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PFF : Despite Additions Ravens Still Among Worst Receiving Corps in League

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Breeland was a four-year player for the Ducks, starting 27 games and playing 41 total. As a true sophomore, Breeland caught 18 passes for 326 yards and five touchdowns. He was named an Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 selection. As a senior in 2019, Breeland caught 26 passes for 405 yards and six touchdowns through the first six games before being lost to a season-ending injury. At the time of his injury, he was the team’s leading receiver.

I think Breeland fits the mold of what the Rams like in their tight ends. He’s an athletic, easy mover who can catch and block with equal effectiveness. In McVay’s zone run scheme, you need guys who can get their hands dirty before setting up and getting into their routes.

 

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Now look at our running game?

We are never gonna be a high-powered bomb throwing offense on a consistent basis (Miami game last year notwithstanding).   If we continue to score more points than all of the rest of the NFL...….I'm ok with it.

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