- 04/27/2012, 11:54PM ET
PCH said 04/27, 11:54 PM
I have to give the Jags some shine here.
Picking Justin Blackmon was a great pick up, especially for groundball Gabbert.
Blackmon possess huge hands, he runs a 4.4 forty, and he's dominated the college game.
can he do it?
I think so, this was a steal, who's the last good cardiac cat?
7#bag _ Com said 04/29, 02:47 AM
HORRIBLE Pick by the Jags.
Who is the QB?
Who's blocking for him?
The Jags have about 18 holes, and WR is NOT a position they needed to fill with a top 10 pick.
He can run a 3.4 40, and still never see the wobbly duck coming his way.
PCH said 04/30, 12:46 AM
Jags havn't had a good receiver in YEARS..
Matt Jones experience?
bunch of white lines.
anywho, Mike Thomas is not a #1 on any team's roster in the nfl, and he was this past season. Gabbert's not that good, but he needs a f'n option.
The Jags have added Laurent Robinson, and Lee Evans, to help a groundball knuckler in Gabbert.
What I was TRYINg to say earlier, is that the last Jags receiver that really produced, is probably Jimmy Smith, or MccArdel.
Blackmon is a game changer. I think he'll be just fine, the Jags need to help Maurice Jones Drew out, if they didn't have him, they'd probably win 2 games tops last year.
7#bag _ Com said 04/30, 02:30 PM
They would have been better off winning 2 games and drafting Luck or RG3, to be honest with you.
But the point is, even if they drafted Irvin 2.0 this is not a contending team, and there were about 7 players that could start on that front 7.
But finally, how did the Lions do drafting WR after WR? Even when they hit on Megatron, they didn't become playoff contenders until they started looking for beef upfront and talent on the lines.
PCH said 05/02, 04:54 AM
Yeah, that's fine..
but the Jag's top two receivers last year..
respectively got 34 and 35 yards a game..
there name's you ask.....???
Jason Hill & Mike Thomas.....
i don't have to be at Everbank stadium, I'm booing from my couch.
The fact of the matter is, the wr position needed to be addressed.
Gabbert needs help out there, Jason Hill and Mike Thomas, 2 years away from the arena league, what and learn pmp, watch n learn.
7#bag _ Com said 05/04, 03:03 PM
A good QB makes good WRs not the other way around.
A great WR can make a good QB great, however.
But Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice are not going to put a shat QB into the playoffs. '
Brees does not have a top 10 WR pick on his staff
Brady does not have a top 10 WR pick on his staff
Rodgers does not have a top 10 WR pick on his staff.
Eli Manning does not have a top 10 WR pick on his staff.
Poor guys, they really need a top pick or that offensive game is going to SUCK now won't it?
Here are the 14 wide receivers who were taken in the top 10 since 2001. David Terrell (Bears, No. 8, 2001) Koren Robinson (Seahawks, No. 9, 2001) Charles Rogers (Lions, No. 2, 2003) Andre Johnson (Texans, No. 3, 2003) Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals, No. 3, 2004) Roy Williams (Lions, No. 7, 2004) Reggie Williams (Jaguars, No. 9, 2004) Braylon Edwards (Browns, No. 3, 2005) Troy Williamson (Vikings, No. 7, 2005) Mike Williams (Lions, No. 10, 2005) Calvin Johnson (Lions, No. 2, 2007) Ted Ginn Jr. (Dolphins, No. 9, 2007) Darrius Heyward-Bey (Raiders, No. 9, 2009) Michael Crabtree (49ers, No. 10, 2009)
3 would make a QB decent, 11 would make him STINK
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