LOL...... worst defense ever. You seriously went on Seattle's page to look at their receviers. Other than Sidney Rice, how many of those guys actually contributed for Seattle last year? Nada. Who the hell is Phil Bates, Jermaine Kearse, Charly Martin (former Panthers), Walters, and Steven Williams? lol
I am sorry I actually back up the things I say with a little research. How do you approach the "well thought out" posts you make? I assume you base them off of your extensive knowledge of the NFL that you ascertain from sitting on your couch watching sportscenter?
I am sorry our methods for understanding how things work differ. When I want to know something, I go look at statistics and don't base my decisions off my gut feeling.
For example, if you can find one statistic that would explain why height is not an important factor for recievers I would love to hear it. I have already told you how a reciever under 6' did not catch more than 8 TDs last year, your response?? The tall people have good QBs! Seriously man? That is your argument? Then you decide the Seahawks are your next arguing point and well over half the recievers on their roster are over 6'.
So, lets look at the Seahawks recieving yards and TDs last year6'4'' Sidney Rice 748 yards, 7TDs
5'10" Golden Tate 688 yards, 7 TDs6'5" Zach Miller 396 yards, 3 TDs
5'10" Doug Baldwin 366 yards, 3 TDs6'5" Anthony McCoy 291 yards, 3 TDs6'3" Braylon Edwards 74 yards, 1TD6'4" Ben Obamanu 58 yards6'1" Charly Martin 42 yards6'2" Jermaine Kearse 31 yards6'6" Evan Moore 6 yards
So, out of 2,700 yards, 1646 were to recievers over 6' or 61%
Not to mention out of 24 TDs, 14 were to recievers over 6' or 58%
So for the 'shortest' team in the league, according to you, over half the recieving stats were still put up by people over 6'.