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Cordarrelle Patterson

Posted: 2/16/2013 1:02 PM

Cordarrelle Patterson 


I think he would be a solid number two receiver for us and when Steve smith retires he can step into the number one slot. Has great size and speed. Is incredible after the catch. Put up great numbers at Tennessee. Here is a highlight film of him. I think we should go after him hard come the draft

m.youtube.com/watch?v=RjxkQXlCAfE
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Posted: 2/16/2013 1:09 PM

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I agree. If you look at the division we have a glaring disparity between our #1 WR and our #2 WR versus the other teams.

I know everyone wants us to address the o-line, d-line, safety etc. I whole heartily agree with that but whats the one thing that can make a team competitive despite deficiencies? WR!

Getting Kalil back will improve our offensive line, and we should add pieces to it but not the first pick. It's time address WR, we can't put it off anymore. If Smith goes down we having nothing at WR. Getting a guy like Patterson will stretch the field and let Smith play some consistent one on one which he should dominate at in the slot. This also benefits LaFell's coverage. Patterson can take our offense from competitive potential to over the top scary.
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Posted: 2/16/2013 3:06 PM

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Posted: 2/16/2013 7:25 PM

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He should have a chip on his shoulder with a first name like that. We've had luck with a WR coming out of a JR. College (remember Steve Smith went to one, and also Cam did too)

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Posted: 2/18/2013 1:26 PM

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Gettleman knows how to pick WR's too.  It would certainly make a splash locally and reinstill some excitement.  Why not...
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Posted: 2/18/2013 10:56 PM

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One thing to consider is that he's not the brightest or most polished player in the world. My good buddy is a UT nut, and he talks about how Tyler Bray was forced to improvise a lot because of Patterson, who ran the wrong route numerous times. 

No doubt he's a specimen though. Turns any regular catch into what looks like a punt return. We could use someone like that.
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Posted: 2/19/2013 6:00 AM

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this is very true but he still was very good & with our coachs we can teach him
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Posted: 2/19/2013 8:05 AM

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Lurking wrote: One thing to consider is that he's not the brightest or most polished player in the world. My good buddy is a UT nut, and he talks about how Tyler Bray was forced to improvise a lot because of Patterson, who ran the wrong route numerous times. 

I haven't seen any clips of this guy, but sounds like Dwaynne Jarrett ver 2 (not running correct routes and such).
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Posted: 2/19/2013 11:47 AM

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Much better athlete than Dwayne Jarrett, although I'm not sure he is worthy of a top-15 pick
CANAPANTHERFAN wrote:
Lurking wrote: One thing to consider is that he's not the brightest or most polished player in the world. My good buddy is a UT nut, and he talks about how Tyler Bray was forced to improvise a lot because of Patterson, who ran the wrong route numerous times. 

I haven't seen any clips of this guy, but sounds like Dwaynne Jarrett ver 2 (not running correct routes and such).

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Posted: 2/19/2013 5:54 PM

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CANAPANTHERFAN wrote:
Lurking wrote: One thing to consider is that he's not the brightest or most polished player in the world. My good buddy is a UT nut, and he talks about how Tyler Bray was forced to improvise a lot because of Patterson, who ran the wrong route numerous times. 

I haven't seen any clips of this guy, but sounds like Dwaynne Jarrett ver 2 (not running correct routes and such).
watch clips he was only at Tenn for 1 yr
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Posted: 2/19/2013 7:28 PM

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There was a guy from my high school who was invited to Denver Broncos camp as a RB. He didn't make it through camp, rumor had it he had the talent, but didn't have the brains to learn the playbook. 

Ya gotta have brains also to play in the NFL, so if this guy can't run the correct routes (from an earlier post) then I say PASS.
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Posted: 2/19/2013 7:59 PM

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I think Mayock has him as the top WR, so that tells me a lot.

I'm not interested in a 2, I want a 1.

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Posted: 2/19/2013 9:36 PM

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i agree we need a number 1 WR Lafell is ok at 2 & he's entering his contract yr & Smith likely only has 2 yrs left so we need a number 1 WR & yea I think Patterson can fill that roll Now as for his Route running There is more to the story than just him Tn QB Bray lacked major leadership & he got into a fair amount of trouble while at Tn & Cordarrelle Patterson's HC at Tenn is now the WR coach for Dallas so Cana do a little research on him before you compare him to Mr lazy Jarrett
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Posted: 2/19/2013 9:39 PM

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STRENGTHS: Patterson has a solidly-built frame with good height and length. He is a fluid athlete with good initial burst and strength to release to the inside and gain separation in single coverage. Patterson knows how to create with excellent vision, controlled footwork and speed, showing excellent change of direction and a strong plant foot to make elusive, sharp cuts.
He has a natural feel with the ball in his hands, making defenders miss with quickness to weave through defenses. Patterson is tough, confident ballcarrier and runs with the belief that no one can tackle him, powering through arm tackles and allowing defenders to slide off of him.

