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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Apr 6, 2017.
Right but its a biased opinion lol. Both suffer from it. Davis at a higher percent though.
A higher percentage based on PFF. PFF can suck balls too.
I wouldn't be surprised if Williams' drop rate was lower due to him making a living on making the difficult catches because he can't separate and some of them falling under "uncatchable."
And the only way I'm biased in this situation is being biased for the better player.
Yes because you seeing 3 drops vs auburn>PFF analysts lol
I'm not going to try and say Williams is faster or a better route runner cause it isn't true lol.
Davis has had, something like 16 drops, in four years of playing.
PFF analyst is something special? The only reason that organization gets propped up is due to it being the only one doing the dirty work.
All three dropped TDs against Auburn were the kind of catches Williams is going to make a career in the NFL making; difficult, contested catches in traffic. If he's going to drop those then what is his purpose? He doesn't do anything else special. He doesn't offer a whole lot after the catch. His ability to stretch the field vertically is questionable. If he's going to be inconsistent with his speciality then what is the point?
I hear that. This was created though based off an SB conversation on which of the two in question people prefer.
No could be any scout or analyst lol. It's because they use a sample size bigger then 1 game.
You know what variance is in relation to sample size?
@Fry bases his opinion on Alternative Facts... that he made up on his own
My alternative facts are based on the championship game lol. Williams did gods work that game, he must play like that all the time.
Didn't catch the Auburn game so I don't count that.
Fry logic lmfao
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