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BSL: Is Marlon Brown's roster spot safe?


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#21 BSLGabeFerguson

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 03:07 PM

Torrey Smith had a far greater impact as a rookie than Marlon. He was a legitimate deep threat from the start.

Brown may have better hands and his size is a bonus, but in no way was his rookie year better than Torrey's.

Marlon's upside is as a #3 WR imo. I think he may be able to do well in the slot kind of like a poor man's Marques Colston.

I doubt he gets many snaps this coming year though unless one of the starters gets hurt.
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Posted 20 June 2014 - 04:02 PM

Torrey Smith had a far greater impact as a rookie than Marlon. He was a legitimate deep threat from the start.

Brown may have better hands and his size is a bonus, but in no way was his rookie year better than Torrey's.

Marlon's upside is as a #3 WR imo. I think he may be able to do well in the slot kind of like a poor man's Marques Colston.

I doubt he gets many snaps this coming year though unless one of the starters gets hurt.

Agreed. I was thinking this today, and I may have even said this before, I would bet someone even money straight up that Marlon Brown's rookie year will be the best year of his career. At least, statistically. 50, 600 yrds and 6 TDS . That's what a #3 WR does on most teams.






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