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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Oct 17, 2013.
It was a guess.
Not good at all
He was right there at 90 what 3 times? No team has consistently had more people in the box than we have the last two weeks; make it 3 this week.
So there are less than 20 above average WRs in the NFL?
It's really easy to find that information.
Maybe you should educate yourself more so you can actually contribute thoughts worth reading instead of your typical garbage posts.
No because you have to look at their past stats. If they have got over 1000 yards more than just once then they are above average.
I looked at the stats from last season and I couldnt remember how many there was exactly and didnt feel like pulling it back up. I thought I saw like 23 ppl who had over a 1000 yards but there were only 19 my mistake.
If munch is proud of a guy that has taken 2 snaps on sunday then what does he think about the rest of the team that was out there for most of the game? lol
To get to the point...
I completely reject your premise that 1000 yards is the bench mark for above average. And that there are only 20ish above average WRs in the NFL. I mean there are 64 starting WRs plus another 96 to 128 that will see some playing time, some a lot!
So it seems ridiculous that of 190+ NFL WRs only 20 are above average....
There are only 32 number 1 WR's...In order to be considered a number 1 WR you have to have the potential of getting at least a 1000 yards in a season. 1000 yards for a WR is like 1000 yards for a rb these days. It doesnt mean as much as it used too.