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Because he always drops it.
Sadly, the problems in Nebraska are in the coaching offices and the fans that sit in the seats and defend them.
Because he caught the first 2 passes to him?
They have his cut hand padded up pretty good
I didnt see the play but his hand was split wide open in the webbing between his thumb and forefinger two weeks ago
Not sure how many balls he has caught in practice
I would never questiion his heart though
he always been known to drop a few but I think his hand injury is not helping him either.
Tends to drop the easy ones
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
3 catches on this drive for Julio.
Lol at this thread
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But he'll catch those.
As AJ green scores too.
Op feels stupid
LOL at that catch
9 catches 65 yards 1TD
10 catches 95 yards 1 TD
LOL OP FAIL.
My team is 5-0, dont care. First time in their history.
Julio is damn good. AJ Green is better.
No, no it's not.
AJ Green is putting up better numbers with a worse QB, no other guys around him taking away coverage, and doesn't drop passes nearly as often has Julio.
People who think it's debatable care more about flash plays than skill ones. Green is more consistent and is just better.
Umm ok well like you said, there's no one around AJ meaning he's their go to guy unlike Julio and the Falcons who have two other receivers that are threats as well as a decent running game therefore they spread the ball around more. Not a completely fair comparison no matter how you look at it.
This post was edited by Red Goodman 21 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Apples and Oranges
Julio is splitting his stats with Roddy White, Tony Gonzales and the Running backs
He can do things AJ cant IMO and he is still somewhat raw
This post was edited by BlemBlam3 21 months ago
Is that because AJ is their only weapon? Julio gotta share catches with 2 other pro bowlers.
both are damn good
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
Yes they are
My take on it is that AJ came in more ready, more polished and more consistant
He played in a better offense in college and got more work done
But Julio has more upside, or a higher ceiling or whatever you want to call it
He is still just figuring it out, and when he does, he is going to blow peoples minds
Both players are wonderful and it just a matter of preference at this point IMO
I have no dog in this fight, I live in Athens so I was aware if AJ more
I never looked at him as a freshman and thought he was ready, PHYSICLLY to play in the NFL, but that was the first thing I thought of when I saw Julio in that first game against Clemson
It is going to be fun watching both of them develop, because they are both potential Hall of Fame players
I believe AJ will eventually leave Cincy though, because I have heard he doesnt really love it there
It is where careers go to die
cool, I live in Walton Co. not that far away.
Don't you think it helps JJ out that he has many other players on his team that opposing D's have to account for where AJ is the only man oh his team? That is my only thing. Both are awesome and would take either.
I work in Walton County
Or the company I work for is based there
You make good points
I just had a problem with someone making a blanket statement that AJ is better
I would have had the same problem with someone saying the same about Julio
cool shit bro
would be a great idea to meet up at Hail Mary, I'm not a huge drinker so your bill won't be that much
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