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Justin Hunter vs Robert Woods?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansWillWin2, Apr 27, 2013.

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  1. TitansWillWin2 Starter

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    Who did u guys think was better coming into the draft and who did you want. I thought Robert Woods is the better player by far. He is really good after the catch and he also runs the best routes than any other WR did in the draft this year. Either way I think it was stupid to move up and get hunter b/c even if hunter was gone we could hav got woods. Now we got 2 wr's on our roster who have already torn their acl 2 years ago!
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  3. The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

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    Hunter>>>Woods
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    Upside... Hunter.
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    Hunter, and it ain't close.

    Hunter has far more upside. Also produced against better defensive competition in the SEC. And he did it on a poorly coached train wreck of a UT team.

    He's the best receiver in this draft. His floor is a solid #2 receiver. His ceiling is a top 10 receiver in the NFL. Worth a second, a seventh, and a future third? All damn day.

    Much better value than what the Rams gave up for Austin or a first for Patterson.
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    Yeah I like Hunter. I could actually see him ending up being the best receiver from this draft.
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    Woods should be a solid #2 receiver, but I doubt he'll ever be a star. Nothing about him is really that great, he just good all around.

    Hunter may never be a star either, but it won't be because he isn't talented enough.

    Woods is a safer pick to be a productive receiver, Hunter has a much higher upside. A lot of scouts say Hunter reminds them a lot of AJ Green.
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    Woods is a solid player and a very safe pick, Hunter could be one of the biggest impact players in the NFL if he comes back full speed (worth the risk).
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    Woods reminds me of Damien Williams. He has everything to be a premier WR except speed and burst.
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    Hunter didnt look to have the same great speed he had this past season before the injury, hopefully he gets it back and he can be a great receiver

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