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Old 01-22-2006, 02:36 PM   #1
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Expectations for a #2 guy

I know we got a lot of threads based on who the Redskins will sign for a #2 (Eric Moulds, Reggie Wayne, Antwan Randle El, etc). However what should we expect next year from whoever we sign in terms of yards and receptions?
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Old 01-22-2006, 02:50 PM   #2
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

I would love to have 50+ receptions and 650+ yds from my #2. More specifically, I would be looking for a 13+ yard average per reception and a couple first down receptions per game.

If Reggie Wayne is our #2, I'd raise the reception and yardage expectations by 50%. In my eyes Reggie Wayne is a #1a receiver.
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Old 01-22-2006, 02:58 PM   #3
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

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If you don't feel the numbers will be the same, or even similar, why not state your expections for a #2 with respect to each qb on the roster?
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Old 01-22-2006, 04:11 PM   #4
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

Except the yards per catch, I guess we already have a #2 Wr. Chris Cooley. Cooley put up those numbers. But I know what you mean, From a true WR.
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

They need a guy that can consistently beat single coverage. Whoever ends up as the #2 is going to have a great chance to put up some numbers especially early in the year. Cooley and Moss are going to see a lot of attention. I like the wideouts if Patten ends up as a #3. He did very well in that role in New England.

Moulds - too expensive for what is left in the tank
Wayne - If he is franchised forget it
T.O. - too expensive

The more I think about it, I like K-Robinson. He is an idiot but he could certainly be an effective #2.
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Old 01-22-2006, 04:52 PM   #6
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as long as hes making plays, and we win more games.
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#2 guy has to be good for at least 700 yards a season.
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

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I know we got a lot of threads based on who the Redskins will sign for a #2 (Eric Moulds, Reggie Wayne, Antwan Randle El, etc). However what should we expect next year from whoever we sign in terms of yards and receptions?

with saunders calling the plays, i expect we are going to see more passes all around. should help us l;and a #2 receiver.
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They need a guy that can consistently beat single coverage. Whoever ends up as the #2 is going to have a great chance to put up some numbers especially early in the year. Cooley and Moss are going to see a lot of attention. I like the wideouts if Patten ends up as a #3. He did very well in that role in New England.

Moulds - too expensive for what is left in the tank
Wayne - If he is franchised forget it
T.O. - too expensive

The more I think about it, I like K-Robinson. He is an idiot but he could certainly be an effective #2.

k robinson would be a good choice. he returns kicks. the larger question is whether he is in control of himself. if he is, he would be a great pickup. but he is not without risk
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

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They need a guy that can consistently beat single coverage. Whoever ends up as the #2 is going to have a great chance to put up some numbers especially early in the year. Cooley and Moss are going to see a lot of attention. I like the wideouts if Patten ends up as a #3. He did very well in that role in New England.

Moulds - too expensive for what is left in the tank
Wayne - If he is franchised forget it
T.O. - too expensive

The more I think about it, I like K-Robinson. He is an idiot but he could certainly be an effective #2.
moulds might be willing to settle for an incentive laden contract.. he will be out to prove himself this coming year. since buffalo looks to be picking jauron as coach, the emphasis is going to be on the defensive side of the ball this coming year.
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

I'd hope for around atleast 650-750 yards and about 50-60 catches/4-7 TDs, but of course those #'s would go up with someone on the talent level of Wayne.
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a good no. 2 should be a guy that creates enough space to consistently move the chains when we need a first.
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a #2 receiver should catch the balls thrown his way and create space for s moss
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

i think the #2 will be cooley as the H-back position. The second wr just has to catch and get yards after the catch on a regular basis. I don't care who it is.
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Re: Expectations for a #2 guy

Who will be throwing the ball does not matter.

Our expectations for a number 2 should be that he threaten a defense enough that they cannot exclusively try to shut down Moss. We have a deep threat in Moss, and a mid threat with Cooley. If our 2 can just do enough to get respect from the opposing defense, it will make the offense better.

Maybe asking "Who will be calling/designing the plays?" would make more of a difference.
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