Hey man, dont feel that way. To be honest its time to start lookin at this positively. I’ve been sulking since the moment Kenny threw the ball in the defenders face, I knew he was gone for the season. But ive been reading a lot about ACL injuries and have been following this sport for a very long time, players can come back. They can actually come back stronger then before - its been proven too. Like I said lets look at the Positives: Kenny will be staying in Tennessee: He said he will not return to NJ, which is a good thing. He will be away from trouble rehabbing hard. Hammy will finally heal up: As he rests, so will his hammy. Very troublesome injury it has been for him, and in players who suffer from it it general, so it will be nice to get that out of the way. But since it has troubled him for so long already, I worry about his stretching and such. Either way, I know he’ll start to take more care of himself with the knee now as well, at least that’s my best guess. Morgan will help him, or at least influence him, along with Avery: In the league, there are two positions more than any other (there all pretty bad tbh) that are affected by major knee injures. WR's is one of them and D-line is the other. From my knowledge, i'd actually rank D-line as most significant. For bigger guys is the first, going against huge guys the second, hard every down regardless the third - from the burst, to the wrestling, to the tackle - they put a lot of irregular force on their knees. I see it far more dangerous to them and with Morgan making a quick recovery (in light of ppl hating on him for going to Africa) it shows if your dedicated things can work out. Im not saying its not bad for receivers too, we saw Tyrone's career destroyed b/c of similar injury - who was a receiver in the same mold as Britt ironically (and only that) as well. Plz Note – I say ironic and only ironic b/c in calico's case i know he came back too quickly. and he crapped out both knees and one of them a second time as well. it was three ACL tears wasnt it? I mean **** guy, felt really bad for him. he was playing so good when he was young that I wont forget with McNair too. Anyway, out of the time capsule.. Avery said he's got his speed back: That means teams were cutting him for other reasons. Speed is something and separation is something else. Does he get physically dominated at the line post injury? These things are concerns of mine. IMO: Hawk ahead of DWill, who both ahead of Avery: The only reason Williams will be playing though is because he is realistically the only other tall, more imposing receiver we have. The thing is i agree with this too, I like the combination of starting receivers to have different games/styles - allows for a more balanced passing attack. But the last time Dwill was on the field he was dropping everything….and I mean EVERYTHING. If he doesn’t rebound (by halftime), id pull him in favor of Hawk though – regardless of what general style I prefer. Mike75 said Nate and Hawk can go deep, its not the wheels stopping him buddy. But when you have a 6 foot something giant out there with incredible speed as well, bumping a yard or two off DBs, with incredible reach and jumping abilities on top of that - ala Britt (who is a Moss/Owens blend) - is competently different then when you have a Hawk/Avery out deep, getting lost in comparison - the windows are completely different. Especially, the way Matt chucks the ball. i do remember a ball to Nate was perfectly thrown over all defenders, almost in full stride. But i distinctively also remember on that play, the pocket was incredible, and he had time to look to third third read (Nate) over an open CJ and some1 else i cant remember. And lastly on to Hawk and to why I defend him. Ewker said But he has shown to be really good when given a chance. In his little time in the league, he has been forced to get in sync with so many QBs - KFC, Young, Rusty, Matt, Locker (not sure if im forgetting anyone simms maybe) – I mean c’mon. He practices with one, plays with another when injuries force it. He probably hasn’t ever had consistency practicing with a single QB. Even Nate, who has finally started looking like the receiver he soulda been when we signed him, has struggled with the consistent QB flux (even with the presence of a Run game past three years). I like Hawkins right now, unlike dwill he hasn’t dropped anything, or committed penalties. He might be good with matt too if he is given a chance. I hope he is the third receiver this Sunday. Note - left out marinai b/c i hvnt seen enough from him at WR to comment. to my knowledge, he really doesn't exist out of special teams.