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I loved what i saw out of lavon brazill, i honestly believe he is better than donnie avery. He is just as fast, and he has better hands and can take big hits , and still hold on to the ball. Donnie avery is okay, he is really fast, but can't hold on to the ball after taking a hit, he is fragile. the colts should put brazill in the game more to get experience.

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Wasn't it Brazill that Dropped that Sideline Pass that Andrew threw so Beautifully on Sunday?? I think that was him

I like Brazill too, but like Hilton.... the Consistency is what scares me. The talent & potential is there, but the consistency is shaky. Hopefully that's something they work on & Reggie can help them with

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To me they're the exact same player. Brazill has also shown a case of dropsies on some easy passes as well. Stick with the veteran....for now..

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I think we need to start utilizing him and Hilton's speed more, with quick screens n bubble screens. When the run game isn't goin well they can work just as well as handoffs, Especially with their speed

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He has his moments. We have to remember he's a late round rookie. They hardly ever contribute their first year. Garçon pretty much sat his first year.

If he and TY continue to develop, we probably won't re-sign Avery.

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Brazil will be a future stud for us.

Right now Avery is playing well enough.

I like Avery more because he and T.Y. can stretch the field with their speed.

Although if Avery did go down, I wouldn't mind seeing Brazil out there catching passes.

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He's coming along honestly all the receivers in this class (including the tightends) are looking very good for rookies. I look forward to watching them grow up with Luck.

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Brazill has his ups and downs. He's bailed us out on a few plays that they've used him, but he's probably helped kill some drives to with the drops he's had. He's doing fine for a rookie though.

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I think we would like Brazill a lot more if we saw more of him, he makes the most of his chances when he is in. People are making it sound like he drops a ton of passes. I would like to see more of him.

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..all these guys are going to get better just watching Reggie Wayne.......

....We'll see a lot of Brazill Sunday if we throw as much as I think we will.

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Brazill has his ups and downs. He's bailed us out on a few plays that they've used him, but he's probably helped kill some drives to with the drops he's had. He's doing fine for a rookie though.

The entire WR corps is playing great

I think we would like Brazill a lot more if we saw more of him, he makes the most of his chances when he is in. People are making it sound like he drops a ton of passes. I would like to see more of him.

Well the Reality of it is, everyone drops passes. Even Wayne dropped a few when we played the Jags a few Thursday ago. I just look at when you Drop the Pass. If it's 3rd & we need a 1st & you drop it... I'll be upset. But on a 2 & 1 if you drop a quick slant, it's not that bad cause you have 3rd & 1 coming up.

So to me, it all just depends on when you drop it. Of course I wish we never dropped passes, but that's not possible unfortunately

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brazil goes across the middle more avery does alot of deep routes. i think avery,hilton,and brazil will be great together for years especially after wayne retires.

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brazil goes across the middle more avery does alot of deep routes. i think avery,hilton,and brazil will be great together for years especially after wayne retires.

I'd like to see a bigger wideout for our future number 1, but all three of those guys can take the top off a defense.. and like someone said, every year working with Reggie will give them advance degrees in the fundamentals... Nate Palmer also has insane speed... I don't see WR as a big need for 2013, even without Collie and Whalen..

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Brazill also has shown a poor command of the offense. He's run multiple incorrect routes as I recall, aside from the drops.

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Brazill also has shown a poor command of the offense. He's run multiple incorrect routes as I recall, aside from the drops.

He's a rookie, and gets minimal playing time.

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brazil goes across the middle more avery does alot of deep routes. i think avery,hilton,and brazil will be great together for years especially after wayne retires.

So Avery will be brought back

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