The purpose of this post is to illustrate that rookies rarely perform as #1 WRs on a team. I know this list can be argued but I think it is pretty apparent that if you want a rookie to come in and be your #1 WR don't expect a 1,000 yard season and 10+TDs. They may become that #1 later in their careers and put up those type of numbers on a consistent basis, just not the first year. Just trying to keep things in perspective for those who think whoever we draft is going to perform at this kind of level right away. I can already predict the rage and burn in effigy type posts after the 3rd week if our rookie WR hasn't scored a TD.
I've had some fun joining in with the doom and gloom crowd but in all seriousness I am fine with what has happened so far. Smitty hurt from a sentimental perspective and I hate seeing Ginn leave because it was awesome to see him give Oakland the middle finger by turning his career around with us. If we can just sign halfway decent WR before the draft and possibly OL or two I think we'll be fine. We still have our core.