12-15-13. Who Is Going To Win the Biletnikoff Award in 2013? Cooks, Evans, or Watkins? Cooks Wins in Closest Vote in History. Some fans think the Foundation votes. Actually, a 214 person national sele | Page 2 | 2013 Biletnikoff Award and Watch List | Forum

Welcome to the Forum. Please Register or Sign In and Post.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
A A A
Avatar

Please consider registering
guest

sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —




— Match —





— Forum Options —





Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

No permission to create posts
sp_Feed Topic RSS Avatar_Biletnikoff
12-15-13. Who Is Going To Win the Biletnikoff Award in 2013? Cooks, Evans, or Watkins? Cooks Wins in Closest Vote in History. Some fans think the Foundation votes. Actually, a 214 person national sele
October 11, 2013
2:35 pm
Avatar
keggythekeg
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

My guess -- based on their incredible statistics-- is that Oregon State's (with QB Mannion as the gift that keeps giving to Cooks) Brandin Cooks and Texas A&M's Mike Evans will be the top 2 vote getters (by national selection committee voters) for the Biletnikoff Award. Both have QBs that will throw the ball until the last dog dies. Who the third finalist will be is anybody's guess.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
October 13, 2013
10:17 am
Avatar
federer_fan
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 79
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

A number of receivers are having outstanding seasons. I am still amused by those Wall Street Journal writers 2 months ago who criticized the college awards for having lengthy watch lists. The Biletnikoff Award recognizes the outstanding receiver (not just wide receiver, although that position dominates the receiving stats and, therefore, dominates the watch list) in college football. There are about 128 D-1 FBS teams. Counting wide receivers, tight ends, slot backs, and running backs who are frequent receivers, the universe of potential Biletnikoff Award winners is huge--along the order of 750 starting players. There are about 90 receivers on the Biletnikoff Award watch list.

Now, whom would you remove from that list if you wanted to reduce the number of receivers on that watch list?

The answer is there may be a handful of watch list receivers who are having a disappointing season. However, the rest are performing at levels unknown 20 years ago as far as depth of talent reaching down to the 100th place and lower in stats. College football is loaded with excellent QBs and receivers. I know that. You know that. The two WSJ writers apparently do not. A great business newspaper, the WSJ should probably forget about covering sports.

Anyway, take a look at these NCAA stats for the top 30 receivers in yards of receptions as of October 13. Amazing.

Receiving Yards

Last updated - October 13, 2013

Through games of October 12, 2013

Rank Name Team Cl Position G Rec Rec Yds Rec TD
1 Brandin Cooks Oregon St. Jr. WR 6 63 944 11
2 Willie Snead Ball St. Jr. WR 7 51 867 7
3 Mike Evans Texas A&M So. WR 6 32 737 5
4 Odell Beckham, Jr. LSU Jr. WR 7 37 733 6
5 Jordan Matthews Vanderbilt Sr. WR 6 47 709 5
6 Allen Robinson Penn St. Jr. WR 6 43 705 5
7 Antwan Goodley Baylor Jr. WR 5 26 679 6
8 Jaelan Strong Arizona St. Jr. WR 6 42 678 4
9 Chandler Jones San Jose St. Sr. WR 6 36 676 6
10 Jarvis Landry LSU Jr. WR 7 46 674 7
11 Paul Richardson Colorado Jr. WR 5 35 660 5
12 Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin Sr. WR 6 35 646 5
13 Justin Hardy East Carolina Jr. WR 6 57 639 3
14 Jeremy Johnson SMU Sr. WR 5 52 635 4
15 Jamison Crowder Duke Jr. WR 6 47 618 2
16 Devante Davis UNLV Jr. WR 6 36 614 8
17 Ryan Grant Tulane Sr. WR 7 46 611 6
18 Tevin Reese Baylor Sr. WR 5 23 609 6
19 Jace Amaro Texas Tech Jr. TE 6 47 606 1
- Deontay Greenberry Houston So. WR 5 39 606 3
21 Chris Harper California So. WR 6 45 605 4
22 Jordan Williams Ball St. So. WR 7 40 603 5
23 Eric Thomas Troy Sr. WR 7 37 593 10
24 Dres Anderson Utah Jr. WR 6 28 592 5
25 Michael Campanaro Wake Forest Sr. WR 5 44 582 4
- Sammy Watkins Clemson Jr. WR 6 36 582 4
27 Josh Huff Oregon Sr. WR 6 27 552 5
28 Devin Street Pittsburgh Sr. WR 5 26 549 3
29 Alex Amidon Boston College Sr. WR 6 38 547 3
30 Cody Latimer Indiana Jr. WR 6 35 544 3

