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He'll be a very good pickup. Opposite Cruz, he'll get lots of targets. I think he's going to outplay Randle. Easily. Someone else mentioned other rookie WRs. Watkins is the best, Beckham is next. I saw Beckham and Evans play in person. Beckham is going to be much better. Runs better routes and has better hands than Evans. Beckham got better between his last two seasons at LSU, snatches the ball out of the air. Evans, not so much.
The best "work ethic" I've seen is a guy named Tebow. What's he doing these days?
That's a weak attempt at humor. Sorry, but I just don't see Beckham as being in the same class short or long term as Watkins, Evans or Cooks (and, for that matter, several others), but best of luck with your pick.
- 1 Reply to Ol' Blues
It's obvious that Tebow is not a good QB. He just don't have the talent or skills
to be one no matter how hard he work at it. But put that work ethic in the head
of talented WR like Beckham who obviously has superior skills at his position
is another story. so don't compare Tebow to Beckham.
The guy is worth a look at when you have retired Hall of Fame WRs comparing
him to a receiver like Reggie Wayne. Beside, Beckham is needed more in NY,
than Cooks is in NO.
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