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The Bruce Exclusive: The myth of receiver size and the red zone

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Height =/= red zone effectiveness

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On this episode of “The Bruce Exclusive,” Bruce makes an argument that receiver size is not strongly correlated with red-zone and goal-line effectiveness. Why do teams target their tall receivers the most inside the 10? Is there a flaw in goal-line play-calling that lends itself towards a bias for tall receivers? What does it mean for the Buffalo Bills in the recent past and the future?

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