- Aug 30, 2003
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- Seffner, FL (by way of Metairie)
It's like he's unaware of the Fleener signing or the Thomas drafting. In my opinion, Coleman will be at best the fifth option in the passing game, and probably sixth or seventh behind Ingram and Spiller. One thing that is not lacking on this team is bodies for Brees to throw the ball to.After all, somebody has to make up for the lost production from Colston and Watson. It might as well be Coleman.
No matter how big he gets, Coleman will still play like he's 5'9.Something about Coleman: 6'6-225 is rail thin. If a 6 foot receiver were as thin, he would only weigh about 185. TLL would weigh about 140. When Coleman gets up to 235-240, and he surely will, he could play a lot differently.
No matter how big he gets, Coleman will still play like he's 5'9.
I didn't get past the title. Coleman is a solid receiver and has shown some flashes but I've never seen him 'wreck' anyone. I just don't think he's that type of player, though I would LOVE to be proved wrong and just watch him run through people like Graham. Maybe if he bulked up? JG is 6'7" and 265. He may do more damage if he could bulk up to 245 or so?Not sure I agree with it given what he has done so far though.
Coleman can be a 6'6 225-pound wrecking machine
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