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The combined Sanu thread

Originally posted by jreff22:
Point being the best threats are becoming the big guys regardless of WR or TE, the size difference is very telling.

Rk Player Team Pos Rec Yds Avg Yds/G Lng TD 20+ 40+ 1st 1st% FUM
1 Rob Gronkowski NE TE 82 1,219 14.9 81.3 52T 15 21 3 61 74.4 0
1 Calvin Johnson DET WR 85 1,437 16.9 95.8 73T 15 25 9 66 77.6 1
3 Jordy Nelson GB WR 59 1,101 18.7 73.4 93T 12 17 6 41 69.5 0
4 Jimmy Graham NO TE 91 1,213 13.3 80.9 59 10 17 2 68 74.7 1
5 Dez Bryant DAL WR 57 858 15.1 61.3 50T 9 17 2 44 77.2 1
5 Greg Jennings GB WR 67 949 14.2 73.0 79T 9 13 3 43 64.2 0
5 Laurent Robinson DAL WR 50 797 15.9 61.3 74 9 11 5 33 66.0 0
5 Wes Welker NE WR 116 1,518 13.1 101.2 99T 9 21 4 74 63.8 0
9 Plaxico Burress NYJ WR 41 555 13.5 37.0 30 8 5 0 35 85.4 0
9 Victor Cruz NYG WR 76 1,358 17.9 90.5 99T 8 21 7 54 71.1 1
9 Eric Decker DEN WR 43 607 14.1 40.5 56T 8 9 2 29 67.4 1
9 Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 71 1,262 17.8 84.1 73T 8 22 7 55 77.5 0
9 Santonio Holmes NYJ WR 51 654 12.8 43.6 38T 8 8 0 34 66.7 2
9 Vincent Jackson SD WR 58 1,077 18.6 71.8 58 8 21 4 52 89.7 0
9 Lance Moore NO WR 52 627 12.1 44.8 47T 8 9 2 35 67.3 0

Players bolded are 6'3 or bigger, 2 other players on this list are 6'2 but are not bolded

If you asked Eli whose more important Victor Cruz or Hakeem Nicks what do you think is his response?

Take the best player. Pittsburgh does not have a tall receiver that rely on, and they've done just fine. Not counting tight ends because they are tight ends (6'5 is the standard size for a tight end) but most of those tall guys on your list are top 5 talent. Calvin Johnson, Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, AJ Green. Plaxico Burress another high pick.

Marshall, Colston, Nicks, Jackson, Nelson are guys that hypotheticially would be in our range.

I don't know enough to comment about Mohammad Sanu, but 6'4 better not be the selling point.
[ Edited by tjd808185 on Jan 2, 2012 at 7:56 AM ]
Originally posted by tjd808185:
If you asked Eli whose more important Victor Cruz or Hakeem Nicks what do you think is his response?

Take the best player. Pittsburgh does not have a tall receiver that rely on, and they've done just fine. Not counting tight ends because they are tight ends (6'5 is the standard size for a tight end) but most of those tall guys on your list are top 5 talent. Calvin Johnson, Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, AJ Green. Plaxico Burress another high pick.

Marshall, Colston, Nicks, Jackson, Nelson are guys that hypotheticially would be in our range.

I don't know enough to comment about Mohammad Sanu, but 6'4 better not be the selling point.


You always have exception to the rule and Cruz, Smith, Welker etc are the exceptions. Although you make a point about the TE's teams are using them like WR's now, the conventional TE is going away. At this point I would rather have a 6'3 or bigger kid that can go up and get the ball.
Jason Baum @JasonBaumRU #RFootball junior WR Mohamed Sanu has announced he will enter the 2012 NFL Draft.
I only want us to draft guys 6'4" or taller
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Jason Baum @JasonBaumRU #RFootball junior WR Mohamed Sanu has announced he will enter the 2012 NFL Draft.

WANT
for anyone still masturbating to Blackmon's performance last night, this guy right here has a very similar game and we may not even need to trade up to get him - when I talk about playmaker vs 6'4" WR's Sanu is the kind of WR that makes a case for a playmaker to win that discussion

Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Jason Baum @JasonBaumRU #RFootball junior WR Mohamed Sanu has announced he will enter the 2012 NFL Draft.

WANT
ok no need t trade up for floyd or keffery anymore

get this guy
If he is there when we pick, we had better get him! Aside from all his ability catching the ball, his blocking is arguably the best of any WR out there right now. Seems like he would fit in really well here
6'4" + only please.
Originally posted by valrod33:
I only want us to draft guys 6'4" or taller


Originally posted by ChazBoner:
6'4" + only please.
BAM
Height doesn't matter. Ability to go up and make plays is what matters.

If a kid that is 6'0" can go up and catch as many balls as a kid that is 6'4"... height is a non-issue.

Draft playmakers, not combine stats.
6' 2" is tall enough for me. This guy can go up and get it.
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Im not too familiar with him!? I need to watch more ESPN.
Originally posted by titan:
Im not too familiar with him!? I need to watch more ESPN.

http://draftbreakdown.com/?s=mohamed+sanu
Originally posted by titan:
Im not too familiar with him!? I need to watch more ESPN.

he owuld be a borderline top 10 pick in next years draft

he is 6 2 but has great hops fights for the ball great speed good hands decent route runner also a playmaker

high potential possibly be a probowler