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texansfan1974
06-06-2005, 02:37 PM
Just heard that Peerless Price could be let go from the Falcons. If this happens this would be an awesome sign for us. Our #2 receiver prayers would be answered. :headbang:

titan hater
06-06-2005, 02:39 PM
Just heard that Peerless Price could be let go from the Falcons. If this happens this would be an awesome sign for us. Our #2 receiver prayers would be answered. :headbang:

where did you hear this?

texansfan1974
06-06-2005, 02:41 PM
actually saw it on nfl.com rumor mill.

titan hater
06-06-2005, 02:43 PM
I agree with you...PP would be the answer to our 2nd reciever prayers...He can run, BLOCK, and Catch...I wonder how much he would cost?

PeekFan24
06-06-2005, 02:44 PM
Pass. Gaffney, Armstrong or Mathis are all viable #2's. Carr throws to AJ like 60% of the time anyway. Why waste money bringing in a guy who will want to be overpaid to play #2 whenn we already have young players who can satisfiably fill that spot?

texansfan1974
06-06-2005, 02:50 PM
Price is a weapon Gaff and Armstrong are not. Don't know about Mathis, but i bet he ain't no Price.

TEXANS84
06-06-2005, 02:50 PM
Pass as well. Unfortunatley the NFL teams are based around a salary cap. I see no need to go and lock up Price with a huge contract considering we will have to award some large contracts next year (Davis, Gaffney, Pitts, etc..). And, pending the left tackle situation this year, we may have to go spending next year on our most apparent problem.

titan hater
06-06-2005, 02:50 PM
Pass. Gaffney, Armstrong or Mathis are all viable #2's. Carr throws to AJ like 60% of the time anyway. Why waste money bringing in a guy who will want to be overpaid to play #2 whenn we already have young players who can satisfiably fill that spot?

With respect..I don't agree...

Gaff is not a good blocker...also he takes some plays off...remember the ball dropped going into the endzone?

Armstong has good hands, but he is not a proven player (after all was he not a practice squad guy last year?)...

As far as Mathis goes...Do you really think a late round pick is going to be a #2 his first year?

HardKnockTexan
06-06-2005, 02:52 PM
Peerless Price from SI.com and AOL Sports
Atlanta Falcons (NFC) | WR | #81
Ht: 5'11" Wt: 190 NFL Exp: 6 College: Tennessee
Year Games Rec Tds Lg TD
2004 16 45 575 50 3

Doesnt look too bad to me, especially with the run first throw second mentality of M. Vick. If we could get him in here for a one year deal to see how he performs I wouldnt be disapointed at all.... if the $$$ is right that is.

titan hater
06-06-2005, 02:54 PM
Peerless Price from SI.com and AOL Sports
Atlanta Falcons (NFC) | WR | #81
Ht: 5'11" Wt: 190 NFL Exp: 6 College: Tennessee
Year Games Rec Tds Lg TD
2004 16 45 575 50 3

Doesnt look too bad to me, especially with the run first throw second mentality of M. Vick. If we could get him in here for a one year deal to see how he performs I wouldnt be disapointed at all.... if the $$$ is right that is.


BRAVO!!

texansfan1974
06-06-2005, 02:58 PM
The Price is Right. :monkey:

Caw Daddy
06-06-2005, 03:08 PM
he is an awesome wide reciever but just hasnt had the chance to become great. if he doesnt want a incredible number i dont think we should pass on him. as for gaffney, he just sucks. mathis and armstrong should be infront of him

PeekFan24
06-06-2005, 03:10 PM
IMO, "Peerless" Price proved he is "anything but" the past couple years. He is extremely overrated and would ask for way more money than he is worth, especially as a #2. Watch and see.

Lucky
06-06-2005, 03:19 PM
Peerless Price from SI.com and AOL Sports
Atlanta Falcons (NFC) | WR | #81
Ht: 5'11" Wt: 190 NFL Exp: 6 College: Tennessee
Year Games Rec Tds Lg TD
2004 16 45 575 50 3

Doesnt look too bad to me...

