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Old 02-24-2014, 08:42 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by Chiefshrink View Post
Precisely my point. This guy will make Welker look slow in acceleration back in Welker's prime but with actual top end speed Welker never had. Agreed he is not a dominant No.1 but I will take a Welker on ROIDs any day
The thing with Cooks if you watch his tape, is he doesn't "look" like a Welker or Amendola type, doesn't play like a Dante Hall or Az-Zahir-Hakim type. Those guys, Welker included, had a specific way they used their bodies and caught the ball at different points on the field.

Cooks, on the other hand, is like a mixed bag. When he's outside the hash, he uses his body and catches the ball similar to Julio Jones, despite the immense size difference, its actually quite refreshing to watch, and I'm huge on Julio. Across the middle though, he plays like a Wayne Chrebet, which is high praise there.

I think in the right system with the right coaching with the right scheme, this kid could be absolutely dynamite!
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