Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by Watt Wack, Jun 30, 2018.
Better get on the jugs gun. He needs help catching the ball.
I'm not seeing this problem catching the football. I did see him catch 10 against Jacksonville. Definitely cool to see.
Have to be on the field to catch them or drop them, that's the main concern. Injuries take there toll over time. Hopefully Jesse can keep improving too. It may keep Jesse hungry to improve as he has over time.
Against the Steelers, should Brady throw to the wide open receiver, or the slightly less wide open receiver...
He had 10 solid catches and looked like a world beater in that game, but it was based on the situation, more than him being some uncoverable ball magnet. He had some drops too.
Please go over his career numbers, you will see his catching ability is suspect thru out his pro
career. Drops one's he should catch.
I have no concerns for him at tight end except injuries. If he's on the field, he's proven to be an asset. So I'm excited about next year for him. Think we'll see good things.
He can catch, his problem is always getting hurt. He has some good YAC ability, for sure.
And that definitely describes Jesse James.
And this is why SF got rid of him, what for a fourth rounder. The Steelers overpaid for this player
catch 10 passes this week drop 2 next week receiver, over and under of him playing 10 games?
Uhh, before we get too gaga over Vance.
Against Jax 5 of his 10 catches and 57 of his 112 yds came in the last 4 minutes of the game
Vance's career high game for receptions was 6, before the Jags game. And 5 of the 10 in that game came in the last four minutes - with prevent D in garbage time.
Look, Vance is an improvement, if he can stay healthy, over JJ. But that's about all.
He can't stay on the field.