Over the last few years Reggie Wayne has been a role player on the Colt's recieving staff. He has been a GOOD second option for Peyton Manning to throw to, and take some pressure off of Marvin Harrison.
While surfing the net yesterday, I decided to go to http://www.nfl.com
and check to see if any top picks have been signed to their respective teams. While doing this, I went to the Indianapolis Colts official team website. I don't know why, but for some reason I clicked on WR #87 Reggie Wayne. I was about to hit the back button when I noticed his recieving stats over the past 3 seasons. He was only a big game away from the epitome of a season for a WR last season: 1,000 yards!
I remember watching the Chiefs vs. Colts game back in January or December, when he caught that 37 yard TD pass from Manning on 4th and 5. That's what a big game reciever does... come through in the clutch.
I feel this player can be a stand-out for the Colts for many years to come; he is only 25. But I want to know YOUR opinion...
Will Reggie Wayne hit that magical 1,000 yards this season? I feel he will because Harrison still draws double teams and will usually leave REggie in single coverage. Later days.