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Dev Panchwagh
analyst by night. Comics fanatic. I love , , any chicken dish known to man, and clever word play. Opinions are my own.
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Dev Panchwagh 2h
Baldy of course does a fantastic job with this analysis. But what stood out in these clips is Brown’s feel for finding the soft spots in the zone. He is slippery and knows how to gear down. His ability to make a difference on sit down routes and quick-hitters stands out.
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Dev Panchwagh 3h
Replying to @ChibsRSR
Huge hit, he’s one of the best up-and-coming players at his position
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Dev Panchwagh 9h
Eric DeCosta went all-in on speed, athleticism and pure playmaking ability when he targeted rookies Marquise Brown, Miles Boykin and Justice Hill. All three of these guys can create splash plays and will add explosiveness to the offense that we haven't seen from the .
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Dev Panchwagh 9h
Right, that's what makes him so unique. He can fly and get into those next gears along with those crazy cuts to set the DB up. It's like combining Amari Cooper's release moves with DeSean Jackson's acceleration.
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Dev Panchwagh 10h
Brown's top of the route release is just filthy. He's going to make a lot of DBs look silly when they try to dance with him.
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Dev Panchwagh 10h
Replying to @ThurmondPB
I think it would be a stretch to see him out there on the first few plays for the reasons you've given. But I do expect him and Boykin to play and rotate plenty. My overall point is that Snead and Moore have earned the starting jobs for now. The future is Hollywood though.
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Dev Panchwagh 13h
When the line up on their first offensive snap against the Dolphins, I expect the 2 starting WRs to be Chris Moore and Willie Snead. Snead is clearly going to swing inside and play the slot at times, but I also expect Andrews to line up wide for formation flexibility.
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Dev Panchwagh 13h
Congrats, Matt! You do an excellent job. Looking forward to reading your work.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 22
Love everything about ’s game this preseason. He’s a fierce tackler, displays terrific instincts, is truly going to be a weapon for Wink to deploy in sub packages.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 22
Goodness, is that Mark Andrews or Mark Bavaro?
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 22
This is where he needs to show up. Picking up the rush is as much about staying square, proper leverage and timing. Some of the smaller guys have been able to handle themselves in pass pro — Danny Woodhead comes to mind immediately.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 21
For sure, but I think still gets plenty of touches/involvement to be a very good No.2 RB in any fantasy format. Maybe he steers more towards flex status in PPR.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 21
I've seen fantasy football experts say that might not deliver the best returns because he won't be involved in the passing game. While Justice Hill certainly needs to play in passing situations, his pass pro is still questionable. Ingram will play plenty.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 21
Replying to @Dre116Andre
I liked Boykin a little better and actually had the Ravens taking him in a couple of the mock simulations I ran. But that doesn't mean I wasn't intrigued by Butler's raw talent. He's a monster who runs routes unlike other big receivers.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 21
Hakeem Butler’s latest setback (broken hand) keeps Miles Boykin out in front of the progress race. Not that Butler can’t catch up & certainly things can change in the future, but if you’re a fan, take stock in Boykin’s chance to contribute vs. Butler being shelved.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 20
Replying to @theDelorean85
He has the hips and athleticism to make it work.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 20
Very interesting, considering his skills lend more to the boundary. Would love to see him step up though because he has talent.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 20
One of the great draft choices in the last 5 years -- easily. Have to give Jerry props on taking a well-calculated risk by drafting Smith. He's only going to keep getting better.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 16
Replying to @BenjitoMiller
For sure, and this team always keeps everyone guessing.
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Dev Panchwagh Aug 16
Replying to @BenjitoMiller
Valid point.
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