Does the QB make the WR, or vice versa? I have often wondered what came first, the chicken or the egg? Well, perhaps not that but that type of question in the football format. What came first, the good receiver, or the good QB? I see points to both side of the argument. If I had to pick, I think having a good QB will make the receivers better. Case in point, Oakland. They have arguably one of the best in the game, and their QB stinks (among other things). Name one top 10 QB who doesn't have a good receiver? Don't name Brady, he single handily develops good receivers on a yearly basis. He doesn't have any household names now, but give him a year or two. You will know Gabriel's and others names. Does the difference in WR talent based more on how good the offense is and QB rather than how much talent the WR has?