Canadian Seahawk wrote:awwchrist wrote:KingGhidra wrote:awwchrist wrote:granted Krob didn't have the year everyone expected him to..but Jackson came through once again..
And it's apparent you didn't see Engram play this season otherwise you'd rethink your Chrebet statement. Engram is absolutely the best 3WR in the game.
I love Engram. He was the most consistent WR they had for a stretch of several weeks. However D-Jax & K-Rob don't add up to the 1-2 punch of some of the elite WR duos, so there's no way Engram brings THAT much to the table. They have the potential to, but they don't.
Here's some of the trios you mentioned, along with Seattle (who apparently DOES belong there)
Cleveland: 1821 yds, 10TDs
Wash: 2164 yards 17 TDs
Dallas: 2176 yds 11 TDs (Included a full season of Keyshawn numbers and dropped Galloway)
Pitt: 2387 yards 15 TDs
Jets: 2431 20TDs (included a full season of your boy Chrebet all 513 yards and 2 TDs and dropped Conway for McCaerins' numbers)
Indy: 2651 yards, 20 TDs (dropped stokley for Pollard since rec #'s were in TE favor)
Seattle: 2670 yards, 19 TDs
STL: 3172 yards 20 TDs
good job AwwC
BAD Job!! I'm not saying the numbers are bad. But I totally disagree with what you're saying. It doesn't matter what they did last year. It matters what they will do this year. Are you telling me Keyshawn's value is the same in Dallas this year that it was in TB last year? And McCariens is the same value in NY? Things change. You can't always base things on stats from the previous year. I could see if every team kept the same players, coaches and systems each year. Then maybe these stats would mean something but since they don't, they don't. You have to try to use your imagination in what each player can do for each team. And who will be throwing them the ball has alot to do with it as well. Do you think the Jets receivers are going to be better or worse with Pennington throwing the ball? How does that phrase go? Statistics never lie and liers use statistics? Something like that.