awwchrist wrote:Koren has never been the #1 WR.
Koren was assumed the role after Jackson was hurt in the 2002 and missed 3 games. Coupled that with a nice streak of decent games from week 7 to the end of the 2002 season.
It's really something he's never been able to repeat.
"He's never been" , and then "he assumed the role..."
By this logic Javon Walker was never the #1 receiver over Donald Driver and isn't the #1 right now.
Krob was considered the #1 receiver at the beginning of 2003. He's still getting a lot of balls thrown at him because despite his drops the 'Hawks think they have two receivers of roughly equal skills. It seems to me that the Hawks are praying that Krob can stop screwing around and create a situation where--as an opposing defense-you can't key on either WR because they're both liable to get the ball anytime. (Kind of like the 2002 Steelers)
I ment "he's never been the unconditional 1WR" and that he assumed the role only after Jackson was hurt. Sorry I didn't make myself perfectly clear..apparently you have no means of conclusion.
for you though for creating a worthless arguement.
Robinson he was the #1 WR while Jackson was hurt and the 2WR role went to a combo of Bannister and Engram.
The moment Jackson came back, he was the number one WR target.
Here's a great litmus test for you:
1. Go to http://www.seahawks.net
2. find the fan forum message boards
3. ask if Koren is the #1 WR.
Come on back and tell us how it went.