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    Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    Currently under contract: Bernard Berrian, Sidney Rice, Bobby Wade, Aundrae Allison, Jaymar Johnson, Darius Reynaud, Glenn Holt

    http://www.capitaljscorner.com/2009/...alysis-wr.html

    I don't know about you guys, however, its alot better than......

    Nate Burleson, Keenan Howry , Koren Robinson , Marcus Robinson, Travis Taylor, and Troy Williamson .
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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Currently under contract: Bernard Berrian, Sidney Rice, Bobby Wade, Aundrae Allison, Jaymar Johnson, Darius Reynaud, Glenn Holt

    http://www.capitaljscorner.com/2009/...alysis-wr.html

    I don't know about you guys, however, its alot better than......

    Nate Burleson, Keenan Howry , Koren Robinson , Marcus Robinson, Travis Taylor, and Troy Williamson .
    I not sure about that. Berrian is good and I love Wade but The rest are unproven. I liked Koren. Marcus was a pretty good WR in the redzone and Travis was a workhorse. If Rice comes around I would say we are a little better but not much.

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Currently under contract: Bernard Berrian, Sidney Rice, Bobby Wade, Aundrae Allison, Jaymar Johnson, Darius Reynaud, Glenn Holt

    http://www.capitaljscorner.com/2009/...alysis-wr.html

    I don't know about you guys, however, its alot better than......

    Nate Burleson, Keenan Howry , Koren Robinson , Marcus Robinson, Travis Taylor, and Troy Williamson .
    I not sure about that. Berrian is good and I love Wade but The rest are unproven. I liked Koren. Marcus was a pretty good WR in the redzone and Travis was a workhorse. If Rice comes around I would say we are a little better but not much.
    Excellent points.
    For me though, I just thought that Nate developed a rep only because of the impact Randy brought and he as over rated.
    Koren and Marcus were nothing but role players as well.
    Just nobody on that crop really would have worried me if I was a D coord.

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    I know I might be a homer but we should really look at this guy. He was a beast at Wisconsin. Turn him into a WR. Remember he did this with a nobody at QB.

    Travis Beckum

    As a sophomore he caught 61 balls for 903 yards with 5 touchdowns.
    With offenses keying on him his junior year and no other vertical threat present, Beckum raised his level of play and caught 75 passes for 982 yards and 6 touchdowns.
    [size=12pt]His greatest attribute is his [/size][size=12pt]route running[/size].
    He has good speed and he has extremely good quickness, body control and football intelligence.
    Simply put, [size=12pt]this kid knows how to get open[/size] and make plays.
    http://www.nfldraftdog.com/2009_NFL_Draft/Travis%20Beckum.htm

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    I think we do spend our 1st round draft pick on Kenny Britt. He's big fast strong... possession receiver that we need. young still. love it...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a98USWn8dG0

    and he can block!!!!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HYzZzufMRU

    and maybe can even play some DB for us... haha

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5bmvT8odZ4&feature=related

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    sorry i don't know how to pull up the video directly to the site...

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    OUr WR core needs
    to be re-worked. I know a lot of us love these guys but many of them are just space filler.

    I would move everyone from AA down.
    Wade should be a 4th WR and would be on most teams. Good WR but defiantly not a # 2.
    BB stays but should be a compliment to a prime time target. Rice could be a solid # 3 if he developed. I believe we need 1 more WR and that is why we pursude TJH. We have one of the worst corps in the league.

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    "marstc09" wrote:
    I know I might be a homer but we should really look at this guy. He was a beast at Wisconsin. Turn him into a WR. Remember he did this with a nobody at QB.

    Travis Beckum

    As a sophomore he caught 61 balls for 903 yards with 5 touchdowns.
    With offenses keying on him his junior year and no other vertical threat present, Beckum raised his level of play and caught 75 passes for 982 yards and 6 touchdowns.
    [size=12pt]His greatest attribute is his [/size][size=12pt]route running[/size].
    He has good speed and he has extremely good quickness, body control and football intelligence.
    Simply put, [size=12pt]this kid knows how to get open[/size] and make plays.
    http://www.nfldraftdog.com/2009_NFL_Draft/Travis%20Beckum.htm
    So baically if he came here nothing would change.

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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    OUr WR core needs
    to be re-worked. I know a lot of us love these guys but many of them are just space filler.

    I would move everyone from AA down.
    Wade should be a 4th WR and would be on most teams. Good WR but defiantly not a # 2.
    BB stays but should be a compliment to a prime time target. Rice could be a solid # 3 if he developed. I believe we need 1 more WR and that is why we pursude TJH. We have one of the worst corps in the league.
    Do we have to go through the "Whole Numbers" vs "Role" discussion again......

    Wade is a slot guy.
    Even if you want to stick to the #'rs thing, most equate that to a number 3 guy.
    Jeezzzzzz ;D
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    Re: Pre-Draft Positional Analysis - WR

    Dont like this years wideouts in the draft, outside of Crabtree.

    Hope we go elsewhere with our first rounder.


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