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    I like Williamson the most he is a track good he has decent hands and is 6'4.

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    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    I like Williamson the most he is a track good he has decent hands and is 6'4.
    Yeah I kind of like him almost as much as the top two and think Edwards may be a little overrated. I think Williamson could easily be a 1,000 yard receiver within two years in this league.

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    He would fit very well with Nate. I dont really buy that Nate is just a posseion WR. He has some big play capabilities he doesnt have blow away speed but he is very shifty.

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    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    I dont think the Offense will lose a step Robinson is a very good wideout Burleson has a huge upside. To me it seemed the Culpepper started to throw to him a lot more in the 4th quarters of games. Although I do think we need to add some people to our WR core. We dont have to use any of our first round picks on wideouts. There will be Parrish from Miami and some of the Sooners wideout still there later in the draft.
    we NEED to draft a WR in the first round!
    I think we could definitely use a WR in the first round, but we can grab one of those second tier guys ( Williamson, Clayton and the guy whose name I can't remember) at No. 18.

    Clayton is not the answer, trust me. He is not fast and is 5'9. He is more of the style of receiver that burleson is. We need a deep threat at WR and mike, braylon and troy williamson are the only ones out there. Willamson will not make it to 18 either. Washington, dallas, SD, carolina, and KC are all interested in drafting him.

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    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    He would fit very well with Nate. I dont really buy that Nate is just a posseion WR. He has some big play capabilities he doesnt have blow away speed but he is very shifty.

    Notice that nates big plays came in games moss played. Moss took the attention that allowed nate to make the big plays. We need a WR to draw that attention. Nate is good, but not a deep threat, unless we can get another WR in here to draw some attention and be a deep threat.

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    "muchluv4smoot" wrote:
    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    He would fit very well with Nate. I dont really buy that Nate is just a posseion WR. He has some big play capabilities he doesnt have blow away speed but he is very shifty.

    Notice that nates big plays came in games moss played. Moss took the attention that allowed nate to make the big plays. We need a WR to draw that attention. Nate is good, but not a deep threat, unless we can get another WR in here to draw some attention and be a deep threat.
    Nate had 141 yards receiving at Lambeau without Moss and made a couple of big plays. Just because a receiver is not a serious deep threat does not mean he needs one to make big plays. T.O. has never been known for catching the longball and lord knows he does not have anyone around him being a deep threat. T.O. makes a lot of 10-15 yard catches and can shed tackles. Nate is very similar (admitedly, not quite T.O. though) And Kelly Campbell and Marcus Robinson have been known to catch the longball.
    I would still like one of those receivers, but Burleson is a lefit No. 1 in this league.

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    "midgensa" wrote:
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    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    He would fit very well with Nate. I dont really buy that Nate is just a posseion WR. He has some big play capabilities he doesnt have blow away speed but he is very shifty.

    Notice that nates big plays came in games moss played. Moss took the attention that allowed nate to make the big plays. We need a WR to draw that attention. Nate is good, but not a deep threat, unless we can get another WR in here to draw some attention and be a deep threat.
    Nate had 141 yards receiving at Lambeau without Moss and made a couple of big plays. Just because a receiver is not a serious deep threat does not mean he needs one to make big plays. T.O. has never been known for catching the longball and lord knows he does not have anyone around him being a deep threat. T.O. makes a lot of 10-15 yard catches and can shed tackles. Nate is very similar (admitedly, not quite T.O. though) And Kelly Campbell and Marcus Robinson have been known to catch the longball.
    I would still like one of those receivers, but Burleson is a lefit No. 1 in this league.


    Deep threat is not what nate is. Yes he is a big play WR because he can break tackles and is awesome after the catch. But we need a DEEP THREAT wr. Someone that the D will fear when he goes downfield on a streek. We don't have that. Edwards, troy, and williams are the only 3 deep threat guys, and none will be there at 18.

    Also, who didn't have 100+ yards on green bay?

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    "muchluv4smoot" wrote:
    Deep threat is not what nate is. Yes he is a big play WR because he can break tackles and is awesome after the catch. But we need a DEEP THREAT wr. Someone that the D will fear when he goes downfield on a streek. We don't have that. Edwards, troy, and williams are the only 3 deep threat guys, and none will be there at 18.

    Also, who didn't have 100+ yards on green bay?
    I already said that Nate was not a deep threat. I said we don't need a stud deep threat. Robinson and Campbell will do. Other than Moss and maybe Chad Johnson, there are no deep threat receivers in the league that demand tons of coverage like you are suggesting.
    T.O. is more of a route runner than deep threat, Harrison is definitely a route runner, Muhhamad, Horn, etc. All great receivers without being known as longball hitters.
    They can all go long, as can Burleson, but none of them do it regulary, and none of them are running with serious deep threats "drawing coverage" away from them. Nate will be just fine.

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    It's simple, we need mike wiliams, braylon edwards or troy williamson, or our receiving corp won't be very good. Burleson is good yes, but not ready for that much attention. Robinson showed us when moss was out, that we can't count on him as a #2 WR and cambell isn't even gonna be on our team next year to be a deep threat.

    We have a week receiving corp right now behind burleson and we need to add a serious threat to play next to him. Williamson, williams and edwards are the only 3 WR's in the draft that can do this next year in the NFL.

    And yes I know D wins championships, but we don't need any D players that will be there at 7, so take a stud WR. Get the pass rushing DE and SS we need with the #18 and #49 pick. The WR will start for us, the DE and SS will be coming off the bench.

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