But Gaffney's numbers do? With the run 1st/pass 2nd mentality of Dom Capers?

Gaffney in '04
Year Games Rec Tds Lg TD
2004 15 41 632 69 2

And Gaffney got his with 38 fewer targets. These guys careers are going in opposite directions. This Price is wrong.

TEXANS84
06-06-2005, 03:25 PM
as for gaffney, he just sucks. mathis and armstrong should be infront of him

Mathis? How:
Games-0
Receptions-0
Yards-0
Touchdowns-0

Mathis hasn't proved anything yet, Jabar has.

texansfan1974
06-06-2005, 03:35 PM
Carr drops back looks for Johnson hes doubled teamed Carr checks down Price wide open TOUCHDOWN. :sbad:

titan hater
06-06-2005, 03:35 PM
Mathis? How:
Games-0
Receptions-0
Yards-0
Touchdowns-0

Mathis hasn't proved anything yet, Jabar has.

Right 84!! Jabar has proven himself to be a good #3...We can do better at #2...PP would be a significant upgrade. Remember Vick runs first and throws second, therefore, PP's numbers are lower then when he was with the Bills....

TexansNeedRBin05
06-06-2005, 03:39 PM
Lets get him and trade JG Bradford and Banks for some decent/good Olinemen and lets roll!

Lucky
06-06-2005, 03:41 PM
...PP's numbers are lower then when he was with the Bills....
Prices's numbers are down because he's not as good as he was with the Bills. In fact, Price only had 1 good season (2002). He's extremely overrated and the Falcons have known this since he 1st stepped on the field for them. Don't you find it odd that Atlanta has used 1st round picks on WRs in back-back drafts? Price is no longer even a good #2 WR.

dalemurphy
06-06-2005, 03:51 PM
You can always tell the uneducated football fans from the educated ones. Uneducated fans always get excited about "big names", usually the skill position players, and generally undervalue those players that aren't big names because it would require a discerning eye in order to identify their talents.

Therefore, Armstrong and Gaffney are dismissed by these fans because their raw numbers are less than Price's... that's in the face of the fact that both Wrs catch a higher percentage of balls thrown to them and the fact that they are entering what should be their prime while Price is leaving his.

Fans like this are screaming for an organization like the Daniel Snyder run Washington Redskins. Fortunately, our organization doesn't listen to their voices.

erickwsmom
06-06-2005, 03:54 PM
From nfl.com

After internal discussions about what to do with wide receiver Peerless Price, the Falcons have decided to try to keep him on the roster and restructure his contract. Talks already are underway, and both sides have incentive for finalizing the deal.

Price wants to stay in Atlanta and continue working for the upstart franchise. The Falcons want to keep Price, who has had worked hard this offseason by getting in great shape and catching most every pass thrown his way. Now the two sides need to come to an agreement on what to do with Price's base salary. It seems likely that Price will provide the Falcons with some cap relief for the chance to remain in Atlanta.

dalemurphy
06-06-2005, 03:56 PM
he is an awesome wide reciever but just hasnt had the chance to become great. if he doesnt want a incredible number i dont think we should pass on him. as for gaffney, he just sucks. mathis and armstrong should be infront of him


Did you watch the first Tennessee game last year? Gaffney dominated that game. He made 2 catches more outstanding than anything I've seen from Peerless Price. Gaffney is exceedingly reliable. He's young. He's not injury-prone and he's been with this offense and David Carr for three years. What you said is ridiculous. Have you even seen Mathis play?

I do agree, though, that Armstrong looks like a heck of a WR also. Of course that's just one more argument that we don't need to waste money on PRice.

