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Thread: Hill knocked Revis on his butt?

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    Ha, that just cost Revis $2.346MM on his next contact.

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    Well.....

    Either this means that Darrelle Revis is slipping or it means that perhaps Stephen hill is single handedly redefining the WR position in the modern day NFL.




    ...Or not

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    I'm just saying that it's hard to understand what "Teams are to allowed to have contact drills" means. Maybe that's how you guys talk in Baaston, but down here that makes no sense.
    nah, just my 3rd grade ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsCrazey View Post
    Imagine the Tebow Wildcat package with 7 lineman and Hill and Cromartie at WR (two burners who beat almost any 1 on 1 coverage)

    It would force the defense to give safety help on both sides and put only 7 in the box while we have an extra blocker. Tebow throws a nice deep ball too.

    Advantage: Jets
    Tebow would scare no one in that set up as a passer. But I get your point and I too am pumped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsCrazey View Post
    Imagine the Tebow Wildcat package with 7 lineman and Hill and Cromartie at WR (two burners who beat almost any 1 on 1 coverage)

    It would force the defense to give safety help on both sides and put only 7 in the box while we have an extra blocker. Tebow throws a nice deep ball too.

    Advantage: Jets
    Other than a guy at qb who isn't an NFL qb, and a guy at wr who isn't an NFL wr, it's perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    Other than a guy at qb who isn't an NFL qb, and a guy at wr who isn't an NFL wr, it's perfect!
    lol

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Tackleem View Post
    Interesting tidbits from Rex's presser so far:

    -Stephen Hill apparently put Revis on his a$$ while blocking on a run play today.
    -All receivers and TEs were averaging 15+ yards per catch.
    -Cromartie might take some snaps at WR.
    Dear lord I hope not.

  8. #28
    Georgia Tech has a great reputation for turning out WR with those rare physical abilities. I also can't wait to see Hill in action.

    Scouts remember Hill as a true freshman he was supposedly the next big thing in that tradition. many casual fans never heard of but scouts have been watching him for years.

    doubt if Ocho could break 4.7 these days. whatever he ran at the combine, his salad days are long time ago.

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    Chad has had an unbelievable career. Hill is all potential. Comparing one to the other at this point is unfair to both of them.

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    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...-start-at-camp

    Jets rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill impressed coach Rex Ryan not so much with his impressive reception over cornerback Darrelle Revis, but with a block.

    "I saw a block and I saw a corner go down," Ryan said.

  11. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Chad has had an unbelievable career. Hill is all potential. Comparing one to the other at this point is unfair to both of them.
    Agreed. Also Chad's meal ticket was soccer player footwork and not speed.

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