An Analysis of Jets WR Stephen Hill

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Secondly, the Jets were in the market for a down the field threat, as they haven’t had a good one since Braylon Edwards departed. But yet, for some reason, the Jets were being most associated with Michael Floyd. My question is, why? Hill averaged 29.3 yards per catch. while Floyd averaged a mere 11.5 yards per catch.

For their college careers? Stephen Hill averaged 25.4 yards per catch, against Floyd’s mere 13.6 yards. Clearly, Hill is the better fit, based on what the Jets were looking for. A deep threat opens it up for the ground and pound, and Stephen Hill will be just that.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Georgia Tech, Ground And Pound, Justin Blackmon, Michael Floyd, NY Jets, Ny Jets Draft, Randy Moss, Sanjay Lal, Stephen Hill, Wide Receiver

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