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PostSubject: Eubanks an McKean are match up problems for defenses   Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:51 am

Eubanks reminded me of Funchess when he first arrived. Looks more like a huge WR than a TE. A few times UM had 4 TE on the field at the same time. I loved seeing them just line up and run right at Florida in the 2nd half. I'm starting to think some good things are coming for this team.
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PostSubject: Re: Eubanks an McKean are match up problems for defenses   Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:55 am

The last two seasons I thought Wheatley was going to be the break-out guy. Instead it was Asiasi last year and maybe this year it is Eubanks and/or McKean
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PostSubject: Re: Eubanks an McKean are match up problems for defenses   Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:50 am

wshoes wrote:
The last two seasons I thought Wheatley was going to be the break-out guy. Instead it was Asiasi last year and maybe this year it is Eubanks and/or McKean

Wheatley seems to be used more like another tackle
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PostSubject: Re: Eubanks an McKean are match up problems for defenses   Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:14 am

fishgoblue22 wrote:
wshoes wrote:
The last two seasons I thought Wheatley was going to be the break-out guy. Instead it was Asiasi last year and maybe this year it is Eubanks and/or McKean

Wheatley seems to be used more like another tackle


Fish, that's what I'm thinking---particularly after watching those successful sweep runs in the second half. As bulky and heavy a "tight end" as Junior can definitely help seal the edge for outside runs, and according to the coaches' quotes, his hands are adequate for a catch here and there, as a surprise play.

I honestly don't think ANY of our tight ends will watch entire games from the sidelines...
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