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Take a look at this table...

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PLAYER TEAM GAMES REC TARG YARDS YPC TD Justin

Blackmon							JAX							8							23							54							225							9.8							1											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/152660/michael-floyd"]Michael Floyd[/url]							ARI							9							18							36							207							11.5							1											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/152668/kendall-wright"]Kendall Wright[/url]							TEN							9							42							67							381							9.1							3											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/152685/a-j-jenkins"]A.J. Jenkins[/url]							SFX							0							0							0							0							0							0											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154864/brian-quick"]Brian Quick[/url]							STL							7							5							15							90							18							0											Stephen Hill							NYJ							6							14							32							196							17							3											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154874/alshon-jeffery"]Alshon Jeffery[/url]							CHI							5							14							23							184							13.1							2											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154892/rueben-randle"]Rueben Randle[/url]							NYG							9							9							18							154							17.1							0											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154897/devier-posey"]DeVier Posey[/url]							HOU							4							0							0							0							0							0											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154898/t-j-graham"]T.J. Graham[/url]							BUF							7							14							24							109							7.8							1											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154912/mohamed-sanu"]Mohamed Sanu[/url]							CIN							6							5							6							56							11.2							0											[url="http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/players/154920/t-y-hilton"]T.Y. Hilton[/url]							IND							7							24							44							355							14.8							
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These are all the WRs taken in the first three rounds in April. TY was the last one picked out of these guys, and he plays on an offense with a lot of weapons to take away from his targets, yet with exception to Kendall Wright, he's beating everybody. He's kicking Blackmon's DUI having butt.

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Well when I put it in the OP it was a nice, clean table graph. You hit 'Post' and it messes everything up. WTH?

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Well when I put it in the OP it was a nice, clean table graph. You hit 'Post' and it messes everything up. WTH?

Try using the "Code" button It's in between the insert picture & quote section.. It should help, but misaranged garbled data like that is one reason I use screen captured graphics...

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That's not fair to Alshon Jeffery he has been out since week 4 or 5 with a broke hand/finger. Jeffery would be ahead of Hilton if he wasn't hurt

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Lots of lots of things I didn't understand.

But that is pretty impressive that he kicking most of the WRs butts in the stats sheet.

Especially with Wayne, Avery, Fleener, and Allen.

I know, at one point, he was the only rookie receiver with a 100 yard receiving game.

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Try using the "Code" button It's in between the insert picture & quote section.. It should help, but misaranged garbled data like that is one reason I use screen captured graphics...

haha Well that fixes things. :)

I guess we just have to take my word on it. Hilton has 10 fewer targets than Blackmon and 100 more yards with 1 more TD.

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haha Well that fixes things. :)

I guess we just have to take my word on it. Hilton has 10 fewer targets than Blackmon and 100 more yards with 1 more TD.

Some things don't work as they should. I'll guess we can leave it at that.

Did you use your original source.?

Meaning did you copy and paste it from xyz. com, or did you copy the data from your first attempt at the post?

This table looks a little nicer :)

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Some things don't work as they should. I'll guess we can leave it at that.

Did you use your original source.?

Meaning did you copy and paste it from xyz. com, or did you copy the data from your first attempt at the post?

This table looks a little nicer :)

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Yeah I copied it straight from the source and when it was pasted it looked like it did on the website.

http://www.bigcatcountry.com/2012/11/6/3606002/jaguars-news-justin-blackmon-2012-rookie-wide-receiver-fantasy-football

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Yeah I copied it straight from the source and when it was pasted it looked like it did on the website.

http://www.bigcatcou...antasy-football

Interesting table....Fire Jim's looks like the one Brandon McKinney broke in the training room after you took him to McDonalds :)O.o:rollseyes::spit:
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Interesting table....Fire Jim's looks like the one Brandon McKinney broke in the training room after you took him to McDonalds :)O.o:rollseyes::spit:

TY would have had some serious numbers if the drops were down. A couple of drops were good long gains. Some injuries to others, but that is a nature of the NFL beast....and don't WE know it!!!!!

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That's not fair to Alshon Jeffery he has been out since week 4 or 5 with a broke hand/finger. Jeffery would be ahead of Hilton if he wasn't hurt

all's fair in love and player rankings :rulez:

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That's not fair to Alshon Jeffery he has been out since week 4 or 5 with a broke hand/finger. Jeffery would be ahead of Hilton if he wasn't hurt

He's played 2 less games than Hilton so they'd probably be pretty close in numbers.

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Sorry that your graph transfer didn't work Peytonator. It really blows when items get distorted in transfer. :wall: It's not always a pretty picture in the end...

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Should add to thise stats tomorrow night in Jacksonville. Hopefully he can hang onto the sure TD pass this time.

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Should add to thise stats tomorrow night in Jacksonville. Hopefully he can hang onto the sure TD pass this time.

Especially if Donnie Avery can't play.

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