Originally Posted by venom lyrix
theoretically this should be true...
Sanders failed to make an impact with the Steelers when he was with Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown. Now he has both Thomas' and Welker to overcome. I think if priced right in the late rounds he's a solid WR 3 / flex. But don't set your hopes too high
sanders was still coming into his own when wallace was there, last season was the only year he was allowed to play without a leash and he produced ( 67 reps, 740 yards and 6 tds) solid #'s for a flex/3rd WR
if a few of those 10 td's to cotchery went his way he would be a bit more valuable.
Originally Posted by Kobe4MVP12
I see what you are saying but there is a BIG difference between Ben Roethlisberger getting you the ball opposed to Peyton Manning. Everyone going to eat again in the Denver offense.
decker had 87 receptions, 1288 yards and 11 tds last year, those numbers have to go to someone. i dont think J Thomas can stay healthy all year so i think the majority of these #'s are headed to sanders and welker.