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Former LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson joined the Pat McAfee show on Thursday and talked about how playing in Joe Brady's offense with the Tigers helped him get a head start to his NFL career.

Jefferson wrapped up his rookie season with 88 receptions, for 1,400 yards and seven touchdowns. His 1,400-yards is the most by a rookie in NFL history.

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WTF Jefferson, That was Ensminger's offense dammit.
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He’s right ya know
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Is it documented that lsu offered him the OC position?
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I think it's documented that jefferson is wide receiver at vikings and Brady is OC at carolina but dont take my word for it, look it up yourself :)
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Ouch, all the Coach E fan's won't like it being called Brady's offense.
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Not coach E's offense any more after that fantastic job of 2020. It is coach Peetz offense now, learned under the master Mr. Brady
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'Ouch, all the Coach E fan's won't like it being called Brady's offense." Let it go man, life is short.
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Future HOF WR!!!
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Congrats on your accomplishments Justin and don't for get "Geaux Tigers"!
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