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
October 16, 2013
2:32 pm
Avatar
FootballFan
Admin
Forum Posts: 50
Member Since:
May 31, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Marqise May Be Back Saturday!

 

http://espn.go.com/los-angeles.....notre-dame

USC wide receiver Marqise Lee returned to practice Tuesday and said he should be ready to play against Notre Dame on Saturday.

[+] EnlargeMarqise LeeImage Enlarger

Matt Kartozian/USA TODAY SportsMarqise Lee, who suffered a sprained knee on Sept. 28, says he expects to play at Notre Dame: "I think that I'm coming around pretty good. I think by Saturday afternoon I'll be OK -- 100 percent."

Lee took part in the early portion of the practice, showing no ill effects from the knee sprain that has relegated him to the sideline since he suffered the injury Sept. 28 against Arizona State.

"I'm good and I had a great day today," Lee said. "I think that I'm coming around pretty good. I think by Saturday afternoon I'll be OK -- 100 percent."

The junior appeared sharp and in command, despite having just begun the process of getting back in the flow of things.

"I haven't caught a ball in about two weeks," said Lee, who leads USC with 30 receptions for 385 yards and one touchdown in 2013. "It's been a while. I've been getting back on the Jugs Machine inside. Tee [Martin] has been pushing me to catch balls.

"From my point of view, I'm going to play," Lee said. "But for Coach [Ed Orgeron], it'll depend, I think, on how I feel. But I'll let him know the truth, and right now I feel OK. I think I had a great practice ... came out here doing what I'm supposed to do."

Orgeron was encouraged by what he saw.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
October 20, 2013
1:56 pm
Avatar
cheerleader111
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
September 21, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

I believe it is Cooks' and Evans' race after 7 games, end of week 8. So many great receivers this season!

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 76 1176 15.5 55 12
2 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 43 1024 23.8 95 9
3 Willie Snead, WR BALL 58 957 16.5 55 8
4 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 36 851 23.6 83 8
5 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 45 831 18.5 70 7
6 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 42 805 19.2 49 6
7 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 58 798 13.8 55 5
8 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 53 795 15.0 39 8
9 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 43 782 18.2 82 6
10 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 67 765 11.4 34 4
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Jared Abbrederis, WR WIS 43 752 17.5 65 5
12 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 56 742 13.3 47 3
13 Jeremy Johnson, WR SMU 62 735 11.9 66 4
14 Jamison Crowder, WR DUKE 56 731 13.1 62 3
15 Davante Adams, WR FRES 60 717 12.0 75 11
16 Tevin Reese, WR BAY 29 714 24.6 93 6
17 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 43 705 16.4 51 5
18 Michael Campanaro, WR WAKE 55 704 12.8 66 5
19 Chris Harper, WR CAL 52 698 13.4 89 4
20 Jaelen Strong, WR ASU 45 685 15.2 69  

 

  4

 

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
October 25, 2013
9:03 am
Avatar
Pac12 Pat
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 53
Member Since:
October 24, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Cooks, Evans, Snead and Beckham look like the cream of the receivers corps this year. I am amazed at how many watch list receivers have been seriously injured this season.

Regards---Pac12 Pat

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
October 27, 2013
9:25 am
Avatar
keggythekeg
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Receiving stats as of Sunday, October 27: Evans' yards per catch average is impressive as is Cooks' total catches number.

