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Who will have more catches this season

Who will have more catches this season

Why?
Crabtree. The answer will always be crabtree.
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I have a feeling KW will be the second among the WR in receptions this year. People are writing him off for some reason, but he's the longest tenured WR at the moment (with crabs down) and he already has a rapport with Kaep.

The receptions will go:

1. Boldin
2. VD
3. Williams
4. Toss up between Patton or Moore.
Patton. Baldwin is going to need some time to get up to speed and Kyle Williams is and always has been reliably mediocre. He'll make one big catch and then disappear for awhile.
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
I have a feeling KW will be the second among the WR in receptions this year. People are writing him off for some reason, but he's the longest tenured WR at the moment (with crabs down) and he already has a rapport with Kaep.

The receptions will go:

1. Boldin
2. VD
3. Williams
4. Toss up between Patton or Moore.


What exactly is this based off of? I see a guy who got pushed up because of his tenure but is simply average at best, not a great route runner, struggles to get separation, no double moves, I'm actually more confused by those who think Williams found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and will now be a star. He'll make the occasional big catch when he gets behind the defense but mostly, he struggles to get open reliably and I don't see that changing.
Patton.

Because of The 7-11 Connection

Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
I have a feeling KW will be the second among the WR in receptions this year. People are writing him off for some reason, but he's the longest tenured WR at the moment (with crabs down) and he already has a rapport with Kaep.

The receptions will go:

1. Boldin
2. VD
3. Williams
4. Toss up between Patton or Moore.


What exactly is this based off of? I see a guy who got pushed up because of his tenure but is simply average at best, not a great route runner, struggles to get separation, no double moves, I'm actually more confused by those who think Williams found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and will now be a star. He'll make the occasional big catch when he gets behind the defense but mostly, he struggles to get open reliably and I don't see that changing.

this. I like KW, he's shifty, can return punts (yes I remember the NFCCG vs. Giants) and I like him on the roster but I don't see him being a star. Patton on the other hand, that boy got game.
Patton is going to be the "starter" by week four. He is going to have the second most catches on the team at the WR position. I love players like him. He reminds me of Crabs.
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Patton is going to be the "starter" by week four. He is going to have the second most catches on the team at the WR position. I love players like him. He reminds me of Crabs.


Better attitude, not as physical as Crabtree.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
I have a feeling KW will be the second among the WR in receptions this year. People are writing him off for some reason, but he's the longest tenured WR at the moment (with crabs down) and he already has a rapport with Kaep.

The receptions will go:

1. Boldin
2. VD
3. Williams
4. Toss up between Patton or Moore.


What exactly is this based off of? I see a guy who got pushed up because of his tenure but is simply average at best, not a great route runner, struggles to get separation, no double moves, I'm actually more confused by those who think Williams found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and will now be a star. He'll make the occasional big catch when he gets behind the defense but mostly, he struggles to get open reliably and I don't see that changing.

I mean he has a rapport with Kaep because he's been in the system with Kaep for over two seasons, unlike any other WR at the moment. I don't know if that translates into chemistry on the field, but it's all we have to go on right now since we've barely seen how Kaep connects with any of the other receivers outside of VD.

I base my prediction off that and I think he is a very smooth player. He has nice hands and is extremely shifty and ellusive. I'm not calling him the pot of gold, and I don't think anyone is. I'm just saying the amount of time he's had catching balls from Kaep should count for something.
[ Edited by OregonDuckNiner on Aug 27, 2013 at 11:38 PM ]
Tough one. One of these guys may not be on game day 46 man roster. We usually have 5 active, but if Patton and Williams can play ST, with Boldin and Moore on Offense, then Baldwin is odd man out on game days.
Patton is going to put up big #'s and shock the world. He's just got it. Great route runner, catches everything, chemistry with Kaep, faster than he times, huge confidence, plays his best under pressure, works as hard as anybody. What's not to like or believe in.
Patton yeah baby, it will be a close call between him and Q.