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Which 3rd Year WR will break out?

Samie Parker (KC)
15
33%
Patrick Crayton (DAL)
2
4%
Wes Welker (MIA)
1
2%
Scott Vines (DET)
3
7%
Reggie Williams (JAX)
16
35%
Keary Colbert (CAR)
1
2%
Other
8
17%
 
Total votes : 46

Postby gablefan » Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:18 am

I think Sammie Parker has alot of upside, but will be the #3 option in that Offense.

Reggie Williams is making noise in Training Camp, which is nothing new, but I still don't see it in him.

I like Scottie Vines chances in the new offense. Somebody has to step up and me Martz's Bruce/Holt. Maybe not on the same scale, butproductive none-the-less.
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Postby moonhead » Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:26 am

Samie Parker (KC) #3 rec. option
Patrick Crayton (DAL) #4 rec. option
Wes Welker (MIA) not a rec. option
Scott Vines (DET) #3ish rec. option
Reggie Williams (JAX) #2/3 rec. option
Keary Colbert (CAR)#3 rec option


reggie williams is in the best situation, but i'm sure he'll lose his job to wilford at some point. if you want the guy that has the best chance to put up the best numbers i'd go with parker or williams. parker gets a bit of sleeper love around here, but i don't think it's this year...reggie williams is a perennial underachiever, so i'd temper my expectations out of him. welker is nothing more than a return specialist. crayton is a non factor on that offense, IMO. who knows what's going on with the lions, but there are quality, talented guys ahead of vines. keary colbert is on a team where the qb only looks to one target, and whatever scraps were thrown his way last year will be to keyshawn this year.
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Postby Dan Lambskin » Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:55 am

HomeyJJ wrote:With Pot-Head Rogers and Twinkie Man Williams, Scotty Vines may step into the #2 spot in Detroit with a great o-cordinator in Martz. Watch out for a possible break-out


did you forget about Corey Bradford? (and i'm being serious)
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Postby thriftyrocker » Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:03 am

with the lions, but there are quality, talented guys ahead of vines


Technically, the Lions depth chart at WR during camp is

1 - Roy Williams
2 - Corey Bradford
3 - Scottie Vines
4 - Charles Rogers
5 - Mike Williams

Emphasizing character & maturity over draft position. If it stays that way, I could definitely see Vines getting a lot of receptions with Bradford mostly getting home run attempts.
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Postby A Fleshner Fantasy » Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:35 am

thriftyrocker wrote:
with the lions, but there are quality, talented guys ahead of vines


Technically, the Lions depth chart at WR during camp is

1 - Roy Williams
2 - Corey Bradford
3 - Scottie Vines
4 - Charles Rogers
5 - Mike Williams

Emphasizing character & maturity over draft position. If it stays that way, I could definitely see Vines getting a lot of receptions with Bradford mostly getting home run attempts.


I find it hard to believe that Mike Williams is going to stay at #5 thorughout the year.
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Postby moochman » Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:46 am

A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:
thriftyrocker wrote:
with the lions, but there are quality, talented guys ahead of vines


Technically, the Lions depth chart at WR during camp is

1 - Roy Williams
2 - Corey Bradford
3 - Scottie Vines
4 - Charles Rogers
5 - Mike Williams

Emphasizing character & maturity over draft position. If it stays that way, I could definitely see Vines getting a lot of receptions with Bradford mostly getting home run attempts.


I find it hard to believe that Mike Williams is going to stay at #5 thorughout the year.


You wouldn't if you had seen him play last year. He is fat, slow and has a poor work ethic. He fastest 40 times were when he was running to the doughnut stand.

I am stunned that Crackpipe Rogers can't seem to put it together enough for his emmence talent to take over. I wouldn't be surprised if he gets his shite together under the new O and ressurects his career.

My pick this year is Roy. He was a serviceable WR in a pathetic O scheme with a terrible QB. He could become an elite level WR.
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