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 85 1256 14.8 55 13
2 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 48 1101 22.9 95 11
3 Willie Snead, WR BALL 65 1057 16.3 55 10
4 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 48 1009 21.0 63 8
5 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 50 914 18.3 82 7
6 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 38 894 23.5 83 8
7 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 66 890 13.5 55 5
8 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 58 882 15.2 39 8
9 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 55 878 16.0 65 6
10 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 64 861 13.5 47 3
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Deontay Greenberry, WR HOU 58 842 14.5 83 8
12 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 45 831 18.5 70 7
13 Tevin Reese, WR BAY 33 824 25.0 93 8
14 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 58 813 14.0 91 5
15 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 40 805 20.1 77 9
16 Davante Adams, WR FRES 72 804 11.2 75 13
17 Chris Harper, WR CAL 58 796 13.7 89 5
18 Michael Campanaro, WR WAKE 65 792 12.2 66 6
  Jordan Williams, WR BALL 56 792 14.1 72 7
20 Devante Davis, WR UNLV 52 785 15.1 69 10
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
21 Jamison Crowder, WR DUKE 60 769 12.8 62 3
22 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 67 765 11.4 34 4
23 Corey Davis, WR WMU 55 761 13.8 75 5
24 Jared Abbrederis, WR WIS 43 752 17.5 65 5
  Jeremy Johnson, WR SMU 64 752 11.8 66 4
26 Donte Foster, WR OHIO 50 718 14.4 53 6
27 Josh Huff, WR ORE 38 703 18.5 65 6
28 Ryan Grant, WR TULN 53 700 13.2 49 7
29 Rashad Greene, WR FSU 39 690 17.7 72 8
30 Jaelen Strong, WR
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 3, 2013
12:24 pm
Avatar
bigten_numberone
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 61
Member Since:
October 25, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Looks like Cooks, Evans, Snead, Robinson, Amaro (tight end), Beckham, Richardson, and Watkins will be 8 of the ten Biletnikoff Award semi-finalists. You pick the other 2.

 

http://espn.go.com/college-foo...../receiving
Group: FBS (Division I-A)

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players (includes all games through November 3, 2013)

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 91 1344 14.8 55 14
2 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 52 1147 22.1 95 12
3 Willie Snead, WR BALL 65 1057 16.3 55 10
4 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 66 1043 15.8 65 6
5 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 79 1035 13.1 47 4
6 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 48 1009 21.0 63 8
7 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 57 984 17.3 82 8
8 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 66 982 14.9 96 7
9 Deontay Greenberry, WR HOU 62 948 15.3 83 9
10 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 72 901 12.5 44 5
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 50 898 18.0 70 7
12 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 38 894 23.5 83 8
13 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 66 890 13.5 55 5
14 Davante Adams, WR FRES 80 888 11.1 75 14
15 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 58 882 15.2 39 8
16 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 47 877 18.7 77 10
17 Devante Davis, WR UNLV 60 864 14.4 69 10
18 Tevin Reese, WR BAY 33 824 25.0 93 8
19 Ezell Ruffin, WR SDSU 47 823 17.5 75 3
20 Chris Harper, WR CAL 62 821 13.2 89 5
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 10, 2013
10:07 am
Avatar
bigten_numberone
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 61
Member Since:
October 25, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Receiving stats as of November 10. Evans has a lofty yards per catch and has closed the TD gap with Cooks.  Cooks still has 91 catches, while Amaro has 88 and Davante Adams had 91, but with a lower yards per catch average. What a crop of outstanding receivers!If I had to gues the 10 semi-finalists, I would list Evans, Cooks, Snead, Robinson, Amaro, Richardson, Beckham, Jones, Watkins, and Goodley.