LikeABoss
06-06-2005, 04:04 PM
Just heard that Peerless Price could be let go from the Falcons. If this happens this would be an awesome sign for us. Our #2 receiver prayers would be answered. :headbang:

Domanick Davis is this team's #2 WR :homer:

gwallaia
06-06-2005, 04:05 PM
People, people, we can't sign every single player that is released from another team. :worm:

infantrycak
06-06-2005, 04:06 PM
Therefore, Armstrong and Gaffney are dismissed by these fans because their raw numbers are less than Price's... that's in the face of the fact that both Wrs catch a higher percentage of balls thrown to them and the fact that they are entering what should be their prime while Price is leaving his.

Amazing isn't it?

Based on last year even the raw numbers are unanimously against Price. As a full time starter he got targetted 106 times, dropped 5 and only managed to haul in 45 for 575 yds gaining 1st downs on just 26% of his receptions. Gaffney as a part time starter turned his 68 targets (with just one drop) into 41 receptions for 632 yds and got 1st downs on 50% of his receptions. Heck even Derick Armstrong had more 1st downs than Price. But hey, there is the added benefit of spending more money.

texanfan2002114
06-06-2005, 04:07 PM
The article below that you put on here it was dated 6/3/05. If you look at the rumor mill it is dated 6/6/05 (today). Something must have changed in the last 3 days since this article was posted so this article is outdated.

From nfl.com
From nfl.com

Quote:
After internal discussions about what to do with wide receiver Peerless Price, the Falcons have decided to try to keep him on the roster and restructure his contract. Talks already are underway, and both sides have incentive for finalizing the deal.

Price wants to stay in Atlanta and continue working for the upstart franchise. The Falcons want to keep Price, who has had worked hard this offseason by getting in great shape and catching most every pass thrown his way. Now the two sides need to come to an agreement on what to do with Price's base salary. It seems likely that Price will provide the Falcons with some cap relief for the chance to remain in Atlanta.

PeekFan24
06-06-2005, 04:27 PM
You can always tell the uneducated football fans from the educated ones. Uneducated fans always get excited about "big names", usually the skill position players, and generally undervalue those players that aren't big names because it would require a discerning eye in order to identify their talents.

Therefore, Armstrong and Gaffney are dismissed by these fans because their raw numbers are less than Price's... that's in the face of the fact that both Wrs catch a higher percentage of balls thrown to them and the fact that they are entering what should be their prime while Price is leaving his.

Fans like this are screaming for an organization like the Daniel Snyder run Washington Redskins. Fortunately, our organization doesn't listen to their voices.

Finally, someone else posting the truth. People, the NFL is not like Madden or NFL2K5... Everyone is like, "Ooh, big name player! Sign him! Sign him!" Peerless Price was a good #2 in Buffalo for ONE season. He has been on the decline ever since. Look at the numbers, first and foremost. Jabar had a better season than him last year, and some could make the argument that on many levels so did Derick Armstrong. Peerless Price is OVERRATED, please move on. Let's address some real issues for this team, like Center and Tight End.

THEFUTURE
06-06-2005, 04:31 PM
With respect..I don't agree...

Gaff is not a good blocker...also he takes some plays off...remember the ball dropped going into the endzone?

Armstong has good hands, but he is not a proven player (after all was he not a practice squad guy last year?)...

As far as Mathis goes...Do you really think a late round pick is going to be a #2 his first year?
while i dont disagree Price might be something we should look into, it would only be if it were maybe a two year contract, so we dont rush mathis if he isnt ready, but word outta camp is that he is impressing the coaches.... Gaff dropping the ball isnt taking the play off, he just made a mental error, and probably wont ever do that again.... armstrong was on our roster, he was a slot receiver, and he might have played some opposite AJ

titan hater
06-06-2005, 04:37 PM
Amazing isn't it?

Based on last year even the raw numbers are unanimously against Price. As a full time starter he got targetted 106 times, dropped 5 and only managed to haul in 45 for 575 yds gaining 1st downs on just 26% of his receptions. Gaffney as a part time starter turned his 68 targets (with just one drop) into 41 receptions for 632 yds and got 1st downs on 50% of his receptions. Heck even Derick Armstrong had more 1st downs than Price. But hey, there is the added benefit of spending more money.

