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  • #61
    It has to be the Bucs. I mean look at this.
    WRs

    #1- At the one spot we have the ageless wonder Joey Galloway. He continues to put up 1000 yard seasons despite all the gray in his beard. It is also rumored he can still run a 4.05 forty yard dash......backwards. He is living (not for long) proof that just being fast can get you a spot on a roster.
    #2- Coming in at the number two spot we have the best blocking receiver in the league. Ever since becoming an offensive black hole after a stellar rookie season, Michael Clayton has amazed fans with his self proclaimed "unparalleled" blocking ability. So much that he thinks that it is ok to attack the head coach whenever he (Clayton) is required make a catch on a play designed for him. A fear of dropping the ball? Hell no everyone knows that Michael only blocks...receivers are paid to block, not catch.

    Will he return to his rookie form where he had over 1000 yards? Its a contract year, of course he will.
    #3- Does it matter? The number three receiver only had 18 catches in Gruden's system last year. Though recent rumors have stated that future hall of famer Antonio Bryant is making noise at mini-camp.
    #4- Warrick Dunn, all he will do is catch in Tampa, might as well put him here.
    #5- Chris Simms, He has another man's initials tattooed on the back of his calfs.....I'll just assume he receives.
    TEs
    #1- The Rapist formally known as Jerramy Stevens. Would you want to cover a should-be felon? He will put up big numbers for sure. He will be a big target in the red zone...and a target for cautious fathers in school zones. I can't post a picture of him here due to copyright laws but I found someone that shares certain tendencies with him.

    #2- Ben Troupe, University of Florida product. What else is needed to be said? Everyone knows that offensive prospects from Florida always pan out. See: Jacquez Green, Rex Grossman, and Derrick Gaffney.
    #3- Speaking of Florida products, Tim Tebow. The soon to be undrafted free agent will try to stay local and play for The Jags but the offensive genius Jon Gruden will convince him otherwise. While he has all of the physical tools Gruden covets at QB his lack of experience in a "genius offense", lack of mechanical "flawlessness", and him not being a geriatric will push him towards a skill position.
    Last edited by Bruce Banner; 06-22-2008, 08:38 PM. Reason: broken image

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    • #62
      ^He just convinced me :)

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      • #63
        wow that Chris Sims one was awesome

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        • #64
          I think each tier is pretty much equal, personal preference

          Detroit
          Green Bay
          ----
          Arizona
          Cleveland
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          Cincinnati
          New England
          Indianapolis

          Moss is probably the best WR in the league right now, but he's their only good receiver. Welker is a good #3, but he gets way too much props since he wouldn't be a starter on most NFL teams.

          Thanks to BK for the sig

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          • #65
            Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
            I still think its the Pats. Moss is the most dynamic WR the NFL has ever seen since Jerry Rice. Ive never seen a WR impact a defensive gameplan like Randy Moss. Even though Rice is better than Moss, even Rice never impacted a defensive gameplan the way Moss does. Moss is a once in 20 years talent.

            Wes Welker is the perfect slot WR. You ask your slot to stretch the field horizontally, and Welker does that better than anyone.

            Gaffney/Jackson can provide the possession catches. You couple that with Moss stretching the field vertically with Welker stretching it horizontally, with Watson stretching the seam...and you have a lot of space to fit that football through those windows.

            Its gotta be the Patriots.
            Moss and Welker is all New England has! Moss is the best WR in the game right now but that does not give New England the best receving corp. Welker i agree is a great slot WR but thats all he is a "slot guy" not a #1 or !2 just like the other WR's on the team he gets less attention because of Moss. Welker is the only WR that would be good if moss were not on the team.

            Without Moss the Pats WRs would be a joke

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            • #66
              Starting two:
              1) New England
              2) Arizona
              3) Cincinatti
              4) Indianapolis
              5) Green Bay

              Entire Depth Chart
              1) Green Bay
              2) New England
              3) Cincinatti
              4) Arizona
              5) Indianapolis

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              • #67
                Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                Moss is probably the best WR in the league right now, but he's their only good receiver. Welker is a good #3, but he gets way too much props since he wouldn't be a starter on most NFL teams.
                Welker is a slot WR, he would be a slot WR for everybody, even if he was the most talented WR on a team's roster he would still play slot...Nobody is going to line him up on the line outside vs a #1 corner, people call him overrated because he cannot do that, but that's not how you utilize him...When he is working out of the slot he knows how to get open, find the soft spot in a defense, and is blazing fast after the catch, not to mention running after the catch skills...So if you mean he wouldn't be a starter by saying he won't be the 1 or 2 then your right, but you don't get slot WR's no matter how good, and play them outside...Randle El got that huge contract and played the slot in Washington, even though he was the 2nd best Wr on the team, your seriously underrating how good of a slot WR Welker is.





                Originally posted by Scott Wright
                I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                • #68
                  A lot of receivers would be awesome in the slot with 3 guys covering Randy Moss.

                  Thanks to BK for the sig

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                    A lot of receivers would be awesome in the slot with 3 guys covering Randy Moss.
                    So according to you its impossible for any other WR's to be good that play with Randy Moss.





                    Originally posted by Scott Wright
                    I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                    • #70
                      He's replaceable. You could find a lot of receivers to play in the same system and put up similar numbers.

                      No one cared about him when he was in Miami, and now he goes to the team with the best #1 WR, top QB, great pass blocking OL and celebrated O Coord and it's Wes Welker that is now amazing? I would have to think the scenery has something to do with it. I'm not saying he's a bad player, but there are tons of receivers in the NFL just like him that no one talks about because they don't play for the Patriots.
                      Last edited by umphrey; 06-23-2008, 01:14 AM.

                      Thanks to BK for the sig

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                      • #71
                        How can the 9ers not be in this conversation :)

                        but seriously I say the Patriots there are not many things that they don't have the best of
                        Originally posted by 49erNation85
                        I dunno even half of those guys why did we sign them jeez.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Bruce Banner View Post
                          #5- Chris Simms, He has another man's initials tattooed on the back of his calfs.....I'll just assume he receives.

                          Lol sig quote


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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                            He's replaceable. You could find a lot of receivers to play in the same system and put up similar numbers.

                            No one cared about him when he was in Miami, and now he goes to the team with the best #1 WR, top QB, great pass blocking OL and celebrated O Coord and it's Wes Welker that is now amazing? I would have to think the scenery has something to do with it. I'm not saying he's a bad player, but there are tons of receivers in the NFL just like him that no one talks about because they don't play for the Patriots.
                            Actually Wes Welker was pretty decent in an awful Miami Offense, thats why the patriots traded for him

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                            • #74
                              tennessee, big mike williams, HoF

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                                He's replaceable. You could find a lot of receivers to play in the same system and put up similar numbers.

                                No one cared about him when he was in Miami, and now he goes to the team with the best #1 WR, top QB, great pass blocking OL and celebrated O Coord and it's Wes Welker that is now amazing? I would have to think the scenery has something to do with it. I'm not saying he's a bad player, but there are tons of receivers in the NFL just like him that no one talks about because they don't play for the Patriots.
                                I don't think welker is a "replaceable" player. He is a phenomenal slot WR, there is no one in the league that comes close to what he does in the slot. He would do well on any team that uses 3 and 4 WR sets. Yes, he it does help him that Moss is on his team to take some of the attention away from him but as we saw last year if you don't focus on welker as well he will just kill you. I would love to have welker on my team because he is such a mismatch in the slot and you must account for him on defence which helps the other players get open and yes that includes Moss too.

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