Tag:Wide Receiver
Posted on: June 2, 2009 12:24 am
Edited on: June 2, 2009 12:25 am

Best WR in the NFL is ???

Hello everyone and thanks for checking out my first blog on here. I hope you enjoy this blog as much as everyone has enjoyed my threads in the NFL section. I will be talking about other things besides football on here, but as of right now that is my bread and butter and as the old saying goes, you stick with what works.

So let me start this blog off by saying I had a chance to see some of the responses from my thread I posted called Best WR in the NFL is ???  Here is the link if you have not had a chance to check it out and so you can see what others are thinking.


So let me say that my pick for the best WR in the NFL is Andre Johnson. I saw alot of people agreed with me on this thread, but I also saw names like Calvin Johnson, and Randy Moss pop up. I even saw Roddy White, and Steve Smith to name a couple more. This thread was very tight between Andre Johnson, and Larry Fitzgerald. I have to be honest and say that it did not surprise me that it was so close and hard to choose the top receiver in the game. You can give great reason for both players as to why they deserve to be considered the best.

I feel like both receivers are elite and can take over a game. Calvin Johnson is also now in the mix, but there is gonna be some interesting things going on in Detroit, and I am not sure how things will work for Calvin. So let me ask, when you go to a game and your watching your team play one of these guys, do you feel like something big is gonna happen against your beloved team by that player, and it is going to be a play you will be talking about the rest of the night and will be watching over and over again on sportscenter highlights?

That is what I mean by the bet WR in the game, they change the game and make it exciting to watch. That is what makes it fun and sometimes scary for your team. Hopefully one of these players is on your team, and you have the ability to see those amazing plays all the time.

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