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    I have to agree that 40 times are not what is going to make or break this draft pick. Getting open, catching whats thrown to you and YAC are what I look for in a wide out.
    He does not need 4.5 speed to be effective.
    Defenses will have to content with a multitude of talent on this Miami offense. Landry's speed will not make or break him. Consistency is all he will need.

    Wallace, Hartline, Gibson, Matthews and Landry sound awful damn good to me. Best receiver group we have had in a very long time.
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    Its as simple as the fact that many of the greatest receivers in NFL history were considered TRACK slow...this is football.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Landry is very very fluid, his body control and ball adjustment skills are just downright amazing, he will be special for us..
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKphin View Post
    He has amazing balance to along with those huge consistant hands, and he is intense and fearless going for the ball...awesome video. thanks DK
    Thank goodness our Ryan continues to improve and looks like the real deal, unlike...
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    Can't wait to see him play! I think he and Armon Binns are gonna make a big difference on offense this season. Hartline, wallace, Gibson, Landry, Mathews, and Binns sounds like a capable group. I'm wondering who is supposed to step up for us at TE right now though! I'm thinking Clay, Sims, and Egnew is a little underwhelming.
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    Do not compare this guy to Bess....Bess falls down after the catch, Landry gets YAC.
















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    I much rather have my rookies speaking and acting like this. The train wreck in Cleveland is not the distraction I want my rookies going through.
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    Bess was a money receiver for this team from his rookie year on.
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    I think he is certainly closer to Bess than he is to Boldin. He does not get off the line like Boldin, Boldin's ability to get YAC is unmatched, and Boldin is a much better athlete, with the ability to be a jump ball catcher. Landry has the ability to make any catch he's in range for, runs crisp routes, and has the ability to make some tough catches. That sounds a lot like Bess his first couple years in Miami, which isn't even a bad thing, Bess was loved here his first couple of years and was the type of receiver that every QB needed in their offense. Now, Landry does have the potential to be more than Bess, as he's a more willing blocker and is tougher than Bess, but there's no need to take it as an insult when someone compares him to Bess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CallMeDaddy View Post
    I think he is certainly closer to Bess than he is to Boldin. He does not get off the line like Boldin, Boldin's ability to get YAC is unmatched, and Boldin is a much better athlete, with the ability to be a jump ball catcher. Landry has the ability to make any catch he's in range for, runs crisp routes, and has the ability to make some tough catches. That sounds a lot like Bess his first couple years in Miami, which isn't even a bad thing, Bess was loved here his first couple of years and was the type of receiver that every QB needed in their offense. Now, Landry does have the potential to be more than Bess, as he's a more willing blocker and is tougher than Bess, but there's no need to take it as an insult when someone compares him to Bess.
    While this might be truer than false, the fact remains according to some of our LSU fans that rather than Beckham Jr, the wideout taken #12 in the draft, it was Landry who was the go-to guy in crunch time. As far as endzone receptions, I don't think you could ever say that of Bess.





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