Discussion in 'Beasts of the AFC East' started by jp2lee783, Jul 11, 2007.
Who is going to lead the AFC EAST in Receiving this Year?
Off hand I would say Lee Evans but Moss is a possibility.
I went with Lee Evans, The Pat's will have to spread the wealth with all those receivers.
Who put chambers...thats really likely to happen(NOT)
He's the best WR in the East.
easily Lee Evans, Brady is so good at spreading it around, and Evans is so fast, plus JP has noone else to throw to
i picked up evans in a few fantasy leagues...kills me to have a bill on my team, but cant play fantasy with heart
I hope no-one picks Ronnie Brown :lol:
Cause if he wins this either he had an amazing record breaking season or we went back to 1969 and played a season.
My guess is Evans followed by Stallworth if he gets healthy. I wouldn't sleep on Chambers but I wouldnt vote for him either.
I agree, Evans is most likely, even though Green, Pennington and Brady will probably have more passing yards than Lossman. Even with all the new WR talent the Pats have, Brady loves to spread the ball around. Green did as well in KC. Coles will probably be up there, but Cotchery had a pretty good season last year and should show up even more this year.
Tom Brady may "spread it around", but he was "spreading it around" to receivers like Troy Brown and Deion Branch, not too much on the skill set of a Moss. It's likely Randy's swan song will occur in New England, and unfortunately for our mediocre pass defense, he will have a big year.
evans or coles
I second that!
lee evans hands down
I won't say Chambers, even though he's capable (he has a great year while everyone else has a moderate year lol, he did lead it in 2005) it's gotta be Evans. I don't think Cam has shown a tendency in his systems to target one WR, but that could be the lack of a good WR in San Diego. As said, Brady is bigger than Moss and is not afraid of him, he'll throw it to whoever he wants to, and Moss will have to shut his piehole.
I think Lee evans will but in second i think chambers is going to get back to his old good form. I think he is going to turn heads this year.
Moss certainly could but I don't think he will.
Evans should be the favorite but I think it might end up being Coles.
...Not Chambers though. I just don't think he will.
derek hagan. mark my words!
The extreme inconsistency of Chris Chambers needs to be taken into account here. He had a very bad season last year, that means this year will be a very good one. Chambers will be 5th in the league in recieving and lead the AFC this year.
I reckon it'll be Lee Evans too. He's a very good receiver and it's the AFC East team with the biggest dropoff between number one and two receivers so he'll be completely the featured guy. Coles could do well too but Cotchery is probably too close to him in terms of potential production for him to get the 'QB attention' Evans will.
I don't know if that MOST DEFINITELY means he's going to have a good season....just because he had a bad one last year? Still could have a good season though.
Of course Lee Evans, Moss will be used more as a decoy than an actual reciever IMO.
I agree with the Lee Evans pick and am choosing Chambers second because I am a Dol Fan and beleive with the right situation he will produce. The thing that makes Chris Chambers extremely inconsistent has been the Dolphins supporting cast either he has had a different QB, offensive cordinator or both every year scince he has been here. If Cam is like Scott L and Green like Guss F Chris will have a good year if not who knows? Imagine working for a different owner and or plus a manager every year for alost 10 years it would be a bummer regard:dolphins:less of the $$$$.
Wes Welker knowing our luck :err:
If we approach San Diego's offensive output last year I could care less if all our receivers got 800 yards. I know we don't have Gates/LT but a more balanced offense with points somewhat approaching San Diego's would make me very very happy.
Whoever Peyton Manning throws to.
It's been a long time since Peyton Manning has thrown a pass to an AFC East WR.
Coles or Evans.
Evans followed by Chambers
How surprising that the Bills fan left Ted Ginn off the list. Not that I think he is going to lead the AFC East, but he has a far better shot then players like Leon Washington, Marshawn Lynch and Ben Watson who made your list.
Anyways, it will be Lee Evans that leads the AFC East this year. Mostly because the Jets, Patriots and Dolphins have pretty good depth and the ball will be spread out a lot more. Besides Lee Evans, the Bills have absolutely no one, so he will have the ball coming to him a lot.
Is this for all around receiving or just in catches, yards per catch, total yards receiving and/or touchdowns?
lee evans he is the bills only option, unless someone else emerge from their recieving corps.
Lol. Yeah not a lot of thought went into that post.
If your gonna make statements like that u better know who the bills have and how talented they are and i dont think that Peerless Price, Roscoe Parish, and Josh Reed are that bad to be considered nobody and if u believe that they are your obviousley forgeting about that 21 to 0 loss last year.
Roscoe Parrish - 23 receptions, 320 yards, 2 TDs.
Peerless Price - 49 receptions, 402 yards, 3 TDs
Josh Reed - 34 receptions, 410 yards, 2 TDs.
I repeat the Bills have absolutely no one behind Evans.