Originally posted by martysofresh:
Originally posted by mike:
Lol. The fact is there's no way he's #3 once you bring new talent in. As for last season, he played like a #5. Ginn definitely was more of a threat see the TD that got called back against the Ravens due to some lame chop block penalty. Kyle's best game was 66 yds against the s**t rams, he's not the threat you're making him out to be.
DBs respect him? Lmao...
When has Ginn done anything else spectacular at reciever other than that one play? Why do you think there's alot of people saying Ginn should be used primarily as a return specialist? The one thing everyone says about Ginn is that he cant catch. He drops the ball when we need a first down. Whats the point in being a fast reciever if youre gonna drop the ball? Ginn had the same stats Josh Morgan did buddy. Thats not what I call a productive reciever. Ginn was our #3, really number #2 reciever because edwards and morgan were both hurt and still didnt do much. KW produces way more with soo little PT. Ginn's had 6 recievering TDs in his 5yr career, one of those was in 2010. He had 0 this year. KW had 3 TDs this year with half the playing time. I like Ginn, but dont say he should be higher on the depth chart than Williams.
I'm not defending Ginn as much as bashing KW. "Ginn had the same stats as morgan did buddy", um and Kyle williams had similar yardage too. I don't think Kyle is what I would call a "productive receiver" either. I'm perfectly fine with keeping Kyle around for depth but don't try to convince me that he's better than a 4th or 5th guy down the depth chart once we get some new talent in here.
Call Ginn the #2 but by the time all of those injuries happened #2 and #3 were basically interchangeable as far as targets go, neither were key parts of the passing game. They both ended the year with around 20 receptions. Yes Kyle caught 3 touchdowns on a few short yardage plays in the redzone, but he's hardly what I would consider a big redzone difference maker.
Kyle does nothing spectacularly. Decent but not lightning speed, hands aren't as bad as ginns but aren't spectacular, height and jump ball ability nothing to write home about either. A good guy to have as depth but not someone I expect to take a key roster spot once we get a load of new WR talent.
Anyway, this thread is about Kendall Wright. I don't even remember how it turned into a Kyle Williams thread. Wrong KW. If people are comparing the two, there is no comparison to be made. I just think that if you bring in a guy like Kendall, and bring back morgan cheap, that's already our top 3 in crab-kendall-morgan. Some people want an FA like Meachem as well. If that happens, Morgan goes to #4 and Kyle is at #5. Add on that we're likely to draft a few late round WRs...and I can easily see Williams losing his spot all-together.