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LAVISKA SHENAULT IS A BAD BAD BAD MAN

dwyermj

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I really wish he was on a good team
The checkdown, dink and dunk offense the Jags are running is going to get him lots of touches because he is good at that but they aren't good enough from a line/QB perspective I don't think to have the vertical passing game. He is so special because he can take a screen or a slant to the house, run power out of the backfield, or take the top off the defense. I think the Jags will be able to showcase 1 and 2, but in the NFL 3 is very well paid.

Once they got down yesterday they just didn't have the time to look downfield for anything.
 

RiverBuff

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Check out how #28 is slow to get up and seems stunned after Laviska and him collide at the end of the play. Laviska pops right up after being tackled by about four Dolphins:
 

SeanMSan

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If you're a DB, Viska is the type of guy you don't want to come up and hit. Big, strong, and physical.
not to mention that the kid doesn’t want to go down to the ground. Just seeing what Viska did to the Stanford kid last year, makes me think that getting getting drafted in round 2kind if put a chip on his shoulder...
 

Uncle Luko

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not to mention that the kid doesn’t want to go down to the ground. Just seeing what Viska did to the Stanford kid last year, makes me think that getting getting drafted in round 2kind if put a chip on his shoulder...
He can run too, forgot that part.
 

dwyermj

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4th highest rated rookie through 5 weeks according to PFF.

Shenault is coming off back-to-back strong showings against Cincinnati in Week 4 and then Houston in Week 5 that each ended in a PFF grade north of 80.0. He’s shown off his ability to plow through contact and shed tackles in those two games, with an NFL-high five broken tackles, the third-most yards after the catch per reception (8.4) and the fifth-most receiving yards after contact (31).
Overall on the season, Shenault has produced an 81.3 receiving grade that ranks 11th among 87 qualifying wide receivers. He has twice the amount of explosive 15-plus-yard receptions than any other receiver on his team (eight), despite having the lowest average depth of target by nearly two and a half yards (7.3). Shenault hasn’t had a breakout game like Jefferson or Claypool, but he is steadily putting up solid numbers and is still very much in the race for being the top rookie wide receiver of 2020.
 
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