A player with his injury history getting hurt is not bad luck...
Yep. His back
ETA: I just remembered that you're the guy who fails to see any problem with Gronkowski's high profile partying.
quote:No he didn't. He only benefited from playing more games. I am in complete agreement that Graham should be on the list but the whole he produced better is completely bogus. Gronk broke his fore arm, missed four games and them came back to catch another touchdown and 40+ yards in limited action. Gronk was just about as productive as he could be.
Fact is Graham produced the better season last year. Not per game averages. Not career. Y'all keep trying to turn this into something it's not.
But for this list, Graham clearly had a better SEASON and deserved to be on this list in front of every TE except Gonzalez and Witten.
I wouldnt consider a club a bad situation unless drinking and driving is involved or its a place like Clubb Rags thats your moral high horse, not mine
He has played in fewer than twelve games in two out of his three seasons so far
quote:So basically catches and yards are all we're gauging this on? You must be a beast arse PPR fantasy manager.
I said Graham produced the better season, not that he had better production per game. What part of that are you not comprehending?
quote:I never mention anything about blocking. I was talking about production. Production to me starts with TDs for TEs. My next thing I gauge is yards per reception. After that is is percentage of targets caught. Then yards,then catches. Age and the system they're in is factored in as well.
Are you suggesting that Gonzalez is an elite run blocker?
And despite what some people think, Gronk is NOT a top tier blocking TE. He is good at it and is certainly one of the better ones that can also catch. But he does not block like a lineman.