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    Hope the Steelers don't get stuck on a big WR-Jarvis Landry

    Wow, is this guy a football player. He is being compared to Hines Ward but honestly this guy is a better receiver than Ward coming out of college. He catches everything thrown to him...plays like a big man...with big man ball skills even though he isn't a big guy. Physical, elite ball skills, uses every inch the good Lord gave him...color me impressed. If he is there in the third, how can the Steelers pass on a guy this good? I don't think they can.
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    I like Beckham quite a bit more. LSU WRs have been massively disappointing the last few years....bowe and randle are 2 out of about 6 pretty high draft picks that have succeeded

    Hes a lot like Cotchery imo

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    Beckham is faster no doubt. But, even some scouts are saying he is a better pro prospect than Beckham. I'm not a fan of judging a talent by previous talent of the school. I'm not sure how relevant it is to be honest with you. This guy produced in the toughest conference in college.
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    Yeah, but you'd have to take Beckham in the first. Landry is much better value, particularly if you could land him right where we got Ward once upon a time...with 3rd round supplemental pick.


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    He kind of reminds me of Early Doucet, who drew some similar comparisons irrc.

    Beckham is smoother, loses very little in and out of his cuts (like brown pretty much)

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    Jarvis Landry Jones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notleadpoisoned View Post
    Jarvis Landry Jones?
    Landry Jones to Jarvis Landry...the Fedora Connection.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    Landry Jones to Jarvis Landry...the Fedora Connection.
    With Jarvis Jones chasing down Landy Jones in Practice while throwing to Jarvis Landry

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    I like Jarvis Landry. But, he is no game changer. He can be a very good #2 receiver. He has good strength/bulk, but he doesn't fit the bill of a big (tall receiver). As many have said, he'd be a ward, cotchery type receiver.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    With Jarvis Jones chasing down Landy Jones in Practice while throwing to Jarvis Landry
    That play would definitely confuse the hell out of me.

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