I am not saying gaff is horrible...IM saying he is a #3 not a #2. Vick runs first and throws second...This is the main reason why PP's numbers are down. He runs better routes and blocks better. He is just a better reciever than Gaff!! Of Course...(with my appologies to DALEMURPHY) that is my UNEDUCATED way of thinking. (I dunno, Ma!! Maybe we otta pert ner git onather reciever for them there Tex-i-cans!!)

Armstrong has great hands...speed is the issue with him.

Mathis is a late round rookie...should he be #2?

Bradford...nuff said!!!

PeekFan24
06-06-2005, 04:41 PM
Yes, Atlanta is run first, pass second. But, Price still got TARGETED 106 times and only hauled in 45 for 575. Gaffney was TARGETED 68 times and caught 41 for 632. So, Gaffney had 38 FEWER passes thrown at him, only caught 4 LESS than Price, and still got more yardage...not to mention a 50% First Down ratio. Price is overrated...I would take Gaffney over him any day of the week.

Master Po
06-06-2005, 04:51 PM
Price succeeded in BUF b/c he was a #2 WR w/ Moulds drawing the doubles. (He also had a pocket passer.) Then ATL offered up the dough, he bolts, and now he's the #1 WR seeing the doubles. All with a running QB and without a viable #2 WR. Bad, bad spot for him, IMO. AJ would take all the defensive pressure off of him that Moulds did (if not more.) I think he'd fit in well here.

If cut, bring him I say. Then when we cut Matt Murphy, he can have his #81.

texanfan2002114
06-06-2005, 04:59 PM
Yes, Atlanta is run first, pass second. But, Price still got TARGETED 106 times and only hauled in 45 for 575. Gaffney was TARGETED 68 times and caught 41 for 632. So, Gaffney had 38 FEWER passes thrown at him, only caught 4 LESS than Price, and still got more yardage...not to mention a 50% First Down ratio. Price is overrated...I would take Gaffney over him any day of the week.


You also have to remember that Carr is a better passing QB than Vick. Carr last year completed 61% of his passes while Vick only completed 56%. I would love to see Price here as the Texans #2 and keep Gaffney at #3.

Gaffney doesn't have the speed to play on the outside and belongs in the slot.

titan hater
06-06-2005, 05:17 PM
You also have to remember that Carr is a better passing QB than Vick. Carr last year completed 61% of his passes while Vick only completed 56%. I would love to see Price here as the Texans #2 and keep Gaffney at #3.

Gaffney doesn't have the speed to play on the outside and belongs in the slot.

You hit the nail on the head...Good Post!!

D-ReK
06-06-2005, 05:51 PM
From Price's CBS Sportsline player page:

According to reports, Peerless Price might be forced to retire because of an inoperable retinal condition. The Falcons discovered the problem last season but believed the disorder was treatable.

because of this, Price gets a big :thumbdown from me...

titan hater
06-06-2005, 05:53 PM
From Price's CBS Sportsline player page:



because of this, Price gets a big :thumbdown from me...


If this is true...I agree

dalemurphy
06-06-2005, 06:06 PM
Price succeeded in BUF b/c he was a #2 WR w/ Moulds drawing the doubles. (He also had a pocket passer.) Then ATL offered up the dough, he bolts, and now he's the #1 WR seeing the doubles. All with a running QB and without a viable #2 WR. Bad, bad spot for him, IMO. AJ would take all the defensive pressure off of him that Moulds did (if not more.) I think he'd fit in well here.

If cut, bring him I say. Then when we cut Matt Murphy, he can have his #81.


He had a very good season 4 years ago!! Gaffney had a good sophmore year in college that same season!

