Not seeing a re-up in the cards for E Sanders. Currently 37th in the league in rec yds, and 41st in receptions. Also, cant seem to stay healthy for any stretch of time.
He is OK, but is he no. 2 good?... I say let him walk at season's end and let the young ones play, would like to see Moye given a shot at more PT.
depending on Sanders' foot, we may see more of Moye anyway. At least we'd get an idea of whether or not Moye is a serviceable WR. Still think we take a "BIG" WR in the draft at some point.
Originally Posted by NorthCoast
Is Wheaton a big guy? He got a couple of catches today, I think.
We got our "6-PACK" - time to work on a CASE!
HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!
Anyone know what happened to him today? Something with his foot again? We might be able to get Sanders on a reasonable contract.
do we really want him?
Originally Posted by flippy
let wheaton have his snaps next year.
Is he taller that 6'2"? Is he bigger than 200? No, then he's not "BIG". Great, he got a couple of catches today .... He's still not the "BIG" receiver this offense and QB needs.
Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan
Wheaton is going to be fine. Sanders is proving himself to be what he showed his first few seasons. What he is NOT, is a starting WR in this league. He's too fragile. I agree that we should let him walk at this point. I think AB has proven he's worth his money. I think Cotch has EARNED his place on this team next year. And I think Wheaton has the potential that Sanders has already proven not to have. That leaves a slot (a #4 WR). Guys like Moye, a '14 draftee, and others can battle for.
Maybe? I'd like to see what Wheaton/Moye do going forward for sure. And it depends on all the other contracts we have and how we prioritize everyone and if Sanders fits. I do think he's a good football player. And he's only in his first year as a starter.
Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
I wouldn't break the bank to keep him by any means.
I still think it was idiotic not to take the 3rd when it was gifted to them.
If it's me, I'm not drafting a fourth WR ... if a potential #1 or 2 is on my board anywhere after the 1st round, I'd be looking long and hard at taking him and letting things fall out where they may ... especially if he's taller than what we have right now.
Originally Posted by Shoe