Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mgteich, Sep 4, 2007.
4 four quattro
I think he will start on Sunday, but I think he will ultimately be #4. I think my #1 and #2 predictions will be different than most because I have Moss as #3 behind Welker and Stallworth.
Ok, let the flaming begin for not have Moss as #1.
1 above Reche?
He'll catch more balls this year than Moss or Stallworth.
He'll be our #2 receiver for a long time to come. Maybe not in terms of talent, but in terms of production.
Welker inthe slot, but ranking
I think Gaffney could find himself looking for employment when Troy Brown returns. A couple nice games by Washington and I'd say it's likelier to happen. I'm not a big fan of Jabar's.
Depends on how Moss pans out. But assuming all goes according to plan, he's a solid #4.
Obviously 5: he's behind Moss, Stallworth, Welker, Faulk, and Watson.
Wait and see, guys. They're going to get into that four wide set against teams like San Diego and Baltimore, and he's going to catch 7 and 12 yard curls and outs all day long. He's going to produce, and he will make Stallworth's life difficult.
The poll says among our wide receivers.
I'm with the masses, he's our 4th best.
so you put him not at n.5 but at number 6
you put 5 players before him
I agree! I expect Gaffney to be quite productive this year.
When did Faulk and Watson become WRs?
But fewer touchdowns.
Yeah, I hate when a guy comes in half way through the year and becomes the BEST WR in the playoffs. He put up better numbers than a future HOFer in Harrison and better numbers than a superstar in Wayne.
You're crazy if you think he's going to be replaced by Troy Brown. Troy is a great guy, but he couldn't be half as productive as Gaffney as a WR at this point.
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