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  • #31
    Originally posted by Mr. Stiller View Post
    Wow..

    Right now... I'm going with Proven 3-sets.. because i'm not going to put a rookie #1/#2/#3 over a guy proven.

    1) Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald -> Anquan Boldin -> Bryant Johnson
    2) Bengals: Chad Johnson -> TJ Houshmanzadeh -> Chris Henry
    3) Rams: Isaac Bruce -> Torry Holt -> Drew Bennett
    4) Patriots: Randy Moss -> Dante Stallworth -> Reche Caldwell
    5) Cowboys: Terrell Owens -> Terry Glenn -> Patrick Crayton
    6) Packers: Donald Driver -> Greg Jennings -> Robert Ferguson
    7) Broncos: Rod Smith -> Javon Walker -> Brandon Marshall
    8) Ravens: Derrick Mason -> Patrick Clayton -> Demetrius Williams
    9) Jaguars: Reggie Williams -> Matt Jones -> Ernest Wilford
    10) Steelers: Hines Ward -> Santonio Holmes -> Cedrick Wilson


    Top 3 using Rooks:

    1) Lions : Roy Williams -> Calvin Johnson -> Mike Furrey
    2) Colts: Marvin Harrison -> Reggie Wayne -> Anthony Gonzalez
    3) Giants: Plaxico Burress -> Amani Toomer -> Steve Smith
    Disagree with that list...

    It looks ok at first, but steelers should be ahead of most teams... I'd say 5th, and if johnson pans out for the lions, then they should be 2nd.

    The way I see the top 5 is

    Cardinals
    Lions if Johnson works out
    Colts regardless of Gonzalez
    Cowboys
    Steelers

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    • #32
      Originally posted by sweetness34 View Post
      If Mark Bradley can stay healthy we're going to have a pretty darn good recieving core. Berrian had a breakout year last season and is looking to build on that and Moose while old is still a very solid vet.

      Bradley is the most talented WR on our roster. If he hadn't been injured early in his rookie season the guy would've been up for OROY. Big time playmaker, can stretch the field, runs good routes, and very good hands. Add Rashied Davis who at the #4 slot is pretty good value and I like what we've got, but we aren't a top 10 WR core, yet. If Bradley pans out and has the year I think he can have I'd say we could end up in the top 10.

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      • #33
        Man, theres a lot of homers on these boards.
        To be honest, I don't think the Broncos are top 5/10.
        The starting WR's for them will most likely be Walker and Brandon Marshall, with Rod Smith or Stokley in the slot. Just too unpredictable aside form Walker with that WR corps. I expect Marshall to be a solid #2, but he needs to show signs of progression and Smith and Stokley are both old WR's who will be coming off of injuries from last year.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by bryanGENE View Post
          Can you read? I said "potentially."


          Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

          Originally posted by JBCX
          Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by sweetness34 View Post
            Can you read? I said "potentially."
            With what? Invisible ink?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by ny10804 View Post
              With what? Invisible ink?
              It was implied with "if." If things pan out it could happen, I never said it would. Nor did I say we were top 10 right now.

              Edit: Is it likely to happen? Probably not. But we seem to be playing the "what if" game on this board so I figured I'd join the fun. Berrian and Bradley are two very talented young WR's, and Moose is a savvy veteran. So you never know.
              Last edited by sweetness34; 05-14-2007, 02:31 PM.


              Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

              Originally posted by JBCX
              Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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              • #37
                What makes the Colts trio so dangerous is...PEYTON MANNING.
                The Bengals have a nasty trio though the 3rd piece'll miss the first 8 games.
                The Pats with Moss and Stallworth going long... watch out for Welker to eat up a lot of yards underneath.
                Rams would be up there but Bruce is up there in age. We'll see how they play.
                Lions are lookin' nice... and the Cards are just disgusting.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by tom View Post
                  Cardinals
                  Lions if Johnson works out
                  Colts regardless of Gonzalez
                  Cowboys
                  Steelers
                  Are you kidding? Steelers recievers better than the Bengals? LOL

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by sweetness34 View Post
                    If Mark Bradley can stay healthy we're going to have a pretty darn good recieving core. Berrian had a breakout year last season and is looking to build on that and Moose while old is still a very solid vet.

