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Old 05-28-2007, 02:40 PM    (permalink
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I vote Chad Johnson. He isnt as dominant as some other receivers in this league like Steve Smith, TO and even Randy Moss can be at times, but he is in his prime and his consistency is incredible.
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I vote Chad Johnson. He isnt as dominant as some other receivers in this league like Steve Smith, TO and even Randy Moss can be at times, but he is in his prime and his consistency is incredible.
His consistency is what killed him last year, he seemed to completely dissapear in the big games the Bengals were in. If you look at previous years though you are able to see that he is very capable of being consistent. I think he's #2 and #1 being Steve Smith right now.
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Steve Smith right now.
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I have Steve Smith and Torry Holt as my tied for number one.
Number two is clearly marvin harrison.

1 Steve Smith and Torry Holt
2. Marvin Harrison
3. Chad Johnson
4. Terrell Owens
5. Larry Fitzgerald
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Steve Smith is the best WR currently in the NFL. If he was 3 inches taller it would be unanimous.
There's also no way Steve Smith cuts the way he does three inches taller. For me its Big Game Torry Holt.
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His consistency is what killed him last year, he seemed to completely dissapear in the big games the Bengals were in. If you look at previous years though you are able to see that he is very capable of being consistent. I think he's #2 and #1 being Steve Smith right now.
I think he meant in terms of yearly production which is true.

But yeah, from a week to week basis he was too inconsistant last year, partially to blame was our OL and Carson starting slow but still in many games he just didn't produce.

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1. Steve Smith
2. Marvin Harrison
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1 Steve Smith
2. Marvin Harrison
3. Anquan Boldin
4. Terrell Owens
5. Patrick Crayton
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1) Marvin Harrison
2) Steve Smith
3) Torry Holt
4) Larry Fitzgerald
5) Chad Johnson (although he had kind of an off year last season)
6) Anquan Boldin
7) TO (I hate him but he backs it up on the field)
8) Reggie Wayne
9) Hines Ward (I'm going to get ripped for that but I don't care)
10) Roy Williams/Andre Johnson (just went with pure talent and ability here)

*Randy Moss needs to prove to me that he'll come to play every week before I put him in my top 10
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1. Steve Smith
2. Torry Holt
3. Marvin Harrison
4. Chad Johnson
5. TO (drops way too many balls to be in Top 3 IMO)
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1. Steve Smith
2. Torry Holt
3. Marvin Harrison
4. Chad Johnson
5. TO (drops way too many balls to be in Top 3 IMO)

I could make a joke about dropping balls and your mom.....But I'm going to be nice.... ;)
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TO is by far the most dangerous and my number 1. He is just so dominant and physical that he'd be my 1st choice. As long as he's head is screwed on right I'd take him 100 times outta 100
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TO is by far the most dangerous and my number 1. He is just so dominant and physical that he's be my 1st choice. As long as he's head is screwed on right I'd take him 100 times outta 100
And he's by far the most likely to blow a wide open catch. Sorry, I want my star WR's to hang on to the ball with regularity, hence why he's down on my list.
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Old 05-28-2007, 06:53 PM    (permalink
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all these other receivers have amazing QBs (Chad, Marvy, Holt) i'm going with Steve Smith.
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Boldin for me, with Holt, Harrison, and Smith up there, too. Those 4 and then 85 rounding out the top 5.
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Old 05-28-2007, 07:09 PM    (permalink
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TO is by far the most dangerous and my number 1. He is just so dominant and physical that he'd be my 1st choice. As long as he's head is screwed on right I'd take him 100 times outta 100
its close when Randy has his head screwed on right..
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TO is by far the most dangerous and my number 1. He is just so dominant and physical that he'd be my 1st choice. As long as he's head is screwed on right I'd take him 100 times outta 100
TO's antics have made him overrated, because of all the attention he gets and making it easy to say "he's a great receiver, but..."

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1) Marvin Harrison
2) Steve Smith
3) Torry Holt
4) Larry Fitzgerald
5) Chad Johnson (although he had kind of an off year last season)
6) Anquan Boldin
7) TO (I hate him but he backs it up on the field)
8) Reggie Wayne
9) Hines Ward (I'm going to get ripped for that but I don't care)
10) Roy Williams/Andre Johnson (just went with pure talent and ability here)

*Randy Moss needs to prove to me that he'll come to play every week before I put him in my top 10
Out of all the lists I agree the most with this one. Except Andre Johnson should be above Ward by just a nudge.
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Hands:
1. Larry Fitzgerald
2. Marvin Harrison
3. Randy Moss
4. Torry Holt
5. Chad Johnson

Speed:
1. Steve Smith
2. Randy Moss
3. Santana Moss
4. Laverneous Coles
5. Andre Johnson

Route Running:
1. Marvin Harrison
2. Torry Holt
3. Anquan Boldin
4. Javon Walker
5. Reggie Wayne

Run After Catch:
1. Terrell Owens
2. Anquan Boldin
3. Randy Moss
4. Steve Smith
5. Santana Moss

Overall:
1. Steve Smith
2. Marvin Harrison
3. Torry Holt
4. Chad Johnson
5. Andre Johnson
6. Larry Fitzgerald
7. Randy Moss
8. Terrell Owens
9. Roy Williams
10. Javon Walker
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Marvin Harrison with Holt a very close second. I haven't seen work ethic like Holt's since Jerry Rice.
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eh for speed i would have Evans in there .. Cole is still fast..not as fast as he was before a toe injury imo.

and run after catch..its close in top 2 but i give it to Boldin. Hes harder to take down than TO
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2. Marvin Harrison
3. Randy Moss
4. Torry Holt
5. Chad Johnson

Speed:
1. Steve Smith
2. Randy Moss
3. Santana Moss
4. Laverneous Coles
5. Andre Johnson
I'd take Harrisons hand's anyday. The man catches balls like 3 yards out of bounds one handed. I'd also take Santana's speed over Randy Moss. Moss maybe be fast for his size, but Santana and Coles are quicker and have better agility.
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Steve Smith followed by Chad Johnson. Chad wasn't consistent enough last season for me to put him at #1.
FTW.

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yes but thats going back. its like saying..Randy Moss is the best when hes actually trying and when hes happy.

im a big TO fan..i think hes a tremendous WR but the statement: when hes not dropping everything hes the best..it jsut doesnt work. If Troy Williamson was catching everything..he wouldnt be a bust
Theres a difference, TO is a proven star, Williamson isn't...

I'll be shocked if TO drops half as many passes as he did last year again.
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does anyone remember the best hands challenge at the pro bowl a couple years ago that chad johnson won? he caught every ball and that drill made every other WR/TE look terrible.....hines ward, marvin harrison, and tony gonzolas looked really bad in it....im not tryin to down any of those guys i was just wonderin if anyone else was as impressed with chad johnson as i was when i seen that
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