warrick95 wrote:Neither the running nor passing game can work without a good offensive line. Miami has a porous offensive line.
Best WR corps next year...in no particular order:
Roy Williams and a healthy Charles Rogers will be incredible. Teams can't defend that. Az-Zahir Hakim is one of the most lethal WRs out of the slot. Note that Streets only signed a one-year deal, so will likely be gone after next year.
The deepest corps in the league for sure, with Holt, Bruce, McDonald, Curtis, and Looker. McDonald and Curtis are both sleek receivers that are quick and thus hard to defend for LBs and safeties, which is where they get their mismatches. Holt and Bruce are superb route runners who know how to get open and also catch the ball.
Another interesting pick, I know, but hear me out. Boldin and Fitz are two of the most physical receivers in the game. Both are magnets for attention, which is impossible for teams to do on two receivers. You'll see some of that when Quan comes back this year. This will be amazing, because both are so strong and sure-handed. It'll be a joy to watch them play together. Next year will be another year developed for them. Expect them to be a top tandem in the future. Now if Arizona can just get a better QB and running game...Bryant Johnson can be a solid #3...if he can surpass Williams and Kasper, which can't be too hard. Looks like he wasn't a great pick in the 1st round.
Ward, Burress, Randle El with Roethlisberger at the helm. Pretty good. Ward's one of the best receivers in the game and probably the top possession receiver (well, with TO). He can block, too. Burress is a great compliment as a deep threat, since he's 6'6". Randle El is so hard to take down out of the slot. He's very elusive. In terms of actual trios, I think this one is best.
Note: Is Burress' deal up after this year? If so, then take Pitt out.
I have to give some love to my favorite team. CJ is the man. Warrick enters his contract year and if he's healthy, he's Chad's perfect compliment as the possession receiver and 3rd down target for Carson Palmer. Kelley Washington has been disappointing thus far, unable to captalize on Warrick's injury. If he can learn how to catch balls properly, he's got the tools to be a starting receiver.
Wow warrick that analysis was pretty damn good.
These are the "threes" that are at the top IMO...
Going by talent alone Miami's trio is definitely one of the tops in the league. All three guys would make viable #1s in other teams and if they can straighten their offense out they may create very significant production.
St Louis as warrick said, has a great group of WRs. There is no clearcut #3, so I guess it can't be the best threesome. But they have a slew of other capable threats, definitely the deepest in the league.
Pittsburgh definitely should earn some praise, Randle El is very well suited as a 3rd WR and Hines and Plax definitely bring immense talent to the table.
Indy's dynamic attack might be the best, but whether the unit will remain intact next year is in serious question. I'm not sure if Wayne and Stokley would be great factors without the presence of Marv.