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No. What's retarded is you saying that he is the only receiver that can get open. He sucks. He is a JAG at best. Boykin is better in all aspects. You look at his career drop rate, and tell me he has a worse drop issue in the regular season. And, if he can't get open then you obviously can't see. He is better. Byrd is better. Even Mike Brown, who did have some issues dropping the ball is better. Bersin is better. You're delusional.
Well, all I got to say is I have been mocked and scorned for months, just for telling the truth. I trust my eyes when it comes to receivers and their play on the field. Even I couldn't foresee Corey melt down to sub-JAG status. It was painful to watch. The worst I've ever seen actually. Add this to last game, and damn. But...I told you so.
Yes, but risking that hammy to further injury is unacceptable. Yes, I think everyone wants to see Boykin tonight, but we need to see Brown actually produce also. I expect we'll see lots of Jerrislow, Ginn and Brown (and maybe red...) tonight.