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Thread: The Key Stat for Quincy Enunwa in Week 1

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    The Key Stat for Quincy Enunwa in Week 1

    NO DROPPED PASSES

    Seven catchable balls and he hauled in all seven, and made it look easy.

    I have been saying it all off season, heck, going back to last year, if this kid gets on the Jugs and improves his hands, the sky is the limit. The kid is a physical mismatch, the size and strength to overpower DB's, and the speed to blow past linebackers like they are standing still. His one flaw that was holding him back was catching the football. If he gets that fixed, he could be amongst the elite #3 WR's in the league, with a ceiling to takeover for Brandon Marshall when he retires.

    Idzik threw away most of his draft picks, but he got this one right.

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    No, no, you don't understand Hammer.

    Q was a huge part of the problem because he took targets away from Marshall & Decker!

    We should make both him & Forte inactive for Thursday, it's our only chance.

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    Marshall was playing like he was ready to start his full time playing career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham View Post

    NO DROPPED PASSES

    Seven catchable balls and he hauled in all seven, and made it look easy.
    ONCE AGAIN, NO DROPS

    This time it was six catchable passes and he hauled in all six, and made it look easy.

    A lot of us knew this kid had a huge upside if he could improve his hands, and so far it looks like he has, 13 for 13, and the results are terrific.

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    that 3rd and 10 catch early, turned the game... it was huge , as was his next 3 ... tight coverage on each but he out fought the DB

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    He looks like anquan boldin with his physicality. It looks like he has really taken a leap in his game. Even his blocking sprung free some nice runs. Kudos to the coaching staff for seeing something in this kid immediately last year and tossing Kerley aside. I was skeptical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham View Post
    NO DROPPED PASSES

    Seven catchable balls and he hauled in all seven, and made it look easy.

    I have been saying it all off season, heck, going back to last year, if this kid gets on the Jugs and improves his hands, the sky is the limit. The kid is a physical mismatch, the size and strength to overpower DB's, and the speed to blow past linebackers like they are standing still. His one flaw that was holding him back was catching the football. If he gets that fixed, he could be amongst the elite #3 WR's in the league, with a ceiling to takeover for Brandon Marshall when he retires.

    Idzik threw away most of his draft picks, but he got this one right.
    A couple of those were STELLAR GRABS.

    EDIT: My bad, this was your post from Sunday.

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    He's very powerful, strong as an ox.
    Ain't nobody better mess with the fine feathered figaro!

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    Good comparison, only thing Idzik did right in 2 years.

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    He's coming along nicely.

    A nice #3 option.

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