Gronk is the greatest weapon all time | Page 5

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  1. Jballer Black Belt

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    AB put up decent numbers with Landry Jones throwing to him.
     
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  2. rearnakedchoke Suck it!

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    Funny. Pats won it all last year without him.

    Love gronk. But brady is the best weapon ever.
     
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    weapon of mass stupidity.


    cant be greatest weapon with the IQ of a potato
     
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    Not best but best over a replacement. He gives you 500-800 yards ovet an average TE.
     
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    This is such a silly position. As far as the "it's money whenever he's targeted," Brady's completion percentage targeting Gronk is slightly lower than his overall percentage.

    Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Sterling Sharpe, Marvin Harrison, Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, AJ Green: these receivers were/are all much more important to their respective offenses than Gronk.
     
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    RB - Marshall Faulk
    WR - jerry rice, randy moss, megaton
     
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    You also have to consider the time period in which these guys (WR, QB, TE) are putting up their numbers. This season we had 8 QBs throw for 4000 yards!! We had 17 throw for 20 TDs or more! The defensive is basically very limited in how they cover a guy. It used to be line up and smash the football in the run game as the DBs could practically mug the WRs.

    20 years ago we had 0 QBs above 4000 yards and only 8 with 20 or more TDs. Most TEs rarely caught the ball 20 years ago. The game is just so different today with the rules and the gunslinging. Which makes Rice even more impressive IMO.

    If I had to pick 1 WR I think I'd go with Moss. As long as his head is screwed on straight (not like when he was sleep walking through his Oakland days) the guy was nearly unstoppable. 98 catches, nearly 1500 yards, 23 TD!
     
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