Any time you try to win everything, you must be willing to lose everything. Larry Csonka
The man exceeds in every aspect of the game. Just gotta rest that hammy!
My #1 WR if we look in Free Agency. The only place he is weak compared to others is that he is older and has more of a recent injury history. No doubt in my mind he's the best WR available in Free Agency and the age/recent injuries should help get him at a lower price.
Playoffs still going on though and when its all said and done, Jennings could impact the Packers to the point they get aggressive in resigning him. Legit top 10 WR when healthy.
Since Mike Wallace entered the NFL in 2009 more than 320 wide receivers have played in the league. Only nine of them have recorded more receiving yards than Wallace over that stretch, only two have scored more touchdowns, and only three have averaged more yards per catch.
Only 20 wide receivers in NFL history have had more yards in the first four years of their career. He’s led the Steelers in touchdowns (or at least shared that lead) every year he’s been on the team, including this past season.
Wallace has only missed 1 game in 4 years and is only 26 years old
I won't be mad with either one, but I'd prefer Jennings.
i've been watching jennings hard the last few weeks...he's definitely not washed up...hell yesteray he caught a come back pretty much on the sideline made the corner miss in space and provided more rac than brian hartline has done in that same scenario all season combined...
his hips look fluid he can still separate in and out of his cuts he's trending up...the one thing that i would caution you on though is he's not separating down the field in his vertical routes like he usually does...i see many more dbs able to hand check him and stay with him down the field of late...that may just be he's not 100 percent yet but it also may be that he's potentially losing a step...something to watch for
hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
His age doesn't bother me at all.
Wayne had a damn good year. He's 34.
He has only shown one thing so far in his career, speed. He has a drop problem as of late, He's explosive but can he run routes that a WCO requires?
I have never seen Wallace run a comeback route on the sideline. I don't know if he can.
Wasn't Jennings a slot receiver for most of his career?