This year's receiving draft class, with the exception to Heyward-Bey, appears to be hitting ground running and contributing to their team - a talented group of receivers. Here's what they're doing.
- J[b]eremy Maclin: 12 rec for 187yrds and 2TDs. (QB: McNabb)
- Percy Harvin: 18 rec for 233yrds and 2 TDs. (QB: Favre)
- Hakim Nicks: 7 rec for 121yrds and 2 TDs. (QB: Eli)
- Kenny Britt: 19 rec for 289yrds. Leads team in yrds and rec. (QB: Collins)
- Michael Crabtree: ? (GB: Hill)
There's no doubt about Crabtree's talent. Will it spill over to the NFL remains to be seen. The one glaring difference between those receivers above and Crabtree's possibilities, is the QB situation.
I know he's in the process of a learning curve; I understand this. I understand that our QB is only a duct tape fix; but when the ball touches Crabtree's hands, will he make us proud? Will he perform? Will he be average or electrify us with terrific hands and yards after the catch?
I'm very excited about seeing Crabtree play in a couple of weeks.
[ Edited by ObePwnD on Oct 14, 2009 at 11:31:49 ]