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KillerNut9
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?

Wallace, Brown, and Miller is at least a top 5 core


NOTORlOUSD
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
I think the Packers are the best when healthy because they are so deep. The Falcons and Giants are definitely the next two.


LSUgators
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
Steelers - Wallace, Brown, Sanders, H. Miller

Not a contestant?


hiltacular
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
I think the Falcons have the best WR1,WR2,TE1 combo. I would give the edge to the Packers if we are including depth tho
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boXerrumble
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
And Cotchery, Rainey, Sanders...

Bunch of idiots up in here if you dont think the steelers dont have a top 5 core..


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brgfather129
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
I like Nate, but...

Broyles > Burleson

I said it when he went down, that injury was a blessing in disguise.


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Jcorye1
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
Probably the Falcons. Steelers are also sick.

Btw, Branch is not even close to being a main option for the Patriots.

If you go 4 deep, its pretty hard to beat the Pats.

Lloyd, Gronk, A-Hern, Welker.
This post was edited on 11/5 at 11:49 am


TigerFanInSouthland
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
If the Cowboys could ever just get it to-freaking-gether, they would have by far the best with Austin, Bryant, and Witten.

Ogletree isn't bad either.


tiggerthetooth
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
Giants, Falcons, Packers (when healthy) are the top receiving corps IMO.


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tiggerthetooth
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
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If the Cowboys could ever just get it to-freaking-gether, they would have by far the best with Austin, Bryant, and Witten.

Ogletree isn't bad either.


Idk about "by far" but they would be good, probably still not better than Falcons, Packers or Giants IMO.


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maringer11
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
No shite if you lose your top two receivers what team wouldn't be in trouble?


LooseCannon22282
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
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No shite if you lose your top two receivers what team wouldn't be in trouble?



I was just pointing out that with Jennings and Nelson hurt, Green Bay has still been pretty good on offense. Credit Randall Cobb and James Jones for making the most of their opportunities. What the hell did you think I meant?

Green Bay has the best depth at WR in my opinion. If White and Julio were both injured do you think ATL could tread water like Green Bay has? Don't be an idiot.
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LSUzealot
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
Bump

Anyone want to add saints to their list?

Lance, Colston, & Graham are all playing beastmode right now


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St Augustine
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
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No shite if you lose your top two receivers what team wouldn't be in trouble?


Packers
Saints

That's it.


VerlanderBEAST
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re: Best NFL Receiving Corps?
When healthy Patriots and Packers are a clear top 2.


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