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All I know is he was the he NCAA’s all-time receptions leader and well most-likely be working out of the slot. So is he like a Welker type of player? I didn't even see the game to know how real this kid plays. All I know is I need a WR3 with WR2 upside.
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If that's what you need then he might be your guy.

When they threw him in there as Nate got taken out, he seemed to be nervous and lining up incorrectly. Stafford visibly yelled at him and pointed at where he wanted him to be.

Once he got going though he seemed to catch all of the targets I saw thrown to him, and with Calvin locked down he had single coverage and had it beat easily on the routes he had.

Stats say he caught 3 of his 5 targets. I'm pretty sure at least one was overthrown and uncatchable. Staff was really off and seemed to be affected by a bad hit sometime in the 3rd or 4th.

They drafted him to be the slot guy and replace Nate in a year or two. ACL tear delayed his debut, but cleary that timetable has moved up now.

QB play so far is the biggest deterrent at the moment. If Staff was on pace for 5k yards like last year this would be one of the top pickups no question, but he isn't so who knows?
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His name sounds like he should be playing Baseball.
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I think he will be awesome for PPR leagues. Calvin is getting double or triple teamed, Titus is gonna bolt towards the End Zone and Broyles is gonna catch everything that comes his way. My only fear is his knee, but the lions have been taking it easy on him so far.
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agame2323 wrote: All I know is I need a WR3 with WR2 upside.



Titus Young is your answer.
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I have him on my roster since the draft this summer in hopes he would show promise for my dynasty league next year. Now that he is getting the chance as long as he knee holds up I think he is Andrea #3 with tremendous upside for a #2.
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Broyles might be small buts hes quick with burst great catcher runs great routes and can play inside and out. A good player IMO.
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Titus Young is a WR3 with WR2 upside. He had a great training camp and he doesn't have Burleson to contend with for Stafford's leftovers.
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Ryan Broyles greatly parallels Demarco Murray.....same university, both had great production while there, both have some injuries holding them back. If you grab Broyles and get a few of the good games like Murray has put up it would be worth it IMO.
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I don't see anything different in him than I do every other mediocre Oklahoma wr to come into the league lately.
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That list is pretty short and I would say that Broyles easily is the most talented of them. It's not like they had a bunch of high profile WR's flop.
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greenhornet wrote:That list is pretty short and I would say that Broyles easily is the most talented of them. It's not like they had a bunch of high profile WR's flop.

The most talented part is where I disagree. Don't think he ever looked any better or worse than any of the others
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So Young is pretty much the better choice between the two? If so we can move on
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agame2323 wrote:So Young is pretty much the better choice between the two? If so we can move on

I don't think either are good choices
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Craphead wrote:
agame2323 wrote: All I know is I need a WR3 with WR2 upside.



Titus Young is your answer.


based on what....one game this week where he did ok, and a fluke TD week 3, he usually puts up 2 pts a game and thats in PPR. Yikes! Not saying he can't turn it around but you cannot have any faith starting him as a wr 3.

I left him on the waiver scraps and have used J. Gordon instead past 3 weeks. I even needed a 2nd wr as a bye and used Stephen Hill over Titus Young.

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