you're not wrong, but in this case they planned the end of cooper's guaranteed money with the end of gallup's rookie deal and decided gallup at 12.5/yr is better value than cooper at 20
He had the most catches than any other season, although the yards were down because every team went to two deep so there weren't those 75 yard bombs that we saw in the past. The clips of tua under throwing him are already out there so I see him doing the same with the dolphins, catching short to mid routes and seeing if he can break them long.It's a great time to move on from Hill. He wants to get paid, I get it. He didn't do a whole lot in traffic and basically had to be wide open to catch the ball. He was declining last year and I wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't hit 1000 yards with Miami.
Missing mvs on that list.Order wrong
- Raheem Mostert, San Francisco 49ers RB: 23.09 mph (Week 2)
- Raheem Mostert, San Francisco 49ers RB: 22.73 mph (Week 1)
- Kenyan Drake, Arizona Cardinals RB: 22.11 mph (Week 6)
- Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts RB: 22.05 mph (Week 17)
- Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs WR: 21.91 mph (Week 14)
Packers fans as we watch chiefs fans think MVS is going to be their saviour.....Missing mvs on that list.
"He finished that game with four receptions for 123 yards and a touchdown. Marquez Valdes-Scantling recorded the 2nd-fastest speed of any ball carrier last season, reaching a top speed of 22.09 mph in Week 11.Mar 24, 2022"
Oh he's not the savior, I know Tyreek hill can't be replaced, but what the Chiefs have now is a still top 5 QB, with several good wr's and opposing defenses will have to now guard everyone as mahomes has gotten better and has no issues spreading the ball around where as his first few years it was hill or kelce for the most part.
Montana was past his prime but it was nice to watch him beat the 49ers, and his late comeback against John elway. Smith helped mahomes and think he will always be in the hearts of KC fans, especially with what his daughter is going through.Montana was solid for you guys. Smith did well, too,