INKcogKNEEdough wrote:As a Jaguar fan, who travels a bit to go to all of their home games, I would say the following.
1-for all intents and purposes it will be a WRBC situation. NONE of them is likely to become a clear cut #1 on a regular basis unless one of them becomes more or less Leftwhich's 'go to guy' that he looks for when he really needs it. As of now, none of them seems to have done that. Wolford seems to have a SLIGHT edge there when it comes to just 'seeming to come up with a play' though he is CLEARLY the least physically gifted of them all.
2-all of our WR are the same in many ways.
NONE of them is going to run away from anyone on a regular basis and 'create space' to get open on a regular basis
All three of them however, CAN and DO catch the ball in traffic,ESPECIALLY if it is a 'go up and get it, JUMP ball'.
If I HAD to rank them I would say as follows.
Big play(ie; most likely to get a 40- 50 yard reception)
Most catches/throw to's
1-Matt jones(55-60rec) 800 yards
4th and 8 / or near the endzone:
slight drop off
SIGNIFICANT drop off
Bottom line: I would say any of them would be worth a flier as a bye week #3 WR, or injury replacement. NONE of them should be counted on as a #2 fantsay WR though.
Overall I would rank them as Jones then Wolford, then a good ways behind R.Williams.
Keep an eye on Marcedes Lewis if this injury doesnt linger. He is a Rookie TE who I think could be a very nice surprise sleeper.
Just my opinion, hope it helps ,though I know I didnt clear anything up to say the least.
NO. Those numbers WILL be higher. You can expect one either Jones or Williams to have over 1000 receiving yards.
Look at Jimmy Smith's number with Leftwich. Del Rio will past just as much as he did the last (2) season.
Jimmy Smith 2005 70 REP 1023 YARDS and 6 TD
2004 74 REP 1172 YARDS and 6 TD
Leftwich will make a 1000 receiver on (1) of the (2) players.