 

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 91 1344 14.8 55 14
2 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 57 1263 22.2 95 12
3 Willie Snead, WR BALL 74 1175 15.9 55 12
4 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 73 1106 15.2 65 6
5 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 88 1102 12.5 47 4
6 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 60 1061 17.7 82 9
7 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 51 1051 20.6 63 8
8 Deontay Greenberry, WR HOU 70 1042 14.9 83 9
9 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 58 1032 17.8 77 11
10 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 82 1000 12.2 44 6
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 66 982 14.9 96 7
12 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 44 974 22.1 83 10
13 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 63 972 15.4 45 8
14 Davante Adams, WR FRES 91 967 10.6 75 15
15 Devante Davis, WR UNLV 63 948 15.0 69 10
16 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 55 947 17.2 70 7
17 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 71 935 13.2 55 5
18 Jamison Crowder, WR DUKE 67 903 13.5 75 3
19 TJ Jones, WR ND 54 891 16.5 80 8
20 Cody Latimer, WR IND 55 884 16.1 77 8
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 17, 2013
10:36 am
Avatar
bigten_numberone
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 61
Member Since:
October 25, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

After week 12: Cooks, Snead, Evans, and Robinson look like four of 10 Biletnikoff Award semi-finalists, with Richardson, tight end Amaro, and Watkins making a push:

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 100 1443 14.4 55 14
2 Willie Snead, WR BALL 86 1296 15.1 55 13
3 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 57 1263 22.2 95 12
4 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 81 1204 14.9 65 6
5 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 71 1201 16.9 82 9
6 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 92 1157 12.6 47 6
7 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 64 1109 17.3 77 11
8 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 71 1086 15.3 96 9
9 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 83 1076 13.0 55 5
10 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 48 1075 22.4 83 11
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 65 1062 16.3 70 7
12 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 51 1051 20.6 63 8
13 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 87 1047 12.0 44 7
14 Deontay Greenberry, WR HOU 70 1042 14.9 83 9
15 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 63 972 15.4 45 8
16 Davante Adams, WR FRES 91 967 10.6 75 15
17 Jamison Crowder, WR DUKE 73 956 13.1 75 3
18 Devante Davis, WR UNLV 63 948 15.0 69 10
19 Ezell Ruffin, WR SDSU 54 947 17.5 75 3
20 Titus Davis, WR CMU 52 936 18.0 97 6

 

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 21, 2013
1:02 pm
Avatar
Hot Sports Chick
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 53
Member Since:
September 19, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Any one of the 20 top ranked receivers by receiving yardage was worthy of being voted onto the 10 semifinalists' list. This must have been a difficult task and a close tally for the Biletnikoff Award's 214 voters.

Most notable receiver that did not get voted onto the semifinalists' list by voters: Paul Richardson of Colorado---nationally he was 5th in yardage and averaged 14.9 yards per catch.Tough schedule, too. I would have put him on the list.

Ditto with San Jose State's Chandler Jones--the nation's 7th ranked receiver in yardage with 64 catches, 1109 yards, 17.3 yards average per catch, and 11 TDs.

Now, apparently, LOL, one sportswriter is trying to demagog the selection committee's failure to vote on the list a particular receiver who just happens to play in his readership area---Justin Hardy, a fine receiver, from ECU! Trying to play the Caped Crusader to drive up readership? Yep.

The same dude/writer last year attacked the Biletnikoff Award for excluding a suspended (ineligible by Clemson) Sammy Watkins from the BA Pre-season Watch List. Dude says he is a  BA voter but was not aware of the eligibility guidelines re a player who is on suspension---that player can't be on the watch list until his suspension is over. Unfortunately, Watkins did not play well and was not in the top 100 receivers in stats last year.The BA rules are clearly listed on the web site. Dude must be one of those low information voters who reelected the failed President Obama. What a mensch! He was just scamming Clemson fans so he could be a hero of sorts. The kind that never heard the cheers of the crowd because he was a water boy or bench warmer. LOL.

Anyway, Justin Hardy was a very good receiver and had a fine year: 13th in receiving yardage, but only 12 yards a catch. 18 of the top 20 receivers in receiving yardage had higher, most much higher, yards per catch averages. Nothing to whine about in Hardy's not making the vote cutoff.

