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who has the better year? my money would be on Paris due to him having Luck to throw passes to him. Although i do realized that Hollywood brown is just as fast i'm not really sold on Lamar Jackson yet and honestly i dont think he will give brown the same receiving yards he had with Murry.

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I truly believe Campbell has better potential and will hold up longer in the NFL due to his size over Brown. 

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Any other team (or maybe BUF too) and I would say Brown...but I just don't know what to make of BAL's passing game. I loved the Campbell pick...but Brown is an asbsolute stud...hopefully he can get past hte Lisfranc issue.

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I’ll go with the WR that has a QB that is actually going to throw the ball.

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1 hour ago, Defjamz26 said:

I’ll go with the WR that has a QB that is actually going to throw the ball.

Its not that Luck will throw the ball, he actually CAN throw the ball too. I wouldn't be surprised if theres talk of Lamar being benched at some point next season. Lamar is a hell of an athlete but even Michael Vick was a somewhat decent passer. Lamar is just terrible. Once NFL defenses figure out hes a 1 trick pony and stack the box against him every game hes done.

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Considering the foot injury Brown has.... and the array of weapons in our offense, I would project Campbell to have the better season.

 

Reich made no secret of his desire for us to land Paris in the Draft.... and he’s sure to use him accordingly. 

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I wonder the response to this question in Baltimore. Guessing it might a touch different. 

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7 hours ago, RockThatBlue said:

Michael Vick was a somewhat decent passer. 

 

Vick was an excellent deep ball passer.  

 

Lamar needs a few years of seasoning.  He could be special but it is going to take time and hopefully he doesn’t get injured running during that.  

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This question also depends on the QB who throws it to them. Luck is just simply better than Lamar is so that is another reason why Campbell will have the better year IMO.

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I think Hollywood is the better player today easily, but Campbell is healthier and in a better situation. 

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9 hours ago, RockThatBlue said:

Its not that Luck will throw the ball, he actually CAN throw the ball too. I wouldn't be surprised if theres talk of Lamar being benched at some point next season. Lamar is a hell of an athlete but even Michael Vick was a somewhat decent passer. Lamar is just terrible. Once NFL defenses figure out hes a 1 trick pony and stack the box against him every game hes done.

Lamar got exposed like crazy during that Wild Card game.

 

And I was just eating my popcorn loving every single bit of it.

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31 minutes ago, ManningGM said:

Lamar got exposed like crazy during that Wild Card game.

 

And I was just eating my popcorn loving every single bit of it.

It'll be interesting to see how he responds this season... he showed a pulse later in the WC game which was too little-too late... as Harbaugh rode him, in spite of being questioned as to why he didn't pull him for Flacco.

 

A healthy Brown could certainly help Jackson.... but I still see Parris Campbell having more impact in our offense this season.

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12 hours ago, pacolts56 said:

Reich made no secret of his desire for us to land Paris in the Draft.... and he’s sure to use him accordingly. 

This. Absolutely this.

 

It was very clear that they targeted their first four picks in the sequence they were selected based on the very candid and impromptu celebration.

 

In fact, if you rewatch that video you will hear Hollywood Brown's name called when they're discussing the Redskins trade and there were no groans nor any eyes batted in dismay......

 

They had their plan and seemingly followed it all the way through.

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I think Campbell is in a way better situation and could be our future #1.  However, for some reason I like Lamar Jackson and I hope the kid has a good career.  Colin Cowherd does make a great point when he emphasizes inaccurate college QBs don’t transition to the pros.  I think Jackson won’t be able to overcome his throwing deficiencies but will be lights out on the ground.  It’s fun to watch so will enjoy the next 2-3 yrs until someone lays him out for good. Sadly, it’s kind of inevitable 

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We will see if Browns size causes him to be injury prone. He will need to take a lesson from Hilton and get down instead of taking a lot of hits. Campbell is pretty big and thick. His speed  is so rare with somebody his size. It’s going to be fun to watch him develop.

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I am still surprised Paris was available where Indy picked him.  My favorite pick for sure.

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