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WHICH of the following players will make the biggest difference to their new team thru the end of the regular season?

 

1.  Stephon Gilmore (Patriots to Panthers)

 

2.  Odell Beckham Jr  (Browns to Rams)

 

3.  DeSean Jackson  (to Rams)

 

4.  Von Miller (Broncos to Rams)

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I would say DeSean Jackson with the Raiders (not Rams).  Since Ruggs was released, I think Jackson will get more snaps.

 

OBJ hasn't shown much and I'll be surprised if he does.

I'll have to see the Rams improve before choosing Von Miller. 

Don't know much how Gilmore has been faring in Carolina. 

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I think DeSean Jackson has the best chance to make the difference to the Raiders.  With Ruggs gone - he'll definitely be the "long ball wideout".  

 

OBJ is done after this season.

 

Von Miller is a "we'll see".

 

Stephon Gilmore is another "we'll see".  

 

You can't just "plug and play" quality players - it takes time to learn a new team.

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