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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, Jul 11, 2013.
Bills WR Stevie Johnson says the best WR core is in Buffalo
Where's the best WR core really at?
Denver or Atlanta.
If not for Harry Douglas, it would be Atlanta.
And to be honest, Buffalo probably has the worse WR core in the NFL.
Well lets see.
Stevie Johnson (legit threat)
Robert Woods ( TitansWillWin2 loves this guys so he's gonna rupture his Achilles or some crap like that)
TJ Graham (he's trash)
Chris Hogan (I saw him once on Hard knocks, he can catch, but he's white so no.)
Da'Rick Rogers (should be a solid WR in a year or so, I think many here wanted us to draft him later on)
So yea Stevie Johnson is tryna hype his young team up is my guess, cause these dudes are not good.
Gonzalez makes it a tough choice between Denver and Atlanta. But I think Blaine Gabbert would have an easier job completing passes to the Atlanta corps than the Denver corps.
Titans are really high on that list too. Locker has everything under the sun to be able to shine now.
Chargers have a nice group, Danario Alexander might be the NFL's best kept secret, dude is a monster.
If TitansWillWin2 loves him then he must be a lazy, underachieving, headcase diva.
I would Say Atlanta is probably the best
Im looking over the depth charts side by side and Denver has 3 guys Id have a hard time saying no to
Chargers have a nice trio also
Even the Giants, Eagles and Packers have 3 studs.
Whats Atlanta have after Jones and White? TE's dont count.
Den an ATL. Easy
What more do you need than 2 Pro Bowl caliber big bodied WRs?
Also, what's so special about the Chargers WR core? Alexander is a good WR, but nothing special and Vincent Brown is looked upon for what he can do in the future, therefore they are really nothing to brag about.