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View Poll Results: Grade Current Depth of the Wide Receiver Position
A - Among the League Elite 27 77.14%
B - Very Good, Could Be Improved 6 17.14%
C - Manageable, FA or Draft Pick is Needed 2 5.71%
D - Uh, Houston, We Have A Problem... 0 0%
F - What the @#$& do you call that?!? 0 0%
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Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Drew is so badass i could catch 50 passes in this offense...lol...

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Old 03-16-2010, 02:24 PM   #11
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

Drew is so badass i could catch 50 passes in this offense...lol

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Old 03-16-2010, 07:04 PM   #12
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

No point in trying to upgrade this position, everything is fine as it stands. Collectively, this group doesn't drop many passes and usually runs great routes.
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Old 03-17-2010, 10:26 AM   #13
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

Let's just look elswhere. This group is among the best in the league and can be mixed and matched to conform and perform in every situation we would need. Payton+Brees+these guys=passing success.
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Old 03-17-2010, 05:12 PM   #14
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

We can pretty much plug and play with wr's in this offense but I like our core group, maybe upgrade the position with a better wr who can help in the return game, A. Arrington is WAY TO HYPED on message boards he's made 1 play since he's been here and many want to crown him, he is who we thought he was, a project wr. Colston, Meachem, Lance and Devery with Reggie on the field at the same time, if you were a defense would you want to try and defend or just save the embarrassment and let them have the TD??
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Old 03-17-2010, 11:45 PM   #15
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

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A. Arrington is WAY TO HYPED on messageboards...he is who we thought he was, a project wr...
Good assessment; but Meachem has been as much a project and was a R1 pick...

The Colston pick has spoiled many of us and we forget how truly blessed the Saints were to stumble onto him...
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Old 03-18-2010, 07:45 AM   #16
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Re: Position Breakdown: Wide Receiver

( In meachems defense his PT problems were mental things he'd line up in the wrong spot run incorrect routes so SP wouldn't trust him out there)

Great players always fall and get picked up in areas where if they could have a do over would have been picked much higher, its on the scouting dept to evaluate the players instead of watching espn and getting info. The 06 draft class spoiled us as fans and raised our expectations for the scouting dept to an unreasonable level, yes ideally you want to make great decisions for the picks you make and the players you sign but we dont live in a perfect world, for every Marques Colston and Lance Moore we pick up, we may get a Kareem Moore and Talman Gardner so its the luck of the draw.

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