HotKiss Sports KissChick

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 23, 2013
7:40 am
Avatar
keggythekeg
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
Posted November 22, 2013

Saturday Storylines: Texas A&M’s Mike Evans looks to keep silencing doubters at LSU

http://college-football.si.com.....torylines/

 
Texas A&MImage Enlarger

Mike Evans has a school-record 1,263 receiving yards and 12 TDs in 2013. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

David Beaty doesn’t understand the criticism, yet Texas A&M’s second-year wide receivers coach hears it regularly: Mike Evans, the Aggies redshirt sophomore wideout, isn’t quick enough off the line of scrimmage. Some opponents and talent evaluators say Evans can’t get by more agile defensive backs, that he can’t outrun many corners for a deep ball.

Beaty’s response is simple: Just try and catch him.

“It’s one of the knocks on Mike that I’ve heard out there,” Beaty said, “and it’s crazy because I see him every day. He’s a lot faster than people think he is.

 

“If he gets behind you, you ain’t catchin’ him. He doesn’t get caught.”

Critiques of Evans have been few and far between this season. Along with quarterback Johnny Manziel, the 6-foot-5, 225-pounder is the one of the keys to A&M’s high-powered attack. Evans is one of the few receivers at the college level who combines imposing physicality with an ability to shake defenders downfield. He has a school-record 1,263 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns in 2013, totals that rank third and fourth nationally. He’s also ruthlessly efficient: Evans averages 22.2 yards per catch, fourth in FBS and nipping at the heels of the NCAA record set by Fresno State’s Henry Ellard (24.4) in ’82.

 

In the Aggies’ 49-42 loss to top-ranked Alabama on Sept. 14, Evans broke free for a 95-yard fourth-quarter score, his longest of the year. He finished that game with seven catches for 279 yards. He made 11 receptions for 287 yards in a 45-41 loss to Auburn on Oct. 19, and five grabs for 116 yards in a 51-41 win over Mississippi State on Nov. 9. He’s built his reputation on making the big play.

Earlier this season, Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin lobbied for Evans as a Heisman Trophy candidate. One look at Evans’ film proves he’s a special player.

“Very rarely do you get a big receiver like that with as many plus-30-yards catches as he has,” Sumlin said on the SEC teleconference on Wednesday. “He’s definitely one of the better players in the country.”

Evans racked up 1,105 receiving yards and five touchdowns as a redshirt freshman in 2012, but coaches knew he needed to sharpen his skill set. Both Sumlin and Beaty used the word “raw” when describing his game last year. That’s largely because Evans focused on basketball for much of his prep career; he averaged 18.3 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists as a senior at Ball High in Galveston, Texas. The Longhorns offered him a basketball scholarship even after he committed to Texas A&M for football in December 2010.

Now, Evans has become a student of the game. Once overly reliant his size and athleticism, Evans worked diligently in the offseason to improve his route running and technique. He’s also taken conditioning more seriously. The coaching staff studies NFL receivers with similar body types, such as Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald (6-3, 220 pounds), to help Evans understand how to thrive at his weight. Said Beaty: “If [his weight] gets up, he’ll be the first one to call me and say, ‘Coach I’m at 229. I need to get this down by Friday.’”

Evans’ efforts have paid off. During the second quarter of Texas A&M’s 45-33 win over Arkansas on Sept. 28, Manziel scrambled left and tossed a seven-yard pass into the middle of a congested end zone. Evans leaped up in a crowd and snagged it over Hogs’ cornerback Tevin Mitchel, who stands at 6-foot, 180 pounds. Even in a broken play or double coverage, Evans remains a nightmare to defend on 50-50 balls.

STAPLES: Mike Evans sits at No. 5 in 2014 NFL draft Big Board

“It’s like boxers,” Beaty said. “Some people bring a punch, and some of people don’t bring as big a punch. Some of them are just blessed by the Lord. Well, Mike’s blessed. Once he puts his hands on you, he’s strong as all get-out. If you’re not careful, you’ll go to the ground.”

