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Old 04-28-2014, 04:06 PM  
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#23 – Kansas City Chiefs – Brandin Cooks – WR – Oregon State

Andy Reid loves receivers who can run and few do it better in this 2014 NFL mock draft. Brandin Cooks doesn’t have much height to offer at 5’10″ but his speed, agility, hands and vision make him something the Kansas City Chiefs don’t have, and should want.


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Old 05-02-2014, 11:55 AM   #46
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I've settled in on Brandon Cooks. The dude has Gamer written all over him. He might be small, but he goes up and contests for the ball better than some of these bigger receivers like Moncrief. His hands are fantastic, he goes up and snatches the ball out of the air instead of waiting for it to come to him. He takes care of his body and goes down or out of bounds when he should and he seems to have great vision.

It's like watching a younger, faster Steve Smith. He looks like a polished vet receiver out there.
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Old 05-02-2014, 12:56 PM   #47
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I've settled in on Brandon Cooks. The dude has Gamer written all over him. He might be small, but he goes up and contests for the ball better than some of these bigger receivers like Moncrief. His hands are fantastic, he goes up and snatches the ball out of the air instead of waiting for it to come to him. He takes care of his body and goes down or out of bounds when he should and he seems to have great vision.

It's like watching a younger, faster Steve Smith. He looks like a polished vet receiver out there.
Careful. He can only be a slot receiver and never a #1.
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Old 05-02-2014, 01:56 PM   #48
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Hoffman's hands are shit compared to Landry's. No WR in this draft has better hands and is better at catching through contact than Landry is. That's why so many people rate him much higher than his tested numbers might indicate.
You know who had great hands?

Bobby Sippio.
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Where are you getting this "can't beat the press" crap, OldSchool? Cooks was double-teamed all freakin year once Markus Wheaton moved onto the pros. He led the nation in receiving yards and took 2nd in receptions.

And do I really have to say this again? He did that not as Brian Shay for Emporia State or even Run-and-shoot QB for SMU/Houston. He did it in a PRO STYLE offense for three consecutive seasons in the Pac 12.

I'm willing to bet Brandin Cooks ends up leaning heavily towards the Steve Smith/Wes Welker side of the short WR spectrum over the Dexter McCluster side
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Old 05-02-2014, 02:15 PM   #50
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There it is outright. A Steve Smith comparison.

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-pro-co...-Brandin-Cooks

Tell me those qualities don't appeal to what Alex Smith likes in a receiver? Using quickness to GET OPEN, superb accurate routes, and turning short screens into big plays
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Old 05-03-2014, 09:11 AM   #51
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Carr was not totally innocent BUT the Texans O-line during his tenure was damn near non-existent. And not becoming highly skittish year after year running for your life was highly unlikely for anyone. His confidence was ruined by the end of his 3rd yr IMO. By the time Kubiak got there Carr was done and he knew it and so did Kubiak.
Bad O-Lines give up 30-40 sacks.

When you get sacked 60 times or more, that's on you.

Carr could not read a defense.
He locked on to his primary receiver and he held onto the ball too long.

He was never going to be successful, and it had nothing to do with confidence, and everything to do with competence.
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