Jesus, another "We need a 6'3+ 220 pound receiver that runs a 4.3 with great hands" thread?
If they were that easy to find every team would have one.
-The only receiver in GB's passing attack over 6'1 is Jordy Nelson who when they won the SB was not even a starter, Driver is 6'0, Jennings 5'11, Cobb 5'10, Jones 6'1.
-When NYG won the SB, Nicks 6'1, Manningham 6'0, Cruz 6'0.
-Baltimore's tallest receiver was Jones at 6'2, Torrey Smith 6'0, Boldin 6'1 and he wasnt even on the field the majority of the season (talkin bout Jones).
-Pitt's WRs the last couple times they went to the SB Santonio Holmes 5'11, Wallace 6'0, Sanders 5'11, Antonio Brown 5'10... yeah they have Burress but what has he even done since getting out of prison.
There is zero correlation in having a Vincent Jackson type receiver and success in the playoffs, infact it looks like it is more important to get smaller quicker receivers that get open within 10 yards in 2 seconds than a 6'4 gazelle that needs 4 seconds to reach the second level.
[ Edited by 5280High on May 27, 2013 at 5:40 PM ]