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Thread: Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Armon Binns has Coaching Staff Excited !

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    Getting a real strong Legedu Naanee vibe here.
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    Matthews is the guy that I think could threaten for PT. I like his toughness last year.

    The undrafted kids specifically Bumphis and Collins really interest me. I think they were as good as those drafted ahead of them.

    I will say this: the 3rd and 4th quarters of the first 3 preseason games will be competitive and interesting. I bet the Fins demonstrate excellent depth by showing well late in some of these "meaningless" games. Should be a fun spring.
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    I don't think he makes the roster. The few times I've watched him he just looked sloppy.
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    he looked great for the bengals too in the offseason so good that he started the season than showed his true colors ...so
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    Lol tannehill will overthrow him
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    Matthews is the guy that I think could threaten for PT. I like his toughness last year.

    The undrafted kids specifically Bumphis and Collins really interest me. I think they were as good as those drafted ahead of them.

    I will say this: the 3rd and 4th quarters of the first 3 preseason games will be competitive and interesting. I bet the Fins demonstrate excellent depth by showing well late in some of these "meaningless" games. Should be a fun spring.
    Hopefully somebody emerges in those final few preseason games. I remember being so pumped last year waiting to see who would separate themselves from the pack and become the 4th or 5th WR on the squad and it never happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slickrickpuppy View Post
    he looked great for the bengals too in the offseason so good that he started the season than showed his true colors ...so
    That's what is so Legedu Naanee about it. Legedu Naanee was always a guy that flattered to deceive in San Diego, and he pulled the same thing in Carolina. Teams get excited about the potential in July and August, then are scratching their heads in September and October. That was how San Diego came to regard Legedu, and it's how Carolina came to regard him too. Sure enough he comes to Miami and onlookers can't stop talking about him in July and August, and I kept saying...the tape doesn't lie. Go watch the tape. Go watch every catch of his in a Carolina Panther uniform, as I did, and tell me that's an impressive player.

    Now I actually liked Armon Binns' potential coming out of University of Cincinnati so right there already that's a difference. But even there, he flattered to deceive. Heading into his senior year he looked like he would turn up a lot better than he actually did. Not that he had a bad senior season by any means, it was better than his junior year production wise, he just didn't come along well in the pure skills he was showing on the field and it got him UDFA status.

    What I don't like about his time with the Bengals is at one point his stock was flying so high they made him the starter, and then shortly after they put him on waivers. The first 6 games this year he played 292 of 412 snaps. That's 71%. That's a starter's workload. But they were so unimpressed with what they saw, they benched him and then cut him. He got to Miami and immediately I think he turned some heads because of his size which was like Brandon Marshall, and also because he wore the same number as Marshall. He moved pretty well. The Dolphins were impressed enough they gave him playing time. But again, flattered to deceive. He had 67 yards on 60 routes. He dropped 2 balls on only 8 catchable targets.

    The good news is that Binns is only a 3rd year player right now. Legedu Naanee was a 6th year player. A guy suddenly taking what he's doing on the practice field and translating it better on Sunday would not be totally unheard of going from his 2nd year to his 3rd year, whereas it would definitely be kind of odd in a guy's 6th year.

    But until he actually does it...I'm not sure there's any point getting excited about him. Too many have come before him.
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    if he becomes that good in the rotation of recievers that means that the Hartline price or Gibson signing might have been a waste

    but a good problem to have, I hope he keeps improving
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fin Thirteen View Post
    Yup. Also why Will Davis is shining early on. Wait till he has to tackle somebody in the heat of a game and the preseason hype could melt away pretty fast.
    I hate it, but I could not agree more. I just watched his highlights again last night. If he is on the corner it is a must that you run or throw screens in his direction.......really easy money right there.

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