Kensat30 wrote:Cornbread Maxwell wrote:Kensat30 wrote:I'm leaning more and more towards Charles Rogers being the leading WR in Detroit in 2005. We all saw Roy Williams last year and know what he can do, but Charles Roger is almost universally forgotten by the masses. This guy was one of the most talented WRs to come out of the draft in the past decade....
So was Roy and BMW...
Its good to be a Lions fan.
Roy and Mike Williams are good and all, but I didn't consider them to be elite level WRs. Charles Rogers was on a different level entirely from these guys, even above a standout freak of an athlete like Andre Johnson.
I mean when you see Roy Williams and Mike Williams you don't really consider them as the #1 overall pick in a dynasty rookie draft like Charles Rogers was.
Really? I think all 3 were elite WRs coming out of college. You truly dont think Roy Williams is one of the most talented WRs in the NFL - top 10 or so in terms of talent? I do. Same with BMW - Im sorry, but when a guy breaks USC's TD reception record as a Fresh/Soph, he's special. He's not just a top WR entering the NFL - he really does have the skillset to be an elite WR in the NFL. The matchup issues a 6-5 230 lb WR with great hands causes is enormous in todays NFL. We'll see.
I know Im a homer, but the 3 DET WRs are simply special WRs - each one has the skills to be an elite WR in the NFL. For Detroit to be able to boast 3 of them, like I said earlier - its good to be a Lions fan.