Have you ever thought that maybe Cam knows who he's dealing with in respect to the receivers? Why does everything related to Cam has to be something he has to fix? So darn boring after two years of the same unproven ish. it's so easy to get hung up on things after the fact but I simply don't get why u folks try to turn everything Cam does into something he needs to fix. Everyone seems to want to play "Expert Know It Alls" when it comes to Cam.
You guys need to learn to move on and stop creating and pushing nonsense. IMO, all you're doing is giving those in the media fodder to work with, as if they need help.
I worked in television for a year, so I can say television and/or other media's opinion of us is as relevant as we are to them.
As to your opinion versus my opinion, let's consider this: there's no other, better way for the rest of the receivers to prove themselves than to actually be given chances in a real game. If they don't step up and continue to be irrelevant, then that finally answers what we need to know once and for all and next year's draft should feature two or three picks for that position.
Regardless of whose fault it is that there's usually only two real receiving options, seemingly, on any play, it's a problem that needs to be fixed soon, has many roots relation to that problem, and is probably a large reason as to why we only put up 7 on the Hawks.
The thing is, though, reads and routes don't mean anything if the oline isn't what we need it to be. I'm not sold on Silatolu or Scott, I'm still going to keep a wary eye on Kalil from the Lisfranc injury, and I worry heavily that Gross is done in the offseason.