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| The moves made at WR have not done much to help our speed game and lack of size at the position so far. The King move was pretty much a checked all boxes due to his past time with the team but he will have to perform from day one which is why he was brought back something he has never done. Rudolph is a guy who could be a returner, slot or outside but his lack of size and speed will just always make him a high effort but limited athlete in all likelihood.
The Eagan move just seems like somewhat a duplication of the Rudolph move can Eli even get the ball to these smaller guys in our passing game presently? How will these guys perform with Eli since it's from today onwards they are all he has with very little time together in the past other than King. We needed speed and size but we got a little size with King but his speed is not going to put fear into many CB's especially as a primary WR.
One of these moves King I think most would say nothing much else could have been done since it's an emergency and he has been with the team before and thru his injured ankle preseason. I just don't see the other two moves as being something that will make this team much better this year or in the future. One guy I would have liked to see us sign was Robert Davis from the Skins PS young player but he fits the bill big, strong, speed and good upside. Our scouts did not have to do much homework on the three signings which is quite strange from the position this team was in.
Well crafted post....if even not one part of it were true.
Just an example - OBJ, Shepard and Cruz are all 5"11 or shorter as was Mario Manningham. Eli didn't have trouble getting them the ball
King is 6'1" and Rudolph is 6'0" with long arms. He still has Engram and his TEs.