devius wrote:hey cowboysfan. being the huge fan you are....who do you think will be the number 1 option in the boys passing attack? price, johnson or glenn?!?
just because of our style of offense (mostly keep-it-coming East Coast offense), KJ is still most suited to have a 900 yard, 6 TD season. KJ is the epitome of possession receiver, and he's a nice, big target to convert on 3rd and whatever. Look for a bunch of 10 yard dumpoffs in a corner or up the middle to KJ.
Although Glenn is currently our #2, and I still see him having a decent year, with the addition of Price, I see his production going way down. Glenn had a decent year (pre-injury) last year because he was our best deep-threat option. This year, I see that as being Price, who not only has experience with Bledsoe, but also is a little younger and a little more skilled than Glenn.
Price is a toss-up. I predict, if Dallas runs a lot of 3-WR sets (usually our 3rd and 5+ formation), then he will hook up with Bledsoe. Bledsoe obviously wanted Price as a target, as he was pretty much the driving force behind him being signed (JJ and Tuna took Bledsoe's advice that PP is a team player and an athletic specimen, and therefore a good team acquisition). But, even still, I can see Price having an off year, as he is the number 3 WR, and its no secret that Parcells plays his favorites. So Price could potentially have a 400 yard, 3 TD season. HOWEVER, Parcells doesn't ignore talent. And if Price starts lighting it up (which I feel/hope he might), he'll move up in the depth chart, or Dallas will play more 3-WR singleback. And especially if Glenn gets hurt again (even if its minor, he won't reclaim his starting position), look for Price to break out big. He could even go 800, 9 TD.
In short, if you are so inclined to draft Dallas WRs (which I am not even doing... except KJ), do so in this order: