Hey Mr. Volin, its not about stats and "measurables" - its about systems and players that fit that system.
I normally agree with Volin but not on this one. He's the least attractive option of the three IMO.
KC can keep Bowe.
I like Bowe, I think he is very talented, and can be a difference maker, but he will frustrate us as much as Marshall ever did with all his drops. In Miami's new offense, Miami needs precision, effectiveness, and smarts. The #1 thing a receiver coming to Miami needs to do is catch the ball constantly, #2 is run a sharp route while still thinking on his feet. I'm surprised Volin believes that.
It may not be the most popular choice, but I believe if he keeps his salary demands realistically, Jennings is probably the closest to the type of receiver Miami needs to compete.
I prefer him to Wallace. He has produced with no QB
Any 1 of them will upgrade our offense!! I prefer Wallace because of his elite speed and he's the youngest of the 3.
Bowe has scored 23 TDs over the last 3 years while missing only 3 games. In that same span, Jennings has scored 25 while missing 11 games. Thats not counting the 2 TDs he had in the Super Bowl!!! They're yardage per game is identical and there's only a year difference in age. Jennings is the better fit in the WCO because he has been ridiculously successful in it. He is perfect for us and injuries are the only concern!!! Great character, hands, route-running, and production. If there has ever been a no-brainer in the NFL, this is it.
Is something in the water down there in South Florida?
Just seems like that area breeds alot of inept sports writers who cover the Dolphins...