OK, this is going to sound pretty arrogant, but I don't really know what makes a good WR. I played highschool football and never payed attention to the WRs. Even when you watch football on TV, you see the line of scrimmage, not the WRs running down the field. So right now, I'm thinking WRs just run down the field and catch balls. So if you're 1) fast 2) have soft hands and 3) are tall enough to catch balls over defenders, than you can be a great WR. Where am I going wrong here? What makes a WR so much better than another one? I'm sure there are tons of guys equally as fast as people like TO and Heins Ward, and there are lots of people taller than Marvin Harrison. And there's gotta be lots of people equally as athletic as Jerry Rice. What made him such a great WR? I know AJ is a obviously a great WR because he's a huge and fast guy who breaks tackles. But what makes orinary looking guys like Marvin Harrison and Heins Ward so special? I mean, I can't see how running routes can be that hard... I've been wondering about this because it seems like we have yet to find a solid #2 reciever. Isn't Corey Bradford a tall and very fast guy? Why hasn't Gaffney lived up to expectations? These guys seem to physically make the mark on paper, but not on the field. How does this happen?