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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?



    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post

    Lots of media folk weren't convinced that Torrey was up to the task of being the featured WR. I don't think it was much hate involved, just a lot of non-commits; even the locals.
    There were actually people who were mad they picked Torrey and not Titus Young.





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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    The TD's will come as Deonte gets going and takes some pressure off of him. He will have at least 10 TD's by the end of the regular season if he stays healthy.




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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    He is doing absolutely everything a #1 receiver does...
    Except catching TD passes. However, historically Keyshawn Johnson caught 100 balls but just one TD for the eventual Super Bowl winners - The 2001 Tampa Bay Bucs. Can history repeat itself? ... Bc




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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Except catching TD passes. However, historically Keyshawn Johnson caught 100 balls but just one TD for the eventual Super Bowl winners - The 2001 Tampa Bay Bucs. Can history repeat itself? ... Bc
    Calvin Johnson had 5 touchdown catches in the entire 2012 regular season while racking up 1964 receiving yards.

    The TD's will come.




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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Except catching TD passes. However, historically Keyshawn Johnson caught 100 balls but just one TD for the eventual Super Bowl winners - The 2001 Tampa Bay Bucs. Can history repeat itself? ... Bc
    Bc, I think the lack of TDs is a direct result of him being doubled and the fact that he runs a lot of underneath routes.


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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Bc, I think the lack of TDs is a direct result of him being doubled and the fact that he runs a lot of underneath routes.


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    IMO the lack of TDs has been a direct result of the lack of running threat. The PA bomb to Torrey is very hard to stop when the safety has to support for the run.
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    Re: Just how good is Torrey Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by goldenelite28 View Post
    IMO the lack of TDs has been a direct result of the lack of running threat. The PA bomb to Torrey is very hard to stop when the safety has to support for the run.
    No doubt about that.


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