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Emory long ball to Tyrie

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by Diesel350z, May 15, 2018.

  1. Diesel350z

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    Hope to see a lot of this during the season.

     
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  2. Skink

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    That was awesome protection too! I'm feeling better and better about this season!

    Go Gators
     
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  3. ArtVandelay

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    Protection was mediocre at best.

    Tyrie likes it deep!

     
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  4. orangeblue_coop

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    Killa Tyrie, one of the best deep ball threats in America!
     
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  5. Bazza

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  6. garettk

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    wow
     
  7. Notoriousgator

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    He shook the DB so badly that I never saw him.
     
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  8. Bazza

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    Why is it yesterday the OP's vid was chopped off at the top and the one I posted was full length. This morning they are reversed?
     
  9. themistocles

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    Over the past 2 years, Cleveland has managed a grand total of 36 receptions and 4 TDs. People overestimate his contributions because a few are really spectacular, but he's far from the Gator's best receiver, especially now, with the addition of Jefferson, Grimes and Copeland.

    He is, however, very fast and relatively tall.
     
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  10. Skink

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    Cleveland also had the handicap of playing for an incompetent coach. The 3 you mention are ironically at an advantage of never playing a down under Mac or Muschamp. So....don’t write off Tyrie yet....
     
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  11. NOLAGATOR

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    Please,

    Let's take the last 7 years (at Offense) and file that in File 13 (Circular File). Our OL was Dieting on PBJs and lifting nothing heavier than Twinkies, the WR were running routes drawn in the sand, TEs were glorified OTs, only the K had great YouTube Vids (but the Coach never went for a record) and NORD was still coaching - It is NOW time to forget all that.

    A new Coaching Staff, A new Season, and a NEW ERA. PRAISE GOD:emoji_pray:
     
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  12. jhbyrd

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    His hamstring has held him back.
     
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  13. your_perfect_enemy

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    Unfortunately that was the case this spring as well. Hopefully this training staff can help
     
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  14. mcogator

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    So, how does that compare to our other WR production in that time period?
     
  15. StrangeGator

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    You would probably have to be watching practice to see that happen. I doubt Jones will get much PT.
     
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    Last year he was the 2nd leading receiver (22 recs, 410 yds, 2 TDs) behind Powell (42 recs, 406 yds, 3 TDS) - he led the team in rec yards. As a FR, he was 6th on the team in recs (14), 4th in yards (298), and had 2 TDs (Callaway and Goolsby led the team w/3 TDs each).

    He has NFL written all over him - tall and fast with good hands. Assuming VJ gets his waiver, Tyrie is going to have a great season. When's the last time we had 2+ pure outside WRs AND talent at the slot (Toney and perhaps Copeland or Massey). The question is - who's going to get them the ball?
     
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    Clara Belle has been spotted working out in hogtown. She had no spot in Michigan
     
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  18. Wanne15

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    We will see when we have a legit passing game
     
  19. themistocles

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    Middle of the pack, Unfortunately, I am unable to move a table over showing this but the following list has 2 year data for most receivers going from Top to Bottom regarding Receptions. Cleveland did have the highest average per catch at 19.7, while, curiously, Callaway, Hammond, Swain and Massey all averaged somewhat over 13 yds per reception and Toney only 10.1. All below are Averages for the 2 years (1 only for Callaway, Massey and Toney). He is at the top of remaining receivers, although Toney Got the ball more (44 carries) counting both Rushes and Receptions.
    Recs --- TDs --- Yds
    54.0 --- 3.0 --- 13.4 - Callaway
    43.5 --- 2.5 --- 09.1 - Powell
    25.5 --- 2.0 --- 08.8 - Goolsby
    18.0 --- 2.0 --- 19.7 - Cleveland
    16.0 --- 0.0 --- 13.2 - Hammond
    15.0 --- 0.0 --- 10.1 - Toney
    12.5 --- 1.5 --- 09,0 - Lewis
    11.0 --- 1.0 --- 13.5 - Massey
    08.0 --- 1.5 --- 13.4 - Swain