Which of our receiving corps will have the biggest year?

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Out of all of our receivers / te's, who is going to have the biggest impact this year?

Pierre Garcon
8
32%
Josh Morgan
1
4%
Leonard Hankerson
4
16%
Santana Moss
6
24%
Anthony Armstrong
1
4%
Brandon Banks
0
No votes
Terrance Austin
0
No votes
Chris Cooley
3
12%
Fred David
2
8%
Niles Paul
0
No votes
 
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Postby The Hogster » Wed May 09, 2012 5:51 pm

It is rare for a player to remain with a team for a decade. Cooley is going into his 9th year. It would not surprise me to see him depart, but I'd like to see what he has this season at least.
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Postby Irn-Bru » Wed May 09, 2012 6:42 pm

It's hard for me to believe that whoever our #1 WR is won't lead the team in yards. Best odds are on Garcon but Josh Morgan could surprise.

When it comes to TDs, I could see Fred Davis leading the team.
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Postby SkinsJock » Thu May 10, 2012 8:06 am

Irn-Bru wrote:It's hard for me to believe that whoever our #1 WR is won't lead the team in yards. Best odds are on Garcon but Josh Morgan could surprise.

When it comes to TDs, I could see Fred Davis leading the team.


I'd agree FFA - I think that Moss, Hankerson, Garcon and Morgan will get a lot of yards because of that arm

I just feel that the TEs and backs plus RGIII will keep the chains moving - these guys will become his goto players


RGIII's ability to get yardage on the ground is going to give DCs a fit - he can get 4 yards almost anytime he wants

a 3rd and 3 or 4 is not going to be a big deal with this kid 'running' the offense
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Postby Chris Luva Luva » Thu May 10, 2012 9:14 am

Our WR's have been worthless in the redzone since, well forever. Why?

1. Body-type
2. Ball placement

Ball placement makes body-type less of an issue. RGIII thus far has shown that he acknowledges the importance of ball placement (throwing a WR open) and has the ability to command his passes.

In the past, our TE's have been the only source of TD revenue in games. I expect to see more fade passes and back shoulder throws. I'm standing firm in my belief that a WR (my choice is Hank) will have a big year.
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