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Super Bowl Week: Review of 3rd Year WRs & 2008’s 3rd Year WRs

I first want to thank everyone who took the time to read my articles. Hopefully you found them to be useful. I appreciate having the opportunity to present my thoughts and analysis to you.

 

Super Bowl week is here and as a Giants fan, this has been a wonderful week of excitement. It has been a long time since my team has been in the big game and as you get older you realize you have to enjoy the moment when they arrive because you may never see your team play in the Super Bowl again.

 

My last article about the 2007 season looks at the list of WR playing in their 3rd year. As you know, the WR position takes time for players to learn coming out of college. Many believe that a WRs break out season is in their 3rd year.

 

Below is the list of WR in their 3rd year that I ranked earlier in the year and how they did. Pre-seaon

 

 

Pre-Season Top 15

  2007 Year 3 WR’s

G

REC

REC YD

YD/REC

REC TD

1 Braylon Edwards(1100yds 6TDs)

16

80

1289

16.11

16

2 Reggie Brown (1025yds 7TDs)

16

61

780

12.79

4

3 Mark Clayton (950yds 6TDs)

16

48

531

11.06

0

4 Vincent Jackson (850yds 6TDs)

16

41

623

15.2

3

5 Devery

Henderson (800yds 6TDs)

16

20

409

20.45

3

6

Brandon Jones (725yds 7TDs)

9

21

248

11.81

2

7 Matt Jones (600yds 4TDs)

12

24

317

13.21

4

8 Nate Washington (550yds 3TDs)

16

29

450

15.52

5

9

Troy Williamson (500yds 2TDs)

11

18

240

13.33

1

10 Roddy White (500yds 3TDs)

16

83

1202

14.48

6

11 Roscoe Parrish (425yds 4TDs

16

35

352

10.06

1

12 Courtney Roby (400yds 2TDs)

DNP

 

 

 

 

13 Mark Bradley (390yds 3TDs)

15

6

71

11.83

1

14 Roydell Williams (300yds 2TDs)

16

55

719

13.07

4

15 Chris Henry (250yds 2TDs) Susp.8 G

8

21

343

16.33

2

 

 

As you can see their were Studs and unexpected Duds on this list.
Braylon Edwards led the way with
Roddy White surprising many people.

 

Below are other WRs in their 3rd year and how they did.

 

Other Year 3 WR’s

G

REC

REC YD

YD/REC

REC TD

Lance Moore

16

32

302

9.44

2

Mike Williams

14

14

180

12.86

0

Glenn Martinez

12

14

175

12.5

0

Rashied Davis

16

17

165

9.71

0

Chad

Lucas

2

5

82

16.4

0

Craphonso Thorpe

5

12

70

5.83

1

Josh Cribbs

16

3

37

12.33

0

Jerome Mathis

3

1

15

15

0

Tab Perry

2

1

7

7

0

Marcus Maxwell

4

1

5

5

0

 

 

Below is the list of WR in their 2nd year that will be entering their 3rd year next season and how they did.

 

2008 Year 3 WR’s

G

REC

REC YD

YD/REC

REC TD

Brandon Marshall

16

102

1325

12.99

7

Marques Colston

16

98

1202

12.27

11

Santonio Holmes

13

52

942

18.12

8

Greg Jennings

13

53

920

17.36

12

Derek Hagan

16

29

373

12.86

2

Brad Smith

16

32

325

10.16

2

Sam Hurd

16

19

314

16.53

1

Jeff Webb

16

28

313

11.18

1

Devin Hester

16

20

299

14.95

2

Demetrius Williams

9

20

290

14.5

0

Jason Avant

15

23

267

11.61

2

Ruvell Martin

15

16

242

15.12

4

Sinorice Moss

14

21

225

10.71

0

Ben Obomanu

13

12

180

15

1

Greg Camarillo

15

8

160

20

2

Glenn Holt

16

16

143

8.94

1

Hank Baskett

16

16

142

8.88

1

David Anderson

7

12

131

10.92

1

John Broussard

8

4

126

31.5

1

Marques Hagans

4

8

101

12.62

0

Devin Aromashodu

6

7

96

13.71

0

Wallace Wright

16

6

87

14.5

0

Maurice Stovall

15

10

86

8.6

1

Anthony Mix

12

6

78

13

0

Miles Austin

16

5

76

15.2

0

Adam Jennings

16

6

62

10.33

1

Willie Reid

6

4

54

13.5

0

Brian Clark

9

8

46

5.75

0

Skyler Green

7

4

40

10

0

Shaun Bodiford

6

1

13

13

0

Domenik Hixon

20

1

5

5

0

Chad

Jackson

Injured Reserved

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see
Brandon Marshall,
Marques Colston,
Santonio Holmes and
Greg Jennings have already show they can produce.

 

Until next season keep updated on the news. Thanks everyone again and hope you have a good off-season. The Brew Crew Corner will be back next year bigger and better.

 

In conclusion,

GO GIANTS this weekend!!!!!!!

 

 

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