Re: WR Situation -- How bad is it?
I would cream myself with happiness if any of these guys amounted to something next year, but I have a feeling my pants will end up cream-free.
Doss looks great in practice, but goes all alligator arms when he sees real action. Reed is a nice special teamer. Deonte looked good, but won't get a chance, same with Laquan. Streeter can't catch.
Even Jacoby has disappointed as a number 2 his entire career. Barring a trade or free agent pick up, our passing game could be look for Torrey deep, check for Pitta in the middle, dump off to Rice. Anyone who can defend that should have an easy day.
Hope I am wrong