In 2013, Mettenberger's completion percentage might rise dramatically as Landry calms down plays in games like he does in practice -- catching everything within reach. John Diarse, like Landry, will be a physical set of sticky fingers. Smith, too, has good hands.
Beckham and Boone might remain the longball threats, but I think the short and medium throws should have a lot of reliable targets next season. Wright played well in 2012 -- not the speediest or shiftiest after catching the ball, but he fights for extra yards. Stokes might play similarly.
Not sure how Dural and Avery Johnson will fit into the passing game.
Brazil in the slot...could certainly get a lot of yardage after the catch due to his speed.
LSU in 2013, with Mettenberger at QB and a solid OL, could have a 70% completion rate and 2800 (or more) yards.
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