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duece4pres 06-22-2005 09:19 PM

Best WR Corps
:lol: Which team do you believe has the best WR Corps in the league this year.

My top 4 are:

1.Detroit-Charles Rogers, Mike Williams, and Roy Williams (all over 6'3)
2.Oakland-Moss, Porter, and Curry
3.Colts-Harrison, Wayne, and (can't remember his name)
4.SAINTS-Horn, Stallworth, and Henderson/Hakim (Stallworth being the slot reciever is going cause some mismatches for the others)

Tee Off!

papz 06-22-2005 10:06 PM

RE: Best WR Corps

3.Colts-Harrison, Wayne, and (can't remember his name)
Brandon Stokley is his name... our Louisiana-Lafayette product.

I wouldn't even put the Saints top 5... much less at 4. Arizona, St. Louis, Bengals, and the Packers have better corps than us IMO. Not to mention the 3 up there that you stated.

Cards - Fitzgerald, Boldin, Johnson, Lee

Rams - Holt, Bruce, Looker, Curtis, McDonald

Bengals - Johnson, Warrick, Houshmandzadeh, Washington, Henry

Packers - Driver, Walker, Ferguson, Chatman

Detroit - Rodgers, Williams, Williams, Johnson

Oakland - Moss, Porter, Curry, Gabriel

Colts - Harrison, Wayne, Stokley, Walters

Euphoria 06-22-2005 10:16 PM

RE: Best WR Corps
yeah thats more like it... Saints 4th is nuts. Ya hyping there.

WhoDat 06-23-2005 10:06 AM

RE: Best WR Corps
1. Colts - Harrison is a Hall of Famer, Wayne could be a #1 most places, Stockley is the best 3rd in the league.

2. Detroit - most talent, least experience. If all these guys play up to potential, look out.

3. Oakland - Moss - big play guy, Porter - big, Curry - progressing nicely. If Collins can play worth a damn, these guys should be high flying.

4. Arizona - Unfortunately, they won't have much of a QB or RB, so they won't perform up to this ranking, but Boldin, and Fitzgerald are both future stars and Johnson and Lee are pretty darn nice as 3rd and 4th WRs.

5. Rams - Holt and Bruce - enough said. Add in Looker and turf and they're pretty scary. Too bad Martz isn't the mastermind everyone thought, Bulger will get beat up again behind that weak o-line, and their RB situation will continue to be up in the air.

6. Green Bay - Driver and Walker are both average #1 WRs, but together with Favre, they're a great one-two punch. Ferguson and Chatman are both average IMO.

7. New Orleans - Horn is a stud, and if Stallworth can finally have that big season, this group can rise in the rankings. The key to success for this whole group, IMO, is who the 3rd WR will be and will he step up? A 40 catch 3rd WR - especially one with the game-breaking ability of Henderson or Hakim, a healthy Deuce, and a FINALLY consistent AB could put BOTH Horn and Stallworth in the top 10 or 15 in the league in receiving.

Other notable groups - ATL may have an unrespected but successful group. Cincy, obviously. Seattle will have a good group again. Minnesota is potent. Denver has some good WRs, as does Tennessee.

TayTay 06-23-2005 05:23 PM


3.Colts-Harrison, Wayne, and (can't remember his name)
How can you not remeber the name of one of Louisiana's greatest college receivers ever? I take that as an insult to UL. How dare you? Who the hell do you think you are?
Just Jokin'.
But anyway, his name is Brandon Stokley and he is a UL legend

BlackandBlue 06-23-2005 05:35 PM


they won't have much of a QB or RB
JJ will prove you wrong this fall ;)

papz 06-23-2005 05:59 PM

Not only will it be JJ, but Warner will as well. No matter how little mobility and how frequent he fumbles, he can still get the ball down field to those stud receivers. He showed that last year and a lot of people have Green's team getting into the playoff this year... and I'm one of them.

CheramieIII 06-23-2005 07:33 PM

Here's a list from SI.COM, we never get any respect:

AllSaints 06-23-2005 07:52 PM

We are probly in the top 10 not not 5.

spkb25 06-23-2005 09:37 PM


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