BlueBandit24 wrote:This guy can almost be considered a veteran, but I think if Lee Evans ever got a competent QB and a better offense around him, he could be a stud. He has always had the deep speed, but has improved his short route-running and become more consistent. He has shown a nose for the endzone, a good QB could turn him into a star.
He's got Losman...
2 Pages in to this thing and not 1 person mentions D-Will? I'm shocked. And he will be in this conversation by the end of the year when he's statrting in place of the overrated Foster.
I like Maroney a lot. He seems to have that rare power with great outside speed. Going to be a good one.
Whoever is starting in NYG. whether it be jacobs or someone else, i think they will do great...except if it's not Jacobs they will not score much. Cause Jacobs will still be doing that.
Leinart has too much talent around him not to succeed. Maybe they find an Oline in the offseason.
Romo has a ton of weapons around him. And if TO would hold onto the ball his numbers would be studly in his first 2.5 games.
WRs are a crap shoot... Colston is going to be a stud though. Horn will be retiring soon and then him and Henderson should form a great young recing corps.
Leon Washington has looked very good. Doesn't find the end zone much... but maybe that will start to change as Barlow is fazed out.
MB3 could be really good without Jones in front of him... and Jones could be real good without Barber behind him. If either finds a new home they will both be great.
Bush? buy low opportunity? check it out.