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  • #16
    I don't think Harrison is a possession receiver.

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    • #17
      T.J. Houshmanzadeh... no, not a homer remark.




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      • #18
        Originally posted by LbloodOjunkieG View Post
        I don't think Harrison is a possession receiver.
        Harrison is the epitome of a possession reciever.

        Quick, uncoverable route runner that doesn't drop anything and moves the chains.


        Keyshawn Johnson was one of the better possession recievers in the NFl up until he retired also.

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        • #19
          Boldin's impressive, catching 93.4% of the balls that hit him in the hands. Harrison catches over 95% the balls that hit him in the hands, and in 2005 he had only one drop.

          Out of those two, based on the catch percentage (catchable balls) I'd say Harrison has better hands, and is more reliable than Anquan.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Dream View Post
            Boldin's impressive, catching 93.4% of the balls that hit him in the hands. Harrison catches over 95% the balls that hit him in the hands, and in 2005 he had only one drop.

            Out of those two, based on the catch percentage (catchable balls) I'd say Harrison has better hands, and is more reliable than Anquan.
            Just curious where you get these stats, I'd like to see more of them for other receivers too is all.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by silkamilkamonic View Post
              Harrison is the epitome of a possession reciever.

              Quick, uncoverable route runner that doesn't drop anything and moves the chains.


              Keyshawn Johnson was one of the better possession recievers in the NFl up until he retired also.
              You might be right, but I consider Harrison a balanced receiver. Not only can Harrison be an excellent possession receiver, he can also burn you deep. The other man you mentioned, Keyshawn Johnson, I consider to be more of a possession reciever than Harrison. Just my opinion.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Lorcust View Post
                Just curious where you get these stats, I'd like to see more of them for other receivers too is all.
                Stats Inc., it was my little secret until people started challenging where I got my numbers from back in the ol' Lelie days and stuff like that. It doesn't give you those exact stats, but take the number of catches, divided by the number of catches + drops and you'll come up with the numbers I got for my percentages.

                It's pretty comprehensive, and I really like it a lot.

                Enjoy.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Dream View Post
                  Stats Inc., it was my little secret until people started challenging where I got my numbers from back in the ol' Lelie days and stuff like that. It doesn't give you those exact stats, but take the number of catches, divided by the number of catches + drops and you'll come up with the numbers I got for my percentages.

                  It's pretty comprehensive, and I really like it a lot.

                  Enjoy.
                  Thanks man, if only I didn't give you a CP for starting the noble "Release Nate Jackson" movement...

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