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    DeAndre Hopkins is who we thought he was...

    183 yards, 12 catches, game winning td catch, 4 catches over 20 yards. I wanted this guy bad in the draft, too bad things did not align properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    183 yards, 12 catches, game winning td catch, 4 catches over 20 yards. I wanted this guy bad in the draft, too bad things did not align properly.
    Me too (for the Pats). I thought it was hilarious how many mocks had Keenan Allen going higher.

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    If you want to see a receiver catch the ball with his hands, watch Hopkins. He uses his hands as good as anyone. Runs great routes, uses his hands and fights for the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFCEastFan View Post
    Me too (for the Pats). I thought it was hilarious how many mocks had Keenan Allen going higher.
    Brady would make Hopkins a Pro Bowler this year. Huge upgrade over Thompkins and Dobson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Brady would make Hopkins a Pro Bowler this year. Huge upgrade over Thompkins and Dobson.
    Agreed. Hopkins is a stud. He will be a very popular waiver wire pickup in fantasy leagues this week.

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    I think many people here wanted him, but the way the draft unfolded he was just not in the cards for us. Hopefully we use our 1st rounder next year on a playmaker.

    look at the wideouts they have now......one can only dream.

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    Hopkins and Allen are different types of a receivers. Personally I think Allen will have a better career. He attacks the ball. Reminds me of Michael Irvin.

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