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    With his height I can see him getting a lot of TDs from red zone targets. If he snatches the ball at it's highest point like a basketball rebound there's really nothing a DB can do to stop it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfish View Post
    With his height I can see him getting a lot of TDs from red zone targets. If he snatches the ball at it's highest point like a basketball rebound there's really nothing a DB can do to stop it.
    Joe showed during the Super Bowl run that he was really good at throwing those passes to Boldin. Let's hope he and Marlon develop the same connection.




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    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    People, while discussing Brown, are forgetting he's a ROOKIE. Shit like that happens, but he's showing promise. He's getting open and showing good football IQ
    He's already produced more than Torrey Smith did in his first 2 games his rookie year. Remember when Torrey Smith was a bust?




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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    He's already produced more than Torrey Smith did in his first 2 games his rookie year. Remember when Torrey Smith was a bust?
    Small sample size...Game 3, Torrey had 3 scores, over 150 receiving yards.
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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Either way, we all have to be happy Brown worked hard and showed up. Really with Jones going down, it's a blessing, and I for one hoping that he keeps working the ravens way, and take advantage of this opportunity. I gald to watch him and hopefully watch him get better and better.




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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Be nice to Mr. Brown. He gonna be around this league for a while.
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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Quote Originally Posted by Real Fan Dan View Post
    He has the same number of receptions as Brandon Stokely over 2 games.

    It's early yet folks. Here's to his continued development.
    Fair enough, but I believe 2 of those receptions were touchdowns for Brown.




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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Quote Originally Posted by bmore finest View Post
    ... Really with Jones going down, it's a blessing...
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  9. #33

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    The fact that hes scored some TDs seems to make up for some of his mistakes. Hes not going to score every game so i see criticism pointing his way once that happens. Hopefully he shows up big against the texans.
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    Re: Marlon Brown

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Small sample size...Game 3, Torrey had 3 scores, over 150 receiving yards.
    Truth

    Marlon has 2 scores 110 yards and 8 receptions thru game 2
    needs 1 40yd td to match Torrey yds and TDs at game 3.

    He is on a pace for 64 rec 880 yds and 16 TDs
    Torrey had 50 rec 841 yds and 7 TDs as a rookie. Edited, thanks iggyman555

    Actually this means nothing really, he has to produce it, but it will be fun watching, and we as fans are drooling over the hope of lightening in a bottle, and so far so good, we actually have a pre-season hype-ster who has carried it into the season (admittedly with a lot of help from Brynden Trawick)
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    So what do you guys feel like his ceiling is? Ultimate role? Im thinking if the can find a receiver in the first couple rounds if the 2014 Draft hat gets separation...a quick twitch guy that can get yac then him, Torrey, and Brown would compliment each other very well and be a formidable trio.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Carey View Post
    So what do you guys feel like his ceiling is? Ultimate role? Im thinking if the can find a receiver in the first couple rounds if the 2014 Draft hat gets separation...a quick twitch guy that can get yac then him, Torrey, and Brown would compliment each other very well and be a formidable trio.
    I'm hoping that, when healthy, Thompson fits that role. Slot guy that runs the crossing routes. I'm more concerned about getting a TE early. I know we'll have Pitta back, but we still need another good TE

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