Definitely Wallace, who's shown recently that he can score inside the 20 as well (That TD taken off the board was damn impressive). AB is playing out of his mind but he's still the #2
Last edited by Big T; 12-09-2011 at 09:49 AM.
How about WHO CARES! Thye compliment each other perfectly and hopefully for a long time to come!!!
Very hard to say, but Brown looks like he is trying to be the #1 guy. Some of the catch and run plays that he is making right now are really reminding me of Holmes. I wonder if his improvement is going to pressure Wallace to try to improve his game even further (routes going over the middle, for instance).
I honestly think they are 1A and 1B.
Wallace has the speed and moves, but he also has the defenses doubling him more.
Brown has great speed, not as much as Wallace, but good moves and I believe he is more confident.
I think Ben will find Brown in single coverage more often than Wallace.
Then my 3 would now be Cothery, he has solid hands! This guy still has some life in him.
Sanders and Hines are the unknowns to me, Hines will get to 1000, but will they be useful cathces? And Sanders cant seem to stay healthy. coming in to the season anders was suppose to be No 2. Thank God Brown has stepped it up!
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Most of you know I've always been a Brown fan, I liked the pick and been following his production through-out his 2 seasons with the Steelers. Him and Wallace are going to be the sickest combo in the NFL next year. Wallace launched himself into the top 5 this season, but Brown will be our best receiver by next year. Mark it down.
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