
    Bess and Hartline are AVERAGE. Look for Gates, Fuller and the 2 WR draft picks to make some noise this year, and for Egnew, Miller and Clay to take away some plays from the WR crew.
    Average? Have you been watching the same players I have been for the last 2 or 3 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee2000 View Post
    Average? Have you been watching the same players I have been for the last 2 or 3 years?
    Yes, I have been. As NFL starting wide receivers I'll be even more specific as to Bess and Hartline- I would rate both below average. I like both of them in certain way, they bring very good intangibles to the table- but Bess is slow and short and Hartline is, well, average.
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