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    Re: Who was YOUR top players from 2012?



    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Agreed. Gronkowski and Graham are really good but they've got Tom Brady and Drew Brees, two the best QB's in the biz.
    Gronk is a good blocker, but Graham can't block for shit. He's a big receiver more than a TE and the Saints used him as such.

    Davis is just as athletically gifted as Graham with just as much speed & hands AND he's one of the best blocking TE's in the game right now.
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    Re: Who was YOUR top players from 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Maybe, maybe not.

    I think Chad Henne beats out Gabbert.
    You think the Jags are going to throw in the towel on Gabbert? The closest comparison I can think of is Tennesse with Vince Young and Arizona with Matt Leinart, where a team benched a high pick after handing over the keys to them. But even then it took injuries for the teams to pull the trigger. And in both cases their replacements were proven players, Kerry Collins and Kurt Warner.

    I think Gabbert would have to not show any signs of improvement for the Jags to go with Henne over him.




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    Re: Who was YOUR top players from 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    You think the Jags are going to throw in the towel on Gabbert? The closest comparison I can think of is Tennesse with Vince Young and Arizona with Matt Leinart, where a team benched a high pick after handing over the keys to them. But even then it took injuries for the teams to pull the trigger. And in both cases their replacements were proven players, Kerry Collins and Kurt Warner.

    I think Gabbert would have to not show any signs of improvement for the Jags to go with Henne over him.
    I think they'll give him every opportunity to succeed, but he'll be on a short leash.

    Chad Henne has a better arm and isn't afraid to take a hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Fair enough.

    I think Vernon Davis is the best TE in the NFL right now. He's a hell of a blocker and is just as good of a receiver as Jimmy Graham and Gronk. I think Vernon could go to New England or New Orleans and put up numbers like Gronkowski and Graham.

    I don't have Jermichael Finley on my list because even though he's explosive as a receiver he's really not a good blocker at all and he drops a lot of passes that he shouldn't be dropping.
    I agree with Vernon Davis bc Gron had Brady and Davis had Hill. They are both great Te's but if I was a coach I would take Davis over any TE

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    Re: Who was YOUR top players from 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Gronk is a good blocker, but Graham can't block for shit. He's a big receiver more than a TE and the Saints used him as such.

    Davis is just as athletically gifted as Graham with just as much speed & hands AND he's one of the best blocking TE's in the game right now.
    I liek that someone brought blocking into the mix...

    If Vernon where 5 inches taller like Gronk, then he'd be the best, as well as the biggest matchup problem in football, but he's not. My nod goes to Gronk. Not only is he a stellar blocker, but he is the least cover-able player in all of football.




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