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Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby StudentOfTheGame » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:07 am

I have a really good feeling about this guy. Witht he departure of Stallworth and a healthy Mcnabb, I think this could be a very productive year for him.

Take a look at his numbers in games Stallworth was out with injury last year

week 3: 5 catches 106 yards
week 5: 4 catches 79 yards 1 TD
week 6: 6 catches 121 yards 1 TD
week 7: 4 catches 77 yards 1 TD

Not bad for a second year player....His numbers fell off quite a bit with Garcia throwing, but I feel like Mcnabb and Reid's offensive system are going to turn this guy in to a fantasy stud.

73 catches 1200 yards 10 TDs

Anyone else this high on him or any reasons to be cautious about him? He's my number 2 WR on most teams, but I feel like if i need him to produce WR 1 numbers, he will.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby maddog60 » Thu Jul 26, 2007 5:40 am

Any WR who is #1 in that offense has the potential to go top 10 in WRs. Personally, I think he'll finish somewhere around 15th overall.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby shaba » Thu Jul 26, 2007 8:13 am

Hard to say w/ the arrival of Cutis who has some speed but isnt the best in getting off the line. Curtis has always been solid but has been shadowed behind Holt & Bruce. He or Reggie Could put up nice stats. If Mcnabb finds love w/ Cutis as he did Stallworth it could hurt Browns #'s. And you still have Baskett & G. Lewis to steal some reps & LJ Smith playing in his contract year.

I wouls project him as a low end #2 @ this point. ID say 940 yards & 7-8 TD's.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby knapplc » Thu Jul 26, 2007 8:48 am

I like Reggie's potential this year. Kurtis is no better than a WR2 in any system, but he may draw enough attention that Brown isn't overwhelmed with defenders. Reggie is good and could develop into a threat, especially with a healthy DMac throwing him the ball.

He is a definite Sleeper Candidate this year. That's why I already have him on two teams. ;-D
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby m16a » Thu Jul 26, 2007 8:59 am

I'm a homer :-b But I have been high on him from the start. I've always liked the guy. Not extremely talented in one particular way but is a great all around receiver. In this year and the years to come I think he will produce solid WR1 numbers. I would say closer to 68 catches, 1100yds, and maybe 6-8 TDs.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby sublimeandy » Thu Jul 26, 2007 10:05 am

i think he will end the year in the top 10 or very close to it. i like him as a wr2 with tons of upside.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby Azrael » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:09 pm

I'll just say for where you are getting him in drafts, 5th-6th round, he'll be well worth it.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby moochman » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:18 pm

I thought Brown was ready then the Iggles brought in T.O., the next season they bring in Stallworth. I cannot see Curtis being enough of a threat to take the feature WR role from Brown this year. And I think that after two seasons waiting he will be ready to grab the brass rings and fly.
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby stomperrob » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:23 pm

With Philly's system and a healthy McNabb, he should produce respectable numbers. ;-D
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Re: Will Reggie Brown produce WR1 numbers

Postby Dan Lambskin » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:50 pm

55 catches, 900 yards, 6 TD's = meh.

he'll be a decent #2 or good #3 WR
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