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$In March 2019, we signed a three-year, $ 27 million contract with Bills.

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How does John Brown’s advanced stats for 2020 compare to other wide receivers?

This section compares his advanced stats with players in the same position. The bar represents the player’s percentile rank. For example, if the bar is in the middle, the player falls into the 50th percentile of that metric and is considered average. The longer the bar, the better for the player.

  • Air yard per game

    The number of air yards he averages per game. The airyard measures the distance the ball is thrown downfield, both at the completion and incompleteness of the pass. If the path targets behind the line of scrimmage, the airyard will be recorded as a negative value. All airyard data is from Sports Info Solutions and does not include disposables as a target path.

  • Air yard per snap

    The number of airyards he averages per attack snap.

  • % Team Air Yard

    Percentage of the team’s total airyards he occupies.

  • % Team target

    The percentage of the team’s total target he describes.

  • Average depth of target

    This statistic, also known as aDOT, measures the average down distance of the field he is targeting.

  • Catch rate

    The number of catches taken divided by the number of quarterback targets.

  • Drop rate

    The number of passes he dropped divided by the number of quarterback targets.

  • Average yard after catch

    The number of yards earned after catching at the reception.

Average depth of target

12.2 yards

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Measurable review

How does John Brown’s measurable compare to other wide receivers?

This section compares his draft workout metric with a player in the same position. The bar represents the player’s percentile rank. For example, if the bar is in the middle, the player falls into the 50th percentile of that metric and is considered average.

After two seasons of injuries threatened to upset Brown’s career, he stayed healthy last year, winning a three-year $ 27 million contract in Buffalo and guaranteeing $ 10.1 million in Bills. It has become the de facto number one receiver. At 5-11, 178, Brown is small but very fast-he ran 4.3440 in the 2014 combine. He achieved an average of 17.0 YPC in Baltimore everywhere last year and made four catches over 40 yards with just 97 targets. Given his small frame, Brown is unlikely to be in the main red zone and is also a long shot of well over 100 targets. However, Josh Allen has his arm to bring the ball downfield, and Bills’ acceptance corps beyond Brown is thin-Zay Jones, Cole Beasley (for slots) and Robert Forster. Brown seems to have overcome the malaise he suffered in 2016 while fighting both cysts and sickle cell traits and is perfectly healthy at the time of the press.

Brown’s key is always healthy, not talent. Brown can fly, albeit slightly at 5-11, 179-4.34 40 at the 2014 combine, 8 catches over 40 yards at the first 113 career receptions. He made seven touchdowns with 1,003 yard in his second season with the Cardinals, but the sickle cell trait that caused fatigue upset 2016 and slowed healing of toe and quad injuries. , Last season it took 6 games. This year, Brown realized he was in Baltimore and replaced Mike Wallace as the team’s second ostensibly receiver, pose a serious threat to the other side of the Michael Crabtree. It’s not an ideal landing point-Joe Flacco averaged 5.7YPA last year-but there’s a chance if Brown can stay healthy.

Brown, who played 15 games last year, was a former self-shell to deal with pre-season concussion and fatigue and pain from spinal cysts that were not discovered and removed until the off-season. During the press, Brown regains his usual energy and engages in his usual off-season activities. He says this wasn’t possible when he played last year. At 5-11, 179, Brown is small, but he can run a burning 4.34 40 and take the top of the defense-6 catches over 40 yards with 101 targets, 15.4 YPC and 9.9 in 2015 YPT. Not particularly physical, he has good ball skills and good hands. Brown noticed that Michael Floyd had left and only veteran Larry Fitzgerald was in a good position to rarely see a target in the recent field above him on the depth chart. Fitzgerald was leading the league at the reception last year, but turned 34 in August and the 6.8YPT was one of the worst in the league. The Cardinals need a desperate wideout for intermediate and deep routes, and the £ 161 Speedster JJ Nelson probably doesn’t. Arizona is just as thin at the tight end, and star RB David Johnson will see a lot of short looks, but that shouldn’t affect Brown’s role. Brown has always had the skills, and this year-if health allows-he finally has the opportunity.

Brown did a lot with 101 targets last year and turned them into 1,003 yard, 9.9 YPT clips. This is the second best of the league’s 32 100 target receivers. On 5-11, 179, running a burning 4.34 40, Brown is the team’s field stretcher, playing deeply in safety and opening the middle of the field. Still, Brown saw an amazing amount of Red Zone work (17 targets in 15 games), despite the much larger Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. That said, Brown will probably have to wait another year for the workload to increase significantly. Even at the age of 33, Fitzgerald seemed to have something left in the tank, and after a disastrous 2014, Floyd bounced off and looked like a player who broke out in 2013. Another variable is the 36-year-old quarterback Carson Palmer. A year ago it was high level, but it has defeated his long career. Assuming Palmer stays healthy, Brown should remain one of the league’s most productive per-target wideouts, with some benefits if Fitzgerald or Floyd goes down. There is.

Speedy (4.34 40) Brown was drafted to take the lead in defense while Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald were working under it. However, despite some big play mid-year, Brown averaged only 6.8 YPT, including a 75-yard TD catch with 81 seconds remaining in the eighth week to defeat the Eagles. Only two of the 103 targets are 40 or more yards. To be fair, the Cardinals played most of the year in backup quarterbacks, some with third stringer Ryan Lindley, and Brown first touched the NFL’s defense in the rookie’s third round. But it’s hard to see Brown surpassing last year’s total goal, as Larry Fitzgerald is back for another year and Michael Floyd is offering about the same speed in a much larger size. .. In addition, some of these targets could enter the red zone — at 5-11, 179, Brown was dwarfed by other top wideouts in Arizona.

Brown, who was ranked 91st overall in the 2014 NFL Draft, is a venous burner for his teammate Ted Jin, boasting a speed of 4.34 in 5-10 and 179 frames. Cardinals’ proud defensive backfield was unable to contain Brown during the opening practice of the training camp, but he was at best a speculative second half in the draft until his production was revealed in a pre-season contest. It is a dart of. Nonetheless, if he keeps pace, he can steal Gin very well in the 3-wide set, which is viable in many formats behind the powerful Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. Guarantee.

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