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Old 06-06-2011, 07:00 PM   #11
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Default Re: Can Emmanuel Sanders develop into the best 3rd down receiver?

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Originally Posted by DanRooney View Post
Sanders and Brown seem like #3 receivers to me. Both are a bit undersized to be a #2. I'd like (hold your laughter) Limas Sweed to get his act together and line up opposite of Wallace. The problem is Ward is taking up a valuable roster spot when his production is on a plummet. I don't think he's going to have a very gracious exit out of the 'burgh.
I've got to disagree with you on Ward. I think you're right about him slowing down, and he might not be the best wide receiver on the team, especially with Wallace playing amazing and the other young receivers getting better.

I can't see him having a bad exit from Pittsburgh. Hines Ward is Steeler football.

That would be sweet if Sweed could get it together though, him and Wallace would be unbeatable.
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