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Old 05-04-2013   #34
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Default Re: Nfl Network:Top 100 players of 2013

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Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
After I have taken a step back and looked at the whole picture.I could see Jacoby at 88.
I don't see him as the 88th best player out of 1600ish players in the NFL. He had a great Super Bowl and that seems to be the only thing people are remembering. During the season, he caught 30 passes for 406 yards and a TD. He returned 37 punts and 38 kickoffs. He had 2 KR TDs and 1 PR TD. He had more punt return yardage 3 of the 5 years he was in Houston. He was one of the best kickoff return men in 2012, with the 4th best yardage total, best average, and 2 TDs. But his numbers weren't close to any of the great KR years we've seen from guys like Hester, Cribbs, Hall, or even Mathis' one All Pro year.

But even if you argue that he's the 88th best player, I'll let that slide, as long as you don't put Boldin at 93. That's ridiculous.
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