Originally posted by WildBill:
Originally posted by Rascal:
I need to make sure it is well-documented should Justin Hunter turns out to be a beast so that Baalke would know he screwed up big time. Oh well, only time will tell, let's see what happens then.
Define beast in your term, mine is Fritz and Megatron, Jerry rice or Moss in his prime. Those that you must double cover. Or is it like the dozens of others that are just good players that put up good numbers because they are the number receiver that you call beast? like who? Those can be had all the time if given the chance.
So if the three are just decent/ordinary receivers that catch maybe only 60-to 70+ balls in their prime would you eat crow, cause I don't see those numbers equating to beast or impact player.
OK, I must admit I use the term "beast" far more loosely. In essence, I meant a great NFL wide receiver, such as Anquan Boldin, Julio Jones, Roddy White and the likes. I am not sure such guys "can be had all the time" as you had put it. The point I was trying to make is Justin Hunter will turn out to be a great NFL wideout, that is mainly in response to people like Phoenix49ers who has been preaching that he will be the biggest bust in the draft. When I say great NFL wideout, I also mean by the time it gets to his huge pay day 2nd contract, he could be demanding as much as say $10-12 mil, just like your Percy Harvins and Mike Wallaces of the world.
[ Edited by Rascal on May 2, 2013 at 10:39 AM ]