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gbill2004

Footballguy
Who is the #1 WR in Jacksonville if Jimmy Smith sits out? Williams, Wilford, or Jones?

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Who is the #1 WR in Seattle if Engram, JJ and Jackson sit out? Hackett or Warrick?

 

seahawk 17

Footballguy
Who is the #1 WR in Jacksonville if Jimmy Smith sits out?  Williams, Wilford, or Jones?

and

Who is the #1 WR in Seattle if Engram, JJ and Jackson sit out?  Hackett or Warrick?
Engram and JJ are starting. But out of the two you stated it would be Hackett.
 
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gbill2004

Footballguy
Who is the #1 WR in Jacksonville if Jimmy Smith sits out?  Williams, Wilford, or Jones?

and

Who is the #1 WR in Seattle if Engram, JJ and Jackson sit out?  Hackett or Warrick?
Engram and JJ are starting. Buy out of the two you stated it would be Hackett.
You seem to be a Seattle homer - how long do you expect Engram to stay in the game?
 

gbill2004

Footballguy
Peter Warrick is expected to have a larger role in Sunday's game against Green Bay.Darrell Jackson will be inactive, while Bobby Engram and Joe Jurevicious are expected to be rested for at least some of the game. "You can only have so many receivers," Holmgren said, "but he's going to get a shot to play Sunday. Time will allow him to be the player he should be. I expect him to play well on Sunday." Dec. 31 - 10:52 am et Source: Seattle Times

 

seahawk 17

Footballguy
Who is the #1 WR in Jacksonville if Jimmy Smith sits out?  Williams, Wilford, or Jones?

and

Who is the #1 WR in Seattle if Engram, JJ and Jackson sit out?  Hackett or Warrick?
Engram and JJ are starting. Buy out of the two you stated it would be Hackett.
You seem to be a Seattle homer - how long do you expect Engram to stay in the game?
I would guess only a half at most. They are very thin at WR right now.
 

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