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RBTiger
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2011
3684 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
What did you run the 40 in?? Bet Quinn would have blew past you with ease!

Quinn is in the NFL now...he doesn't need a Sports Bar Beer Drinking Hero like you critiquing him


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semjase
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Member since May 2014
6374 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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Exactly, everyone here is blinded because he was a white wide receiver and I say that as a guy who likes quick, small, white wide receivers.
You mean like the New England Patriots?


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davidlsu
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Member since Jan 2008
2073 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
The guy who dropped that big 3rd down vs Bama? Nah


ItNeverRains
LSU Fan
Franklin, TN
Member since Oct 2007
16924 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Based on the scheme alone the answer is yes, but anyone who prefers Quinn over Jefferswag in the slot is lucky breathing is involuntary


lsupride87
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2007
65550 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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The guy who dropped that big 3rd down vs Bama? Nah


after that drop, we punted and Bama fumbled the punt causing us to recover the ball inside their 10 yard line.....

I still have no idea how dumbass Tiger fans think that drop truly caused us to lose the game


RealityTiger
LSU Fan
Geismar, LA
Member since Jan 2010
17527 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Vadal Alexander getting a questionable 15 yard penalty is what caused us to lose that game. I truly believe we were about to punch it in for the kill shot right there. That was a terrible spot to throw a ticky tack could-have-gone-either-way flag. SEC officiating at its best (worst).


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Gator4Life
Colorado Fan
Rocky Mountain Way
Member since Sep 2015
334 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Quin was / is soft as butter..... Being on an NFL roster doesn't mean shite. He's on the practice squad so he made the roster.... He NEVER shows up when it counts. He would have been a third stringer on last years team.


RGJ18
LSU Fan
Collierville, TN
Member since Feb 2010
7396 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
some hypothetical where Burrow and Brady were at LSU in 2014? Maybe.

If Quinn were at LSU last year? No way he starts over Jefferson, Chase, or Marshall.


tibebecolston
Member since Mar 2013
2142 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Is there any WR in the history of college football that would not have put up big numbers if featured in 2019 LSU offense?

If so, who?


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lsutigertalk
LSU Fan
At Death Valley
Member since Apr 2004
4222 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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Odell dropped wayyyy many more footballs than TQ ever did. We forget that tho

Odell was also known for fumbling in big situations, jumping on rolling punts, and muffIng punts.
This post was edited on 4/5 at 9:30 am


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TexasTiger88
LSU Fan
Madisonville
Member since Jun 2010
462 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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No the offense won’t change his ability to catch. Dude drops more balls in important drives than any receiver in the history of football.


LMAO in 2018 when we had all the same wrs as last year and Joe Burrow we had plenty of issues with drops. It's crazy how a new offensive scheme and a new approach to the position (summer of 10,000 catches) can work wonders for the receiving core. But your right Quinn was so awful that he is still on a nfl roster.



hojo
LSU Fan
St. Louis, MO
Member since Mar 2005
509 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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But your right Quinn was so awful that he is still on a nfl roster.


It's fairly indisputable that, though Quinn is in fact on an NFL roster (and averaging a robust 8 yds/catch, might I add), there's no way he gets reps in front of Marshall, Jefferson, Chase, or McMath. Jefferson was healthy all year, so you're not putting Quinn in the slot over him. And when Marshall went down for a few games, Quinn's not going to start outside over McMath. Hell, Trey Palmer could barely get on the field last year, and he's quicker and faster than Quinn. And he wouldn't take catches away from Helaire or Moss, either, for those that think Quinn gets the "move the chains" yards. So where does Quinn get his catches in that offense? 30 or so catches for 4 or 5 touchdowns is probably what you're looking at. Just too much talent around Mr. Irrelevant, plain and simple.


Gus007
Member since Jul 2018
4135 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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Look if you aren’t the most athletic guy, which he wasn’t, your role is to be the most sure handed. He wasn’t super athletic and he wasn’t sure handed.



Right! The NFL is full of players that are unathletic and can't catch.
Odd that several four and five star WR recruits, who played for Miles, never cut it in the NFL.
Yet this slow unathletic kid who couldn't catch, escaped Miles, improved his game, and is still in the NFL.


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Lester Earl
Baylor Fan
Kamaratard
Member since Nov 2003
250518 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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there's no way he gets reps in front of Marshall, Jefferson, Chase, or McMath.




He would have eaten into catches from all of them, as well as Moss & CEH

And he’s infinitely better than racey McMath

Kid caught 115 balls when he finally got away from Les miles


tubucoco
las vegas, nevada
Member since Oct 2007
31836 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Easy question to answer. I mean just look what he did in SMU's offense, a wide open offense of course, so, the answer is obvious to what he would've done in LSU's new offense.
This post was edited on 4/5 at 11:08 am


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TGFN57
LSU Fan
BR
Member since Jan 2010
4907 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
Sure, as long as he didn't drop the ball.


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TGFN57
LSU Fan
BR
Member since Jan 2010
4907 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
LMAO......that's right folks
Its internet badass time


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hojo
LSU Fan
St. Louis, MO
Member since Mar 2005
509 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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He would have eaten into catches from all of them, as well as Moss & CEH


Yep, for about 30 or so catches and 5 or so touchdowns. It's like you didn't read my post at all.

Quinn's a slot. Great, he had 100 catches at Pony U. Our slot last year, who is going in the first round, had 118 catches and 18 touchdowns in the SEC. He would have "eaten into" those stats in garbage time.


TigerNlc
Tulane Fan
Chocolate City
Member since Jun 2006
28584 posts

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Lester Earl
Baylor Fan
Kamaratard
Member since Nov 2003
250518 posts

re: Would Trey Quinn have put up big numbers with Burrow and Brady?
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Quinn's a slot. Great, he had 100 catches at Pony U. Our slot last year, who is going in the first round, had 118 catches and 18 touchdowns in the SEC. He would have "eaten into" those stats in garbage time.


And Moss caught passes out the slot, and Marshall did, and CEH did & so on.

Quinn isn’t better than Jefferson but let’s not pretend he wouldn’t have been able to get open in this offense. He would have caught more balls than Marshall and moss

Everyone eats. Quinn would have been valuable on this team. I think we kinda agree but a lot of people are selling him short


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