Stopping Evans will be one of the biggest challenges for LSU on Saturday, when the 7-3 Tigers host the 8-2 Aggies in Baton Rouge. LSU held him to only six catches for 76 yards in last year’s 24-19 win in College Station, but this year’s Tigers’ defense is a far cry from last season’s vaunted unit. LSU coach Les Miles said his team, which ranks 55th nationally in pass efficiency defense, must pay extra attention to keeping Evans in check.

“He’ a big, tall, strong man,” Miles said on the SEC teleconference. “A guy that can test for balls routinely.”

Evans likely has three games remaining in his college career. After A&M visits LSU this weekend, it will travel to Missouri for its regular-season finale on Nov. 30. After the Aggies’ bowl game, Evans could bolt for the 2014 NFL draft. SI.com’s Chris Burke projected him as the 10th overall pick in his most recent Big Board.

Until then, however, Beaty will continue to laugh off criticism of Evans’ quickness. Sometimes, in the Aggies’ wide receiver meetings, players like to joke about it, too. Normally one of the quieter guys in the room, Evans isn’t afraid to speak up in such moments.

“We joke around in the room all the time,” Beaty said, “and that’s one of the things we’ll joke about. The kids always talk about who’s faster. Then Mike’s like, “Man, I’m faster than all of you guys.’”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
November 24, 2013
5:59 am
Avatar
keggythekeg
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 110 1560 14.2 55 15
2 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 61 1314 21.5 95 12
3 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 89 1310 14.7 65 6
4 Willie Snead, WR BALL 86 1296 15.1 55 13
5 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 79 1289 16.3 82 10
6 Davante Adams, WR FRES 100 1213 12.1 75 19
7 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 71 1210 17.0 77 12
8 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 96 1209 12.6 55 5
9 Antwan Goodley, WR BAY 58 1193 20.6 83 12
10 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 92 1157 12.6 47 6
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 78 1144 14.7 96 10
12 Justin Hardy, WR ECU 95 1130 11.9 44 8
13 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 71 1109 15.6 70 8
14 Deontay Greenberry, WR HOU 76 1106 14.6 83 10
15 Tyler Lockett, WR KSU 68 1103 16.2 90 8
16 Odell Beckham, WR LSU 56 1101 19.7 63 8
17 Titus Davis, WR CMU 59 1090 18.5 97 8
18 Jamison Crowder, WR DUKE 83 1077 13.0 75 5
19 Jarvis Landry, WR LSU 67 1059 15.8 45 10
20 Devante Davis, WR UNLV 69 1023 14.8 69 10
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
December 2, 2013
3:48 pm
Avatar
keggythekeg
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 65
Member Since:
October 3, 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

keggy-- A year of many great receivers --All very deserving! I like Evans first,  then Cooks, then Robinson, then Matthews, then Richardson, then Watkins!

Receiving Yards Leaders - All Players

RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
1 Brandin Cooks, WR ORST 120 1670 13.9 55 15
2 Davante Adams, WR FRES 113 1477 13.1 75 22
3 Allen Robinson, WR PSU 97 1432 14.8 65 6
4 Willie Snead, WR BALL 97 1429 14.7 55 14
5 Chandler Jones, WR SJSU 79 1356 17.2 77 15
6 Paul Richardson, WR COLO 83 1343 16.2 82 10
7 Jordan Matthews, WR VAN 107 1334 12.5 55 5
8 Mike Evans, WR TA&M 65 1322 20.3 95 12
9 Jeremy Gallon, WR MICH 80 1284 16.1 84 9
10 Jace Amaro, TE TTU 98 1240 12.7 47 7
RK PLAYER TEAM REC YDS AVG LONG TD
11 Sammy Watkins, WR CLEM 85 1237 14.6 96 10
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
No permission to create posts
Forum Timezone: America/New_York

Most Users Ever Online: 33

Currently Online:
3 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 0

Members: 474

Moderators: 0

Admins: 2

Forum Stats:

Groups: 2

Forums: 15

Topics: 59

Posts: 700

Newest Members:

mauikarl@cox.net

Administrators: Biletnikoff Admin: 6, FootballFan: 50