Best WR core in the NFL?

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  1. Scarecrow

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    yea I didn't know how to respond to that.......Jones and White dominated the 'best' secondary in the league in the playoffs.
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    Ok so two heavy hitters carry more weight than 3 "good" WR's, fine.

    So Atlanta and their 2 WR's makes the best "WR core"? IDK I just feel like it takes 3 or more to build a core..
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    I would agree, but Jones and White are two potentially top 10 receivers. Not to take anything away from Denver though.
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  4. Finnebosch

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    Honestly I really like Washington's WR corp as well.

    • Garcon is a stud when healthy
    • I have always liked Josh Morgan. He reminds me of Nate Washington as a good-great number 2-3 guy.
    • Fred Davis had a down year but he is a good TE when healthy
    • Jordan Reed is a Aaron Hernandez like guy who will be used all over the place.
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  5. Finnebosch

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    Harry Douglas isn't a bad receiver but he isn't amazing either. He had a couple of really good seasons at Louisville.
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    College? You talking about college?

    This the pros hoe, we can't go off college stats.
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    I just looked up Harry Douglas' numbers, he has a total of 4 TD's since 2009, he's on Lavelle Hawkins level.
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  8. Finnebosch

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    He also plays in a run first offense with two top ten receivers and Tony Gonzales in front of him. Kinda hard to get touches under those circumstances.
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    True, but thats not a run first O anymore, there might be some balls for him to grab
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    Yeah, if they had more production out of Harry, there is no doubt they would be unstoppable on offense. How can someone not produce beside Roddy, Julio, and Tony? This is the time Harry should be faking out GM's by putting up great numbers and getting signed as a #1 WR FA.
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