Fantasy warning: Bills ‘don’t care’, Keon Coleman runs ‘slow’ 40 times, overhypes WR skills

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Buffalo Bills weren’t too worried about Keon Coleman’s 40-yard dash performance.

Coleman recorded a time of 4.61 seconds at the NFL Scouting Combine, which was his second slowest among running backs. Fowler succinctly reported on SportsCenter that the Bills “really don’t care.”

“He’s considered slow paced, but he’s an exceptional athlete,” Fowler said. “I even saw some of his high school basketball highlights the other day. Crazy athlete. They have doubts about Josh Allen’s ability to catch the ball, his size, and believe he can just throw the ball 30-40 yards downfield, blowing away guys and cornerbacks and gaining extra yards. They think there’s something here. »

During the 2022-2023 season, Coleman had 108 catches for 1,456 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns. Many college football fans may still remember his performance in Florida State’s season-opening win over LSU, where he had nine catches for 122 yards and three scores. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver was the No. 22 player and ranked No. 5 in Bleacher Report’s final rankings. B/R NFL scout Derrick Klassen described him as a “return-X receiver.”

“For a team looking for bigger goals than numbers, he fits the bill,” Klassen wrote. \ “Physics and Coleman’s ball skills give him a big floor, he drops the ground, and is sufficient to be a real creator with a different ball in his hand. .

Coleman expects a great expectation for an account to replace Stefon Diggs with a 4 -stroke pro bowler. Buffalo wants to hit Justin Jefferson to Justin Jefferson to succeed in Digs in 2020, and hopes to hit the lottery like Minnesotokie buffet.

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