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Dalton Kincaid: Beane's best pick since Allen?


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50 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Called it draft day. One of my favorite guys last year. We definitely need a better outside receiver to make DK even more dangerous. 
 

and he’s a great guy but that Knox contract is so bad now. 

Nothing wrong with having two good TE's.  Regardless of his limitations Knox is a RZ weapon that scores a lot of TD's and he's a plus blocker.

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13 hours ago, Man with No Name said:

MIlano is a stud. i was thinking he was from the previous regime

 

Milano was a McDermott pick, not a Beane one. 

 

 

I think Kincaid and Cook are really good. The positives of this season are those two and Bernard IMO. 

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I *****in love this guy. 

 

He's going to hold the Bills TE catches record for a season, this season.

 

Shout out Pete Metzelaars, buddy you took a beating for that record and had it a long time. 

13 hours ago, Success said:

He gets separation, has great hands, and very good YAC.  Mismatch for opposing D's, and when Knox comes back will be even more of a threat.

 

I see a guy w/ potential to be like Kelce.  Not AS good, since Kelce is the GOAT or close to it - but the same kind of 24x7 outlet for Allen.

 

Thoughts?

 

The kid has a ton of potential and I think your assessment is spot on.

 

He can be Kincaid, first of his kind though. 

 

***** Kelce!

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2 hours ago, BuffaloBillyG said:

Fun fact about Kincaid this season. At 51 catches he already has more catches in a single season in 10 games than Gabe Davis has had in an entire season (his season high is 48 last year.) 

 

Also Kincaid had more catches just last night than Gabe has had over the last THREE games combined.

 

 

 

With 35% fewer catches, Davis has 12% more yards, more 1st downs and more than twice as many TDs.

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Nope 

 

Bernard. By a mile

2 hours ago, BuffaloBillyG said:

Fun fact about Kincaid this season. At 51 catches he already has more catches in a single season in 10 games than Gabe Davis has had in an entire season (his season high is 48 last year.) 

 

Also Kincaid had more catches just last night than Gabe has had over the last THREE games combined.

Different catches tho, in fairness 

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2 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

 

 

With 35% fewer catches, Davis has 12% more yards, more 1st downs and more than twice as many TDs.

As he should being a WR and running deeper routes. 

3 minutes ago, Bill Grundy said:

Nope 

 

Bernard. By a mile

Different catches tho, in fairness 

Agree wholeheartedly. And Kincaid is often a hot route option where Davis isn't. So that's a bonus. Fair to say Davis also has 200 more snaps on the season.

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Beane has been mostly horrible in the draft but really starting to look like Kincaid is truly his best pick in years.

 

I was skeptical of this kid coming in and having a real impact as a rookie (especially with this coaching staff) but he's proven he's an elite talent.

 

I think Torrance has shown well too even though he hasn't been a Creed Humphrey type of pick I was hoping for but that type of thing is obviously rare too unless you are a top 10 oline pick.

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    I love Kincaid. I also love the fact that a rookie is being allowed to have the season he’s having on a McD team.

   One concern I have:

    Kincaid invariably puts his head down and tries to deliver the blow to the defender. I’m the process he puts the ball ( and his hands and arms) on the defender’s helmet. This happens way over 50% of the time.

    From a guy who has demonstrated nice body control, I think he’s leaving yards on the field sometimes. And he’s clearly putting the ball and his catching extremities in harms way. 
    Picky? Maybe , but it seems coachable and I’d like to see him dodge a few guys from time to time instead of always seeking contact.

    Flame away

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56 minutes ago, The Firebaugh Kid said:

BPA is the way to go in the draft. This proves it. 

The Cooler continues to clean house. 

Consider it severance pay, take the train. 

This next Draft we should probably go WR in the 1st round we need someone better behind Diggs in WR2 and also to eventually take his spot has he gets older.

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17 hours ago, Whkfc said:

As I just said in another thread. I love Kincaid I think he will be a top 3 TE for the next 8 to 10 years. He could be the next Kelsey. He has it all size speed and hands

Kincaid is a better athlete than Kelce, in my opinion, but what makes Kelce great is his ability to consistently find open space. He is always open, somehow. He is also a little bigger than Kincaid.

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4 hours ago, CincyBillsFan said:

Kincaid is blocking a lot better them most of us thought he would.  There were a couple of great examples in yesterday's game.

 

 

 

Never been a fan of the draft takes that say things like will "never" be an able blocker before a player has had any time working with NFL position coaches that can coach up that ability a bit.

He has good balance and is quick off the line and has shown some good positioning on reach blocks on the edge, granted his technique still needs work as he has also given up some quick inside rushes when trying to set those up, but you can see progress. Needs some work on his picks/rubs as he mauled some defenders earlier this year, but all those things are things I feel he will correct quickly.

 

No club would be looking for big time inline blocking ability from Kincaid, that is not what we need from him as a great pass catching threat. Just holding his own long enough to spring the occasional outside zone run vs wider alignments or being able to reach/block and help seal the outside edges on stretch runs, sweeps, swing passes, screens, etc...

 

Really liked that smart blocking he did downfield on that Shakir TD - just throwing a bit of a hip check on a defender to throw them off their angle of pursuit.


 

 

 

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