Donald Jones and Mike Jenkins are not likely to light the world on fire. However they are drastically different in what we normally look for guys in the Branch/Edelman mold. I think the reason is that the coaching staff has seen in 2010 and 2012 how our receivers did when they got battered at the LOS. The Jets killed us with that in the playoff debacle, the Ravens in the playoffs this past season, and even Niners in the regular season. We became too timing intensive and it gave us a glaring weakness. On top of that, redzone production has been way too dependent on Gronkowski dominating. Welker was any sort of reliable target and the only way he ever had any production in the redzone was gimmicks and picks. These guys are not only both good blockers, they are capable of catching a fade, winning a contested slant route, or just catch a ball high up over the middle.