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2 hours ago, Edo said:

Hey guys I don't know if it has be brought to you attention yet, but if we need a dominant TE, we could find it at the FA.
Austin Hooper, who made it to the Pro Bowl this year is FA at the end of the season. It could be a really good fit for us. 
What do you guyw think about it !?

 

I think a Pro Bowl appearance is one of the worst ways to judge talent, but I'd like Hooper on a value contract. 

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9 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

I think a Pro Bowl appearance is one of the worst ways to judge talent, but I'd like Hooper on a value contract. 

 

Being a Pro Bowler is a sign of being dominant isn't it ? 

On top of that he has good hands (75 REC / 787Yds / 6TDs) 
 

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22 minutes ago, Edo said:

 

Being a Pro Bowler is a sign of being dominant isn't it ? 

On top of that he has good hands (75 REC / 787Yds / 6TDs) 
 

 

Not really, given the voting system, the inflexibility around voting for positions, and the large number of alternates, it's not the most direct relationship to who are the "best" players. 

 

Not saying I don't rate him as a player to be clear.

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39 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Not really, given the voting system, the inflexibility around voting for positions, and the large number of alternates, it's not the most direct relationship to who are the "best" players. 

 

Not saying I don't rate him as a player to be clear.

I get what you mean.
 

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I think there is a good chance we try and get the kid from Purdue. They were following him around a lot and it seems he had good practices. I have no idea where he is expected to go. He also said he would love to play for the colts.

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On 1/25/2020 at 8:51 AM, Chloe6124 said:

I think there is a good chance we try and get the kid from Purdue. They were following him around a lot and it seems he had good practices. I have no idea where he is expected to go. He also said he would love to play for the colts.

I wouldn't mind him in 3rd.

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