Juron Criner: “Trust Me”


Matt Waldman:

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Raiders receiver Juron Criner made a play this weekend against the Saints that was typical, if not easier, than what he did at Arizona. I think he could continue to earn time in the starting lineup this year. He has Cris Carter-like hands and body control. Big shoes to fill, but he’s worthy of the compliment if he continues to work. See below.

Originally posted on The Rookie Scouting Portfolio:

Arizona WR Juron Criner is a “Trust Me” player. See below (trust me).

Whether it was in a stadium, the park, the street, or your friend’s back yard, I know you’ve been in a situation where you knew you could take the man assigned to you. All you had to do was convince your quarterback. The fewer the words, the better.

“Trust me.”

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