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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Looks like Andrews has over taken not only Max but Hurst also. Itís evident on the field.





  2. #14

    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens4Real View Post
    Looks like Andrews has over taken not only Max but Hurst also. It’s evident on the field.
    called it. Andrews was my fav TE. he is not a SPARQ stud but he is smooth and clutch. he helped mayfield a lot at OU.

    this cat gonna be better than HH easily





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    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    called it. Andrews was my fav TE. he is not a SPARQ stud but he is smooth and clutch. he helped mayfield a lot at OU.

    this cat gonna be better than HH easily
    Baldy, I second that. IIRC Andrews had 22 TDs (7, 7, 8) in his last three years @ OK. The Ravens should develop him into an end-zone threat... Bc





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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    move goal posts much.
    ???

    I've been saying the same thing since March. Here's one example:

    03-16-2018, 10:55 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    Everybody always says that about the declining "name" player, because no one understands that the decline is real until it's so far gone that the player is barely a shadow of what he was.

    Crabtree is just like our usual formula of signing over-30, used-to-be productive "proven" receivers. Ryan Grant would have been a departure, signing a guy in his prime. Oh well.

    Maybe DaCosta will understand numbers better than Ozzie has.
    I'm not sure "move goals posts" means what you think it means.



    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    lets compare guaranteed monies lOL
    Now who's moving goalposts? I was talking about on-the-field productivity.





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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Andrews was my fav TE. he is not a SPARQ stud but he is smooth and clutch.
    Andrews and Thor were right next to each other on the SPARQ list:






  6. #18

    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    a whole lotta jags on offense
    Burn it down





  7. #19

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    how u comparing on field productivey over life of contract for 25 year old vs 30 LMAO





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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    Andrews and Thor were right next to each other on the SPARQ list:
    7th and 8th in this class LMAO
    one went in first round





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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    how u comparing on field productivey over life of contract for 25 year old vs 30 LMAO
    That's what Ozzie was doing. The 25yo was a better investment; and that was obvious. Yet this board cheered when we voided that contract and instead signed the 30yo.





  10. #22

    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    why not sign 21 year free agent LMAO





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    Re: Ravens pass catchers thru 9

    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    He's been out since sustaining an ankle injury mid-game in October. Expected back for their next game, I think?

    I still think, barring injury, that Grant will be more productive over the life of his contract than Crabtree will over the life of his.
    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    That's what Ozzie was doing. The 25yo was a better investment; and that was obvious. Yet this board cheered when we voided that contract and instead signed the 30yo.
    I could see you being right, just the contract we tried to give him made zero sense. it will be interesting to compared that later down the road. And of course you compare the 25 year old to the 30 year old, age is always a factor, as is talent, cost, etc.
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