Someone doesn't get resigned or we miss out on a free agent next year if we sign Price. Do you really want to add Price to an already strong WRing corp at the expense of something else? Don't you understand what's being said? Gaffney caught 41 balls in 68 attempted passes (61% which is excellent considering he averaged about 15 yards per catch). That is a very good rate. If he starts, he would still see single coverage. He is good. He is not what is holding this team back. Not to mention the fact that Price wouldn't be an answer anyway.

dirty steve
06-07-2005, 03:55 AM
once again--

another myopic on a potential FA. quit already!!!

swtbound07
06-07-2005, 04:02 AM
something occurs to me....just because we want all these guys......perhaps they dont desire to come here? just a thought

THEFUTURE
06-07-2005, 04:10 AM
the more i think of it, i dont think we need him.. a second rate player, wanting first rate money... pass, so who is the next free agent everyone is going to salivate over?

rittenhouserobz
06-07-2005, 09:47 AM
I am not going to pass judgement on Mathis until I see what he can do. The highlights from college do peek my interest in him. In a 4-WR set He would probably play on the outside with Gaff and Armstrong playing inside. My ral question about Mathis is the 3-WR set that we seem to use more often.

PP is officially a castoff from another team if he is released. Just like Shelton he has some sort of baggage that is not in the "brochure". I like Gilligans island as much as anyone, but I don't want the "Skipper" playing LT and Gilligan as WR. :)

TopTexanFan16
06-07-2005, 11:02 AM
You also have to remember that Carr is a better passing QB than Vick. Carr last year completed 61% of his passes while Vick only completed 56%. I would love to see Price here as the Texans #2 and keep Gaffney at #3.

Gaffney doesn't have the speed to play on the outside and belongs in the slot.

yea but gaffeny isnt our #2 bradford is, Gaffney is a slot reciever. hes never lined up outside unless it was a all go.

awtysst
06-07-2005, 11:07 AM
Just a general question. Isnt Peerless the Atlanta number one receiver? If that is true, who is their number 2 or 3. It is possible his numbers are down becuase he is targeted becuase there is nobody else there who can take pressure off him. It is also possible he is overrated. I am not sure which.

TopTexanFan16
06-07-2005, 11:13 AM
Just a general question. Isnt Peerless the Atlanta number one receiver? If that is true, who is their number 2 or 3. It is possible his numbers are down becuase he is targeted becuase there is nobody else there who can take pressure off him. It is also possible he is overrated. I am not sure which.

overrated....that simple.

Hervoyel
06-07-2005, 11:15 AM
I have no interest in seeing Price in a Texans uniform. We've got all the answers we need at the WR spot right now.

That pretty much goes for most of team. The pieces are here, I wish that time would pick it up a little and we could see them hit the field. I'm tired of waiting and I'm tired of reading the flood of "Oh let's get him!" comments everytime someone's name comes up that the majority of fans recognize.

It's like people are stuck in that whole "we've got nobody" mentality and they can't get past thinking like that. We've had four drafts now plus one expansion draft. We've signed free agents every year since 2002. We have players. We don't need everyones cast offs.

El Tejano
06-07-2005, 11:25 AM
If not for Gaffney and Armstrong, we don't be KC in KC. If not for Gaffney, we don't beat Tenn in Tenn, and we don't beat Chicago in Chicago.

texanfan2002114
06-07-2005, 12:06 PM
yea but gaffeny isnt our #2 bradford is, Gaffney is a slot reciever. hes never lined up outside unless it was a all go.

Gaffney was a number #2 before Andre got here. So yes he has been a #2 and wasn't any good at it.

JDizzle
06-07-2005, 12:50 PM
I say save the money and hand out those nifty foam Texans ice chests on fan appreciation day.

JDizzle
06-07-2005, 12:56 PM
Gaffney was a number #2 before Andre got here. So yes he has been a #2 and wasn't any good at it.

Nobody was any good at anything on the offense that year (our inaugural year). Carr broke the sack record, we had no running game, and Gaff was a rookie starting with a rookie QB and LT. Kind of unfair to put that all on Gaff's shoulders.

dalemurphy
06-07-2005, 01:00 PM
Gaffney was a number #2 before Andre got here. So yes he has been a #2 and wasn't any good at it.

