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6 minutes ago, Daqueef said:

Guys like Humphries are dime a dozen at a much cheaper price.


I wish that were true, but they’re actually far rarer than good outside receivers. 
 

I’m not talking about small white inside receivers either.

 

I mean slot receivers that can do what Humphries can so consistently. 
 

It’s why New England offered him more than we did. 

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2 minutes ago, tgo said:


I wish that were true, but they’re actually far rarer than good outside receivers. 
 

I’m not talking about small white inside receivers either.

 

I mean slot receivers that can do what Humphries can so consistently. 
 

It’s why New England offered him more than we did. 

 

Lol stop trolling. Humpheries has been anything but consistent since he got here. And why bring in race to the conversation? Maybe that's why your not so quick to criticize his ineffectiveness 🤔.

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5 hours ago, Daqueef said:

Dont you think its an idiotic move to throw all that money at some reciever that this offense doesnt  "utiliaze" him that much?

 

Or is that just an excuse why he hasnt performed up to his contract?

 

I agree. He had a real good game, probably the best since his KC game in the regular season last year.

 

But this signing has got to be the worst Jon Robinson has ever put together.

 

Or maybe I should just shut up and wait to see what he does this year since he is making 7M. Lets see how motivated he is.

Humphrey or Beasley?  Tough choice.

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Humpheries is 100% overpaid but it’s not by that much. He is important to this team and is good from the slot. He should be getting around $7 mil per year just like Cole Beasley. I wouldn’t be shocked if he restructures his contract after this year or is cut. 

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49 minutes ago, SleepingTitan said:

He's expensive, but he catches everything, always runs a good route, and seldom gets hurt. 

 

He's one of the big reasons that we don't panic when Davis pulls a hamstring, Brown bruises his knees etc etc 

 

Hahaha obvious troll. But now that you mention it the Titans have awful luck with receivers. Nate Washington is about the only one besides Derrick Mason who has been solid and durable.

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1 hour ago, SleepingTitan said:

He's expensive, but he catches everything, always runs a good route, and seldom gets hurt. 

 

He's one of the big reasons that we don't panic when Davis pulls a hamstring, Brown bruises his knees etc etc 

Hes caught 18 3rd downs so far.

 

You be the judge.

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Humphries is just such an odd choice for harsh criticism.   

 

Was he overpaid relative to his production last year?   Sure.    But as a slot WR in a TE-heavy offense, he only averaged about 30 snaps per game;   between the scheme and the playcalling, the team just didn't use a lot of 3-4WR sets.   To illustrate:    backup/blocking TE MyCole Pruitt played 439 snaps last year....Humphries played 375.

 

In 2019, Hump played 40+ snaps in three different games.    In those three games, he had 16 rec for 205 yards.   Last week he played 44 snaps and had 6 catches for 47 yards, including a couple of clutch 3rd down conversions.   When given the opportunity, he produces.  

 

I'm sure they envisioned giving him a lot more reps when they signed him;  it just didn't work out that way.     If he ends up getting only 25-30 snaps/game this year, they'll almost certainly part ways with him next offseason.   Not because he can't play, but because the offense went in a different direction than they anticipated when they brought him in.

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2 hours ago, nine said:

Humphries is just such an odd choice for harsh criticism.   

 

Was he overpaid relative to his production last year?   Sure.    But as a slot WR in a TE-heavy offense, he only averaged about 30 snaps per game;   between the scheme and the playcalling, the team just didn't use a lot of 3-4WR sets.   To illustrate:    backup/blocking TE MyCole Pruitt played 439 snaps last year....Humphries played 375.

 

In 2019, Hump played 40+ snaps in three games.    In those three games, he had 16 rec for 205 yards.   Last week he played 44 snaps and had 6 catches for 47 yards, including a couple of clutch 3rd down conversions.   When given the opportunity, he produces.  

 

I'm sure they envisioned giving him a lot more reps when the signed him;  it just didn't work out that way.     If he ends up getting only 25-30 snaps/game this year, they'll almost certainly part ways with him next offseason.   Not because he can't play, but because the offense went in a different direction than they anticipated when they brought him in.

This kind of goes without saying but they need to figure out a way to have AJ, Humph, and CD out there at the same time. Whether that's with a TE and a RB or with a RB and an H back. But it needs to be a formation we roll out like 15-20 times a game.  

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1 hour ago, StephenIsLegend said:

This take is coming from the dude who said Nate Washington was the best FA acquisition. 

I'm convinced this clown doesn't watch the games at all, doesn't know what he is watching.  Could be both.  Moulds was washed up and did nothing.  Not sure how anyone who watched that guy for the Titans could claim otherwise.

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