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    WR Situation

    So looking at our WR situation going into 2013 we have Denarius Moore, DHB, Derek Hagan, Rod Streater, Jacoby Ford, and Juron Criner. Who do you think becomes our starters come Week 1. I am hoping for a starting lineup of:

    1.) Denarius Moore
    2.) Rod Streater
    3.) Jacoby Ford in the slot ( if he can stay healthy)
    4.) Derek Hagan

    I don't want to waste any money on a free agent like Jennings or Wallace because we have so many other glaring holes to fill, and I think those two will end up being over paid after a bidding war.

    Criner didn't impress me much outside of the preseason, and DHB catches everything with his body never with his hands. If we cut DHB what is the cap hit? Is his salary guaranteed? If not hopefully we can get him to restructure because I do like his speed so we can run something end arounds, or trick plays for him, but would rather see him cut. I would like to hear everyones thoughts on who you think should start, who we go after in free agency??

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    Streater is better then Moore and will emerge as our number one which isn't saying much. With the money we save from letting DHB walk, we can get a vet, and Reggie will find another in the draft

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    We have needed a number 1 for a long long time. Having a big play receiver changes the defense up a ton

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    Hagan is an example of poor depth, when a team has a Hagan receiving significant playing time, its very telling of the men playing in front of him.

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    Hagen is a good receiver. He's not Dez Bryant or megatron but he has good hands. I wouldn't mind Hagen back for depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderFanBL9 View Post
    Hagen is a good receiver. He's not Dez Bryant or megatron but he has good hands. I wouldn't mind Hagen back for depth.
    Yep totally agree, would like to see him get some more opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderFanBL9 View Post
    Hagen is a good receiver. He's not Dez Bryant or megatron but he has good hands. I wouldn't mind Hagen back for depth.
    yea i agree, i think the dudes under rated...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Knight View Post
    Hagan is an example of poor depth, when a team has a Hagan receiving significant playing time, its very telling of the men playing in front of him.
    I have to disagree. Although we don't have a true #1 receiver we do have alot of quality #2's. As far as Hagan goes I am not sure why he doesn't get more playing time I have rarely if ever seen him drop a pass. He catches everything that comes his way(which isn't very often). I don't really recall paying alot of attention to his route running though, so maybe that isn't his strong suit? Besides that he is a solid, reliable, quality #4 WR.

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    The fact that we got most of our production from our TE tells me that our WR corp will look like this...

    1.) Streater
    2.) Moore
    3.) New player
    4.) New player
    5.) Hagan
    6.) Criner
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's View Post
    The fact that we got most of our production from our TE tells me that our WR corp will look like this...

    1.) Streater
    2.) Moore
    3.) New player
    4.) New player
    5.) Hagan
    6.) Criner
    Kinda what I was thinking. With all the dropped passes we dont have a WR 1 in the group period. I was thinking more like:

    1.) FA
    2.) FA
    3.) Moore
    4.) Possibly Ford or draft pick
    5.) draft pick
    6.) Criner

    Not excited about anyone on the roster this season, the only reason I left Ford in there was because we havent seen him play a full season yet. However, another injury season from him and DHB should be enough to send them both to the JETS with Schillens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cykoraider View Post
    Kinda what I was thinking. With all the dropped passes we dont have a WR 1 in the group period. I was thinking more like:

    1.) FA
    2.) FA
    3.) Moore
    4.) Possibly Ford or draft pick
    5.) draft pick
    6.) Criner

    Not excited about anyone on the roster this season, the only reason I left Ford in there was because we havent seen him play a full season yet. However, another injury season from him and DHB should be enough to send them both to the JETS with Schillens.
    What about Streater??? I think he is the long term solution as our #2 guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheKing30 View Post
    What about Streater??? I think he is the long term solution as our #2 guy.
    AGREE...that kid too me has the signs being really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheKing30 View Post
    What about Streater??? I think he is the long term solution as our #2 guy.
    Streater shows "glimpses" of being ok, not great just ok. He is very inconsistant, as a depth guy I wouldnt mind I still think we dont have a legit starter on our roster right now. Ford, Moore and Streater could prove me wrong and I hope they do, but as for now, I dont like what I see. A veteran WR is something we DESPERATELY need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's View Post
    The fact that we got most of our production from our TE tells me that our WR corp will look like this...

    1.) Streater
    2.) Moore
    3.) New player
    4.) New player
    5.) Hagan
    6.) Criner
    I'm digging on this...

    I am intrigued on what to do with Ford and I think that Greg Jennings should get a contract in Oakland.

    This would be my 2013 lineup..

    Jennings
    Moore
    Streater
    Criner
    Ford
    Hagan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheKing30 View Post
    So looking at our WR situation going into 2013 we have Denarius Moore, DHB, Derek Hagan, Rod Streater, Jacoby Ford, and Juron Criner. Who do you think becomes our starters come Week 1. I am hoping for a starting lineup of:

    1.) Denarius Moore
    2.) Rod Streater
    3.) Jacoby Ford in the slot ( if he can stay healthy)
    4.) Derek Hagan

    I don't want to waste any money on a free agent like Jennings or Wallace because we have so many other glaring holes to fill, and I think those two will end up being over paid after a bidding war.

    Criner didn't impress me much outside of the preseason, and DHB catches everything with his body never with his hands. If we cut DHB what is the cap hit? Is his salary guaranteed? If not hopefully we can get him to restructure because I do like his speed so we can run something end arounds, or trick plays for him, but would rather see him cut. I would like to hear everyones thoughts on who you think should start, who we go after in free agency??
    waste money? are you kidding me? that $$ will be well spent these receivers need a vet to teach em' how it's done. I'd pay Greg Jennings because he wont cost as much coming off injury.

    why do you think the receivers have struggled? a lot of it has to do with no vet receiver. it's be a very wise investment.

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