He was a rookie, playing with a rookie QB, a horrible OL, with Billy Miller and Bradford running routes with him.

The point now is, will Price clearly upgrade what we can do at WR now. I don't think he can: AJ, Gaffney, Armstrong, Bradford, Mathis is a very good WR group.

Vambo, the Marble Eye
06-07-2005, 01:01 PM
What great receiver replaced Price in Atlanta that they can afford to cut him when they KNOW Vick better learn how to pass the ball (which requires receivers that can get open) if the Falcons want Vick around for an ENTIRE season???

Price is a plug.... For you non-horseman in Texas...a "plug" is a gelding that can not race anymore.

Why was Price cut? "Think" people! He can't be that great...

rittenhouserobz
06-07-2005, 01:02 PM
I was thinking the same thing. The cards were stacked against Gaffney. I would like to see him continue to help get first downs in the offense. If he does that then we are getting what we should out of a slot reciever.

Vinny
06-07-2005, 03:31 PM
Why was Price cut? "Think" people! He can't be that great... That is a good question to ask...if he gets cut. I don't think he is going anywhere.

Texansbacker
06-07-2005, 03:54 PM
I say save the money and hand out those nifty foam Texans ice chests on fan appreciation day.

I second the ice chest motion.

Let's find out how the wideouts perform this year before we look to other models and possibly overspend on a lemon.

THEFUTURE
06-07-2005, 04:16 PM
That is a good question to ask...if he gets cut. I don't think he is going anywhere.
i think the falcons are trying to get him to reitre, rather than just cut him and let him loose... from CBSsportline.com
According to reports, Peerless Price might be forced to retire because of an inoperable retinal condition. The Falcons discovered the problem last season but believed the disorder was treatable.
so not only should he not be brought here, if this is the case, the guy should not be playing anywhere, and put himself in any more harm

J Poet
06-07-2005, 04:42 PM
I think the Texans should look at Az-Zahir Hakim i think this will put more speed in the passing game, with his speed he can give Johnson more room to wiggle... and play his part. Just like Moss & Porter situation

TopTexanFan16
06-07-2005, 05:53 PM
Gaffney was a number #2 before Andre got here. So yes he has been a #2 and wasn't any good at it.

i thought that lewis guy was our #2 jermain or somethin i could be really wrong i was young at the time i dont really remember i just remember him fumbling and dropping passes all the time

Panther5407
06-07-2005, 05:57 PM
i thought that lewis guy was our #2 jermain or somethin i could be really wrong i was young at the time i dont really remember i just remember him fumbling and dropping passes all the time

Ya, I thought he was at the start but got put into the slot after not to long.

infantrycak
06-07-2005, 06:21 PM
i thought that lewis guy was our #2 jermain or somethin i could be really wrong i was young at the time i dont really remember i just remember him fumbling and dropping passes all the time

Jermaine Lewis started two games in 2002. Jabar Gaffney started 14.

texasguy346
06-07-2005, 06:26 PM
I think the Texans should look at Az-Zahir Hakim i think this will put more speed in the passing game, with his speed he can give Johnson more room to wiggle... and play his part. Just like Moss & Porter situation

I don't think too much of Hakim. We already have a ton of speed at WR. AJ, Bradford, Starling, and Mathis are all very fast guys. Armstrong is pretty quick as well, but I wouldn't call him a burner. Gaffney isn't all that speedy, but he's got excellent hands just like Armstrong. I can't imagine there being much room on the squad for Az.

Lucky
06-07-2005, 06:30 PM
i thought that lewis guy was our #2...
Well, he played like #2.

I wonder if there are any Lewis #84 jerseys available? I just had a brainstrom: Collect all of the defunct ex-Texan Replica Jerseys. Boselli, Lewis, Glenn, Sharper, Eric Brown...am I missing anyone?

texasguy346
06-07-2005, 06:33 PM
Greg Randall, Matt Stevens, Demingo Graham, Cameron Spikes, Jabari Holloway, ...

