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Where do you rank the Skins WRs Corps? (1 Viewer)

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Assani Fisher

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Talking about real life value here(not FF) so include things like blocking and the ability to do other things like trick plays.

 
#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.

 
#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
The Redskins have two new WR's and you expect them to mesh well the first year together with a 1st year QB? I don't see it.
 
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#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
The Redskins have two new WR's and you expect them to mesh well the first year together with a 1st year QB? I don't see it.
which is why I stated.... "AT BEST".
 
Aren't "top 30" and "one of the worst in the league" basically the same thing?

I voted top 20.

 
NE has proven that you don't need elite wr's to have an extremely effective passing game. The collective of Moss, ARE, Lloyd and Chris Cooley will be very hard to defend. When you have three guys with a similiar skill set, especially if they can break into and out of cuts, they become very difficult to defend. Gibbs has had tremendous success with "smurf" wr's in the past.

 
isn't randel el a little bit overrated, I don't even think he is a good number 2 wr. Lloyd is fun to watch and he could maybe be a number 2. I really like Moss and even as a small guy he can go over the middle and make a tough catch but I think the redskins have really just gone out and gotten some decent guys at best. But as playmakers they should be pretty good I just don't know about them as everydown guys other than Moss of course.

 
#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
The Redskins have two new WR's and you expect them to mesh well the first year together with a 1st year QB? I don't see it.
First year QB has nothing to do with the question...I'm not asking who will perform the best, I'm asking who the best is. So ignore the rest of the situation including QB.
 
#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
If you include TEs, now you bring Cooley in to the mix.Seattle, Denver (assume TO) and KC might rival Washington, but after that there's not much that rivals this group - ON PAPER, of course.

So I'd give them Top 10. But I think we've seen the Redskins be an elite team on paper in March before haven't we?

 
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#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
The Redskins have two new WR's and you expect them to mesh well the first year together with a 1st year QB? I don't see it.
Also remember tha Santana Moss will only be in his 2nd year in the offense. He could continue to struggle to fit in. Maybe Gibbs should have stuck with Coles, Garner, and McCants.
 
Is Brunell still going to be the QB? I think this is the most important question. He had a great year last year but I'd be surprised if he didn't regress this year. The guy is getting old and his body can't take the grind IMO.

 
If Llyod pans out the way I am thinking he will, this could be a good trio but anyone who think ARE is that great of a receiver is fooling themself.....he is a solid #3 guy but he did very little as the #2 guy last season. I think he is fun for trick plays and returns but he isn't a good receiver. No way the three of them are better than 7th or 8th and I think that is a stretch. We really don't know what to expect from Llyod, he could be a complete stud or the next Peerless Price.

 
#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

at best

#7 Moss, Lloyd and Randle El

competing with

Roy, Rogers and BMW

Now if you INCLUDE tight ends, they may crack the top 5.
If you include TEs, now you bring Cooley in to the mix.Seattle, Denver (assume TO) and KC might rival Washington, but after that there's not much that rivals this group - ON PAPER, of course.

So I'd give them Top 10. But I think we've seen the Redskins be an elite team on paper in March before haven't we?
On paper, including TE... (can we include receiving RBs? If so, you might need to add San Diego) The top 6 seem pretty easy.

#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver

Now, I'll lump Cooley, Moss, ARE and Lloyd with:

- Roy, BMW, Rogers, Pollard

- Smith, Jones, Wilford

- Gonzo, Kennison, Parker

- Heap, Clayton, Mason

- TO and whatever team he ends up with (sounds like high praise, but really, if any team adds him without losing anyone, that team will be stacked)

Potentially top 10, talent-wise.

 
Brunell is the starter, Campbell will be the first off the bench (based on Gibbs' post season comment that Jason is ready to play now).

JAM

 
If Llyod pans out the way I am thinking he will, this could be a good trio but anyone who think ARE is that great of a receiver is fooling themself.....he is a solid #3 guy but he did very little as the #2 guy last season. I think he is fun for trick plays and returns but he isn't a good receiver. No way the three of them are better than 7th or 8th and I think that is a stretch. We really don't know what to expect from Llyod, he could be a complete stud or the next Peerless Price.
I really don't understand the Peerless Price comparison.Price = guy who was great when he was #2, had a stud #1 across from him, and had a QB who had a great arm and was experienced. He failed when he went to a team with a very inaccurate QB and they made him the #1.

What about Lloyd resembles that at all?

 
It has the potential to be pretty good. I think it will be "interesting".

Moss is obviously a competent #1 and ARE is a proven #3 and will be much better on a reverse than say... James Thrash. It really hinges on what kind of player Lloyd turns out to be. Can be an effective #2 or not?

Can't be as bad as it was last year which was basically Moss then nothing at the WR position.

 
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If Llyod pans out the way I am thinking he will, this could be a good trio but anyone who think ARE is that great of a receiver is fooling themself.....he is a solid #3 guy but he did very little as the #2 guy last season. I think he is fun for trick plays and returns but he isn't a good receiver. No way the three of them are better than 7th or 8th and I think that is a stretch. We really don't know what to expect from Llyod, he could be a complete stud or the next Peerless Price.
Randle El will be the slot receiver for the Skins, which is where he was successful as a Steeler. As for Lloyd, he is only 24 and has experience as a #1 receiver on a terrible team with a terrible QB. You can hardly compare his situation to Price, who went from being a #2 with Bledsoe and Moulds to a #1 with Vick and Finneran. Things are really looking up for him. He won't see any double coverage with Moss, Cooley, and Portis on the field. If the Skins run 3WR, 1TE, and 1RB single back sets, look out!

The only question I have now is the QB spot, but I like what I'm hearing about Campbell and Brunell isn't nearly as bad as Alex Smith.

 
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#1 Fitz and Boldin

#2 Marvin, Reggie and Stokely

#3 Holt, Bruce and Curtis

#4 Chad, Housh and Henry

#5 Moss, Porter and Curry

#6 Javon and Driver
Ranking them like this is pure guessing and abstraction. What I like is that this WR corps is younger than every group listed except for Fitz and Boldin. I also like that they have as much speed at that position as anyone in the league.

What numbers Lloyd and ARE will put up are anyone's guess, but I can't imagine that this is anything but a large improvement over the essentially one man WR corps that they fielded last year.

 
:goodposting: I thought this was a new thread.

Talented group with potential. Moss, ARE, Cooley (I include TEs in my receiver rankings) are good, above average. The rookies have the potential to make this group very good.

Campbell is an underrated QB. I pursued him in a lot of leagues as part of a QBBC the last couple years. He's not top 10, but he's pretty darn good.

 
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