He has very good strength for the position to use his body, box out defenders and make contested grabs, out-muscling defensive backs. Patterson has quick hands and natural adjustment skills to make impressive catches on off-target throws. His coaches rave about his football intelligence and his competitive nature, playing focused and fiery.

Patterson has been extremely productive at both the JUCO level and Tennessee, setting over a dozen school records at Hutchinson C.C. including career receptions (113), career receiving yards (1,832) and career total touchdowns (36). He was also productive in track at the JUCO level with a 10.33 100-meter dash and 22' long jump.

Patterson finished second on the team in receiving in 2012 and set a new Tennessee record for all-purpose yards (1,858), leading the team with 10 touchdowns (5 receiving, 3 rushing, 1 punt return and 1 kick return).

WEAKNESSES: Patterson is still developing as a route-runner and will tip his patterns at times. He is a natural hands-catcher, but will have some concentration lapses and drop some easy ones, running before securing the reception.

Patterson needs to scale back his physicality downfield, often extending his arms downfield against tight coverage and getting away with some push-offs. He has a bad habit of stopping his feet when running room isn't there, always searching for the home run instead of taking what's there.

Patterson has made some mistakes on punt returns, allowing the ball to go over his head or catching the punt too close to the goal line. He has just one year of experience at the FBS-level, albeit a productive one season.

COMPARES TO: Mix of Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs and Nate Burleson, Detroit Lions - Patterson has a similar frame and physical downfield nature as Bowe with the speed and quickness of Burleson to contribute as a return man.
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Posted: 2/19/2013 9:41 PM

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NFL COMPARISON Demaryius Thomas
BOTTOM LINE He may be considered raw with his ability to handle physical coverage, but Patterson is one of the more naturally talented pass catchers to come along in the last few years. He only has one year of tape against FBS level of competition, but from the first game Patterson showed his versatility by making plays from a variety of alignments. If the Vol can start using his hands to release off the line and tighten up some technique issues, he should be one of this class' top playmakers. He should be a first-round selection and could be the first receiver off the board.
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Posted: 2/19/2013 9:48 PM

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I fell that Ricky Prohl could make a good WR even better. Ricky was one of those who didn't have much in the way of speed, size or talent..... all he had going for him was a knack of being in the right place and making the needed catch, along with determination to come down with the ball. I'm still not for getting a WR with our first pick, but if Patterson is there when we pick, then I have faith in Rivera and Gettleman to make the right choice.
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Posted: 2/20/2013 7:10 PM

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If we draft a #2 WR, I think we should go after Nuke Hopkins. Great route runner, catches the ball with his hands, very few drops if the ball touches his hands and has an explosive 1st step.
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Posted: 2/20/2013 9:12 PM

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You might want to take a look at Tavaress King round 4 ....


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Posted: 2/21/2013 9:17 PM

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I'm not opposed to taking a look at several guys. Gettis is in Rivera's doghouse, AE is as good as gone, Pilares has shown limited returns, Adams is a fumble machine in his specialty and Smith is old.

I would have no problem with taking a WR in the first and then more of a project guy on Day 3.

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Posted: 4/14/2013 12:42 PM

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Good read on Patterson I found a while back,little long though but very good.Wouldn't mind taking this guy.

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Posted: 4/14/2013 5:42 PM

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Mayock had Blaine Gabbert as top qb
Jackofalltrades1977 wrote: I think Mayock has him as the top WR, so that tells me a lot.

I'm not interested in a 2, I want a 1.
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Posted: 4/16/2013 5:56 PM

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That was based on Gabbert's clean background.

eog3 wrote: Mayock had Blaine Gabbert as top qb
Jackofalltrades1977 wrote: I think Mayock has him as the top WR, so that tells me a lot.

I'm not interested in a 2, I want a 1.

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Posted: 4/16/2013 11:09 PM

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my point was more even he makes mistakes .  had cam as late first and said gabbert was only choice if we went qb
Jackofalltrades1977 wrote: That was based on Gabbert's clean background.

eog3 wrote: Mayock had Blaine Gabbert as top qb
Jackofalltrades1977 wrote: I think Mayock has him as the top WR, so that tells me a lot.

I'm not interested in a 2, I want a 1.
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