Would it be so unreasonable to have 5 receivers with 50 catches each? Perhaps five from: Caldwell, Gaffney, Faulk, Watson, Jackson and Brown? Might Graham or Thomas contribute more? Might Maroney? This would more than equal the 234 catches from the top 5 in 2005. 2005 was the year the team set passing records, and almost equal the total of 256 from the top 6. Caldwell, Gaffney, Watson and Jackson all have speed. I understand that Jackson might not pan out and that Brown might retire. However, this group seems to compares favorable to the best pass offense in recent memory. Should we really expect MORE than 250 catches from our top five? or from our top six (give Jackson and Brown 25 each)? ================================================ The real issue is the confidence of Josh and Brady with the receivers. They decided that this group wasn't good enough to count on in crunch time. In fact they decided that NONE was reliable enough to get 11 yards in two tries. How will these six (including Brown or a mid-level free agant replacement) look to Tom after a full camp, preseason and a full season? Should we expect this group to be MUCH BETTER than this year's group? I would think so. Of course, we will bring in at least three more receivers for camp, perhaps including a first or second rounder. However, we do seem to be in reasonable shape, even without a top addition.