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Master Yoda is Best Choice for 3rd Tight End Spot
Yoder, displaying the consistency that has made him a fan favorite, responded to the challenge by turning out solid practice performances day in and day out. The fans in the Family Tent at Disney's Wide World of Sports were treated to two spectacular catches in the end zone, and got up close and personal with Yoder as he almost broke through the tent barrier after making a jumping grab.
When comparing the two tight ends head to head Yoder has a decisive advantage. Three years of NFL experience with outstanding special teams contributions, a Super Bowl Championship, and hustle that often leaves the man in need of intravenous saline after practice completes a three game sweep over the challenging rookie. After Heller spends a year on the practice squad he will make next year's tight end competition tough to call, but as for this year Master Yoda is the only reasonable choice
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