Lucky
06-07-2005, 06:36 PM
Greg Randall, Matt Stevens, Demingo Graham, Cameron Spikes, Jabari Holloway, ...
Yeah, but their Replica jerseys weren't offered for sale. Were they?

texasguy346
06-07-2005, 06:36 PM
True. Guess you'd have to have all those be custom jerseys.

TopTexanFan16
06-07-2005, 06:51 PM
Jermaine Lewis started two games in 2002. Jabar Gaffney started 14.

thanks for clearing that up again i was young and dont remember much from the first year excepts the dallas game.

TEXANS84
06-07-2005, 06:55 PM
...am I missing anyone?

How could you forget sack-machine Charlie Clemons?

BuffSoldier
06-07-2005, 06:56 PM
With respect..I don't agree...

Gaff is not a good blocker...also he takes some plays off...remember the ball dropped going into the endzone?

Armstong has good hands, but he is not a proven player (after all was he not a practice squad guy last year?)...

As far as Mathis goes...Do you really think a late round pick is going to be a #2 his first year?

Let us not forget about the guy at the top right of our message board. Wasnt he a 4th round pick as well, and if Im not mistaken he went on to win the Pepsi ROY award, but just a thought. :)

Grid
06-07-2005, 07:04 PM
What is it with us and Wide Receivers?

They are like Pokemon to Texans fans.


"GOTTA SIGN EM ALL!!!"



Gaffney, Armstrong, Bradford, Starling, Mathis, and Thomas... we have enough WRs to go around. Beleive it or not.. you do NOT have to have 4 pro bowl WRs to run a successful offense.. 1 future hall of famer and 3 or 4 REALLY good WRs to back him up should work just fine.

LikeABoss
06-07-2005, 07:30 PM
Just a general question. Isnt Peerless the Atlanta number one receiver? If that is true, who is their number 2 or 3. It is possible his numbers are down becuase he is targeted becuase there is nobody else there who can take pressure off him. It is also possible he is overrated. I am not sure which.

Alge Crumpler is the Falcons #1 WR, Price is #2, then Micheal Jenkins as #3.

The first person Vick targets when he drops back is Alge.

LBblitz
06-07-2005, 07:46 PM
What is it with us and Wide Receivers?

They are like Pokemon to Texans fans.


"GOTTA SIGN EM ALL!!!"



Gaffney, Armstrong, Bradford, Starling, Mathis, and Thomas... we have enough WRs to go around. Beleive it or not.. you do NOT have to have 4 pro bowl WRs to run a successful offense.. 1 future hall of famer and 3 or 4 REALLY good WRs to back him up should work just fine.
I completely agree and once our o line plays like it should you will see much more production out of our "role player" receivers that will make you forget about these BIG name free agents.

jppaul
06-07-2005, 09:36 PM
Peerless does better when there is a #1 and he is the 2. He was the best #2 in the game when Eric Moulds was opposite him, what did he have consecutive 80+ catch seasons when he was with the bills. He left to try to become the man. Experiment failed, know your role. I think he would be a perfect fit and upgrade our entire recieving core.

infantrycak
06-07-2005, 09:59 PM
Alge Crumpler is the Falcons #1 WR, Price is #2, then Micheal Jenkins as #3.

The first person Vick targets when he drops back is Alge.

Well great, then the Texans like many teams don't need a #2 (having filled the role with either a TE or a RB). What the heck was everyone discussing? OK sarcasm alert ended--but really did we need to jack with an already bad idea discussion thread with a nomenclature dispute?

LikeABoss
06-07-2005, 10:56 PM
Well great, then the Texans like many teams don't need a #2 (having filled the role with either a TE or a RB). What the heck was everyone discussing? OK sarcasm alert ended--but really did we need to jack with an already bad idea discussion thread with a nomenclature dispute?

Ohhh Kayyy :confused:

*Walks out of the thread with a confused look on his face*

THEFUTURE
06-08-2005, 05:30 AM
...am I missing anyone?
Avion Black, J.Posey, Steve Foley