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Old 01-08-2013, 05:06 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud View Post
Why is Maclin not worth a pick? Well, for one, he put up similar numbers in Philly to that of Steve Breaston (before 2012), with FAR shittier quarterbacks.

Why in the ****ing world would you want to give up a high pick for a guy that gets like 700-900 yards? That's ridiculous.
His skills.

Granted, I'm a Mizzou fan, but do you remember Maclin in college and coming out? He was as electric as anyone out there. Those skills haven't deteriorated. He's still incredibly explosive in and out of his cuts and can get behind most secondaries.

I honestly think his problem in Philly is DeSean Jackson. They have Jackson running the routes that Maclin would be best at and they have Maclin running the patterns that you want someone like Bowe running. I think Maclin alongside Bowe would be one of the best #2 WRs in football and would provide a huge boost to everyone on the offense by spreading the field.

Bailey is not more physically gifted than Maclin - he just isn't. So I see nothing to suggest that Bailey would be better than Maclin at this level other than the unknown which captivates us every draft season.
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