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04 Apr 2013
Nick Whalen examines 12-15 games each of Cordarrelle Patterson, Tavon Austin, and Robert Woods to profile how elusive each receiver is in each phase of football.
Posted by: Matt Waldman on 04 Apr 2013
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05 Apr 2013, 5:07am by
Keenan Allen was too elusive for this article.
I'm curious about Matt's take on this in terms of which player's yards after catch skill set best translates to the NFL?
Will Austin's speed elusiveness still be effective in the NFL, or will it no longer be with faster NFL defenders?
Will Patterson's wider array of moves, and better power, still translate with better and stronger NFL defenders?
Eli Manning and his severely depleted offensive line should give Giants fans plenty to worry about these days.
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