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Thread: A Metrics Breakdown of Patterson, Allen, Hopkins and Bailey

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    Great read. Thanks.
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    Re: A Metrics Breakdown of Patterson, Allen, Hopkins and Bailey

    Great breakdown! I really like Bailey and Hopkins...would go nuts if we could get both.

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    great stuff. would still like to see what allen could do with a competent quarterback and another WR to prevent defenses from doubling and in stanford's case, triple covering him. When you look at bailey, he has austin across from him. when you look at patterson, he has hunter across from him. when you look across at the other WR from allen, he has a guy named chris harper. maynard is also one of the worst Qb's i've ever seen in my life, and that's not an exaggeration.

    and to the OP, the last chart. allen actually had 737 yards this year. so with avg qb, he would have 245 more yards?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlared View Post
    great stuff. would still like to see what allen could do with a competent quarterback and another WR to prevent defenses from doubling and in stanford's case, triple covering him. When you look at bailey, he has austin across from him. when you look at patterson, he has hunter across from him. when you look across at the other WR from allen, he has a guy named chris harper. maynard is also one of the worst Qb's i've ever seen in my life, and that's not an exaggeration.

    and to the OP, the last chart. allen actually had 737 yards this year. so with avg qb, he would have 245 more yards?
    Forgot to mention that, I just projected Allen out based on his season numbers as if he had played 12 games so he could be compared with the others.
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    What did Hopkins gain per catch on screens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    Curious to know what your rationale is for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fin Thirteen View Post
    I'm too busy at work right now to respond, but I'll get back to you!
    No worries. Just genuinely curious.
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    I think Markus Wheaton is going to have to end up in this "top tier" study. Same with Terrance Williams.

    I think Cordarrelle Patterson will solidify himself as a top level prospect and may even go top 10 above where Miami is picking. I think the other guy that will sneak into the 1st round is Markus Wheaton who showed at the Senior Bowl that you wouldn't be remiss in thinking of him as another Santonio Holmes, only with DeSean Jackson's pure speed and (we hope) a better overall attitude.

    It's hard to say what will happen to Keenan Allen and DeAndre Hopkins once they go to the Combine and show up as just sort of average athletes. Allen will be better than average once size is taken into consideration but I don't see him Julio Jonesing it up.

    Terrance Williams' pure combination of size, speed, ball skills and production should put a floor on his draft stock at around the mid-2nd round.

    Stedman Bailey remains a wildcard. As does Quinton Patton. A stronger than expected showing at the Combine from either player could vault them very high, but a weaker showing could propel either player into the 3rd round.
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    very well done...but there's zero doubt in my mind that keenan allen would have done much more damage down the field had he had a competent qb throwing the ball to him...so i think that really needs to be taken into consideration here...that cal qb was awful...probably don't call as many routes down the field either when the guy can't throw the ball in the ocean...
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    Nice post. Well done.
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