Jalen Reagor v Deebo Samuel

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Jalen Reagor v Deebo Samuel

Postby teamclyde » Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:01 am

Looking into your chryst ball, what are your expectations for these two young receivers?

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Re: Jalen Reagor v Deebo Samuel

Postby Gator Sens » Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:07 am

Regor - should improve with a full offseason and time to learn the NFL game if he is fully healthy next year. Top 30 finish should not be out of the question and likely a low projection. Easy hold if you own him.

Samuel - Massive upside and could finish inside the top 20 with health on his side. Also an easy hold if you own him. Solid asset already.

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Re: Jalen Reagor v Deebo Samuel

Postby krtbuckeye » Sat Jan 16, 2021 8:01 pm

Reagor- The 2020 Eagles offense was a disaster all around. Injuries didn’t help early on, nor did the change from Wentz to Hurts later in the year. I think Reagor’s 2021 will look like what many expected from him in 2020. He should ascend to the WR3/4 range at minimum (barring injury) and continue to develop from there.

Samuel- I think Aiyuk and a healthy Deebo will be a nightmare in the NFL. I think that Aiyuk showed he could excel in both the role that Deebo filled in 2019, as well as, in a more traditional WR role. O think this limits Deebo’s fantasy floor more than anything. Of the 2, I would prefer to own Aiyuk given Deebo’s recent injuries, and his injury history coming into the league. I think Deebo could still be a WR2, but I’m far lower on him going into his 3rd year than I was going into his 2nd.
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