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Old 07-15-2006, 04:08 PM   #1
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Foxsports Wide Receiver/Tight End Rankings

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5785564

This thing is retarded...how could they put the redskins 13th...they are at least top 5

and look at the teams they put ahead of us, it's rediculous...and they don't even give good reasons
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Old 07-15-2006, 06:04 PM   #2
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lloyd and el aren't really proven and our QB isn't peyton manning. I disagree with it a bit too though. dallas, pittsburg, NE and SD are too high, KC might be (but its hard to argue based on the numbers). NE and pittsburg have no #2s right now yet both make the top 10? rookie WRs tend to suck (though randy moss and anquan boldin did well).
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Old 07-15-2006, 06:30 PM   #3
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"Sinorice Moss may hope to be his brother, but that is about as likely as Eli Manning being as good as his brother."
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Dallas #1?

C'mon
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Dallas #1?

C'mon

Why not?

TO is top four - even if you can't stand him you can't name four better WR in the L.

Glenn led the league in Yards per catch.

Witten is a Top 5 TE.

Can anyone else match that?

KC probably yeah might be better, Indy probably, might be better, Seattle? not with those drops and without Jurivicious.


But Dallas isn't out of the equation.

Is Washington better than 13th?

I think so but it hinges on EL and Lloyd. Cooley and Moss are top level up where mamma keeps the peanut butter, but I am not sold on EL and Lloyd. I think they are two #3 recievers.
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Old 07-15-2006, 06:46 PM   #6
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Re: Foxsports Wide Receiver/Tight End Rankings

exactly what i was thinking, how can a 32 year old trouble maker, a scared to take a hit number 2 reciever an ALRIGHT tight end, with a qb that takes too long in the pocket with a line that possibly could be worse than the texans of last year and a running game thats non-existent.
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Re: Foxsports Wide Receiver/Tight End Rankings

I'm sorry Dallas does not have the best receivers in the league. They just don't.

ESPN's rankings were more accurate in my opinion. Dallas at #5 I'll buy.

#1? Please.
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Why not?

TO is top four - even if you can't stand him you can't name four better WR in the L.

Glenn led the league in Yards per catch.

Witten is a Top 5 TE.

Can anyone else match that?

KC probably yeah might be better, Indy probably, might be better, Seattle? not with those drops and without Jurivicious.


But Dallas isn't out of the equation.

Is Washington better than 13th?

I think so but it hinges on EL and Lloyd. Cooley and Moss are top level up where mamma keeps the peanut butter, but I am not sold on EL and Lloyd. I think they are two #3 recievers.
Randle El might be a #3 receiver, but no way Lloyd is. I think it is amazing that he put up those numbers with quarterbacks who were that bad. Hey remember when Lloyd put up 142 and 2 tds week 3 against the cowboys. Then he had Alex Smith starting 7 games and Cody Pickett starting 2 games...so thats 9 games where its pretty much not possible to do well. Lloyd still had 2 other 100 yard games when he didn't have these two terrible qbs. He was also the only receiving threat that they had, so he always had the best people covering him. He is definitely a legitimate #2 receiver, which is all that he has to be.

People also said that Moss was only a #3 receiver.
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These rankings must be arranged in order from oldest to youngest. TO and TG combine for 64 years.

Terry "Where's Sean Taylor" Glenn led the league in yards per catch as well as dumps per pants.
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I can't make the case for the Chargers, Chiefs, Steelers, Raiders, and Seattle being ahead of us.
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i like the esspn rankings better too, though i think #3 in pass catchers might be a bit high
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That is one of the worst ranking "lists" I have ever seen. It is ridiculous on so many fronts.
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Re: Foxsports Wide Receiver/Tight End Rankings

This is one of the worst articles that I have ever seen. I think the Chinese are hacking our sights again.

Seattle second? KC 7th? (I didn't really see "ageless Eddie Kennison" did I?) San Diego 5th? New England 10th? Are they ranking running games?

Let's get serious.

I would rather have a probowl wide out than tight end. Seattle and New England have neither.


Here is my top 10:

1. Indy - Marvin, Reggie, Stokely, Clark Their QB makes them "Simply the best"
2. Dallas - T.O., Glenn, Witten, Crayton is pretty strong (Glenn will come back to earth this year but T.O. will make up the difference).
3. Washington - Moss, Lloyd, Cooley, Randle-El. Probably the most balanced attack in football.
4. Arizona - Fitz, Boldin, Johnson, Pope. The first two are sickening. The last two make you vomit.
5. Carolina - All World Steve Smith, Meshawn, Colbert and Carter.
6. Rams - Touchdown Torry Holt, Bruce, Curtis. All three produce.
7. Cincy - Chad, Housh, & #8749942 (Henry).
8. Oakland - Why is everyone anti-Moss? He is the best in the game when healthy and luckily Porter was hit so hard by Taylor that he forgot to be afraid to go over the middle.
9. G-men - Burress, Shockey, Toomer - Not too bad.
10. Seahawks - Jackson, Burleson, Engram Stevens. Good on paper but let me know when all four will be healthy enough to start in the same game.
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That is one of the worst ranking "lists" I have ever seen. It is ridiculous on so many fronts.
It is partially bc FOX is gay about their stat system. They do not use the conventional stat system for power rankings, and other rankings in general. They sweat their own nuts so much, they post ridiculous stuff like this.
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Terry "Where's Sean Taylor" Glenn led the league in yards per catch as well as dumps per pants.
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