hammerwx wrote:ljthockey wrote:Roy will probaly put up bigger numbers than Clayton but I would rather have Clayton if I were an NFL team. Roy is faster running a 4.4 compared to Claytons 4.6 and is a better red zone reciever. Clayton is a bit bigger height wise better run blocker. Clayton is also more clutch having 13 catches to Roys 6 in the 4th quarter. Its to hard to compare stats because of all the time Roy has missed with injury but just from the games ive watched and there style of play Id rather have Clatyon
Clayton 6'4" 197
R. Williams 6'2" 212
I was suprised to see Clayton was taller than Williams.
Clayton is very good, but Williams has the look of something very special. Dare I say R. Moss-like. Williams has that quality of making the game look slow, like Moss, and he is only a rookie.
What sets Williams apart are those long arms and soft hands. He can extend and pluck the ball out of mid-air well away from his body like no one I've ever seen before. His speed and size are throw ins.
Check out the SI.com re-draft. Someone there agrees with me, listing Williams as the #2 overall if it were all done again today.
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/w ... ml?cnn=yes
great post btw. you about nailed this one.