                    Bradley is the most talented WR on our roster. If he hadn't been injured early in his rookie season the guy would've been up for OROY. Big time playmaker, can stretch the field, runs good routes, and very good hands. Add Rashied Davis who at the #4 slot is pretty good value and I like what we've got, but we aren't a top 10 WR core, yet. If Bradley pans out and has the year I think he can have I'd say we could end up in the top 10.
                    Although I agree, IF bradley pans out, they could manage to be in the top 10.
                    Bradley's hands are so-so. They're nothing great, but they're not bad. They're about average for a 3rd WR. He's still got great potential... And the AFC gives berrian crap because they never actually watch him, but he's got tremedous game speed. Just watch the second play of every bears game. First play is run, second play is PA running Bernard Berrian on the streak. It's not like teams haven't been able to see that one coming.

                    But if it was just 3 WR's on a team. I'd pick holt, bruce, and jackson. So SJ is a RB, he can still catch and really blow up the passing game. Not as the best, but as one...

                    The Pats have probably the most consistant talent in terms of depth and goods.
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                    • #40
                      Our WRs kinda fell off last year.

                      Moss is a solid #1
                      Brandon Lloyd was a disappointment for our number two, hopefully he can get it together this season.
                      Randle El is a perfect #3 slot receiver, good complement to Moss.

                      With Campbell having a full offseason with them, look for some good passing this season. Though I'd much rather run the ball 30+ times with Portis and Betts, I want Campbell to post a threat aswell.

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                      • #41
                        The Eagles WR are under-rated. Definately not the best though.

                        Reggie Brown, Kevin Curtis, Hank Baskett.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Go_Eagles77 View Post
                          The Eagles WR are under-rated. Definately not the best though.

                          Reggie Brown, Kevin Curtis, Hank Baskett.
                          Underrated by who?
                          Curtis was a slot receiver who will be a #2 (didn't work out pretty well for Randle El), Baskett was a rookie, and Brown is far from being a top 10 #1 WR. The Eagles trio is above average...

                          The better trio, right now, is Arizona's. Followed by Cincinnati (with Henry), and Indianapolis should be there even with Gonzo being a rookie, because their #1 and #2 are both top 10 in the league, with Harrison being top 3. St Louis should be there too with Holt, Bruce and Bennett who should dominate as a slot receiver. The Patriots could be there, but it all depends on Moss, if he can come back to his form. Dallas is on the mix with a great starting duo of Glenn and Owens and Crayton who is a very good slot receiver.


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                          • #43
                            Cards
                            Colts
                            Rams
                            Bengals
                            no order
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                            • #44
                              I'd take the Cardinals' top 2 over anybody else's top 3. And Bryant Johnson isn't so bad as a 3rd receiver-- he'd start for a lot of teams. But Fitz and Boldin are just the most physically intimidating duo in the league. They'll block, catch it over the middle, stretch the field, and run after the catch. Matt Leinart is the luckiest QB on the planet-- well if Grimm is able to fix his OL he is.

                              Oh, and the original poster who listed the Niners as a possibility-- no way. At least not yet. D-Jack is decent, and maybe Hill will be good. I like his potential, but it's just potential at this point. Brandon Williams has looked good this offseason and we all know Lelie has some speed. And Niner fans everywhere like Battle, a tough guy who will block and doesn't get tackled easily. But still, Jackson might be the only legitimate starter on the team-- Lelie and Battle might both be best suited for #3 receiver roles and Williams and Hill have yet to step up on the field. Niners top trio, whoever it is that's in it, isn't in the league's top 15, maybe not top 20.
                              Last edited by stl9erfan; 05-14-2007, 04:05 PM.

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                              • #45
                                Arizona's 3-some is tough


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