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How many drops did we have tonight?

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by OllieGator, Dec 31, 2020.

  1. ThomasD89

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    Yep, it was business decisions all around.
     
  2. TrueGator

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    Mucho.
     
  3. sqgator

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    Still confident of our WR group next year?
     
  4. RealGatorFan

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    Number 2 are the remaining receivers:)
     
  5. RealGatorFan

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    Well, they need a good off season to work as #1s, but Covid may be a challenge until the summer. Defenses across the country showed the affects of no practices more than the offenses so if we don't have a true spring workout, will that translate to zero growth? It didn't seem to affect Pitts, Toney, Grimes and Copeland much.
     
  6. gtr2x

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    Easier to be the back up than the starter.

    WR play was a huge disappointment, except for Whittemore and it didnt matter the QB. WRs couldnt catch anything. I think many fans have under valued just how good our NFL WRs have been the last few years.

    Hopefully, this was more about motivation and lack of concentration than talent. I find it hard to believe they could be as bad as they looked, especially guys like Shorter and Gamble that had more drops last night than they had the whole season. Henderson being MIA was also puzzling. Wells also had a drop but he could easily get a lot of playing time next year if he is coming back based on what I saw.