Maxx Williams extended

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  1. cardpa

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    I'd say slightly better then Gresham, same production from almost half the targets and significantly less snaps, 276 to 407, and better then Fells, snaps 276 to 213. Hard to quantify who has been the better blocker though.

    Williams first 10 games 13 targets 11-139-1TD ($805k Salary)
    Gresham First 10 games 23 tgs 11-160-1td ($3.1 million in 2015,)
    Fells Last 10 games 9tgs 6-107-0 ($600k 2016)
     
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    Very strong blocker, so I like this signing. However, we need a more athletic threat at TE to pair with Maxx. Basically what Clay used to be, and not his old version that immediately falls down when catching a pass with nobody near him. The 7th round pick Wilson was supposed to be that, but I guess he fell to the 7th for a reason, given that he couldn't beat out some really underwhelming competition (Clay, Daniels).
     
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    Very good blocker, and can catch MOST simple passes.

    Guy gets wide open for a reason.

    Only problem with this signing is the timing as he could not have had a worse play happen before signing tjis extension.

    For an offense that "don't need no tight end" it is good to see that this offense evovled to require an Anthony Becht type player.

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    I’m happy with this. He has proven solid if not spectacular and he has add a couple of pretty tough catches.
     
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    And missed a pretty simple open pass.

    But, since most on here seem to be happy with the signing, so am I. :shades:
     
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    I like the timing actually. One bad play does not make a bad player. Believing in your players and keeping perspective is what endears coaches to NFL players. Despite the sun ball, Maxx has earned this.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Like the extension. Finally an extension that’s not while a player is injured.

    a Shipley extension? Meh.
     
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    I like it, good signing

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    HAAAH. I was about to post the same thing and saw you posted it.
     
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