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#15 : August 10, 2010, 01:44:47 AM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

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#16 : August 10, 2010, 01:50:05 AM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

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#17 : August 10, 2010, 02:37:32 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

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#18 : August 10, 2010, 02:46:09 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

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#19 : August 10, 2010, 02:51:10 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

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#20 : August 10, 2010, 02:56:14 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

He reached over 500 yds one year. His rookie year, when his twin brother Mikael Clayton was playing for us. He also has an average of .6 touchdowns a year since then. That......SUCKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

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#21 : August 10, 2010, 03:23:15 PM

35 catches and 500 yards a year? What are you smoking dude....Clayton only had one season even close to those numbers since his rookie year....2009. Most of the time he has ended up with 300 something yards, and is coming off the worst year of his career, which is sad considering how terrible he is. He makes too much money to be the 5th WR and sit on the bench, just cut his ass and finally move on from this pathetic mistake.

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#22 : August 10, 2010, 03:23:31 PM

My boy Skillet....sucks.

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#23 : August 10, 2010, 03:28:41 PM

This thread can't be serious. I thought all Clayton apologists and supporters were gone. Why do we still have these mental midgets trying to justify his play?

He sucks. Get over it. He needs to be cut.


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#24 : August 10, 2010, 03:39:43 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

He reached over 500 yds one year. His rookie year, when his twin brother Mikael Clayton was playing for us. He also has an average of .6 touchdowns a year since then. That......SUCKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

Do you know how to do math buddy? He's averaging about 500 yards a year and 35 catches.

THAT STILL IS BETTER THAN STOVALL WHO AVERAGES LESS THAN 10 CATCHES A YEAR. YOU ARE STUPID. /discussion.

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#25 : August 10, 2010, 03:49:43 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

He reached over 500 yds one year. His rookie year, when his twin brother Mikael Clayton was playing for us. He also has an average of .6 touchdowns a year since then. That......SUCKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

Do you know how to do math buddy? He's averaging about 500 yards a year and 35 catches.

THAT STILL IS BETTER THAN STOVALL WHO AVERAGES LESS THAN 10 CATCHES A YEAR. YOU ARE STUPID. /discussion.

In which part did I deny he has a 500 yds per year average (which is rounding on your part)? And when did Stovall come into the conversation? Catches don't mean anything if you can't get yards. Hey I average 100 catches a year, oh but, I only average 60 yards a year too. Point is he got over 500 yds once and it happened when Michael Vick was on the cover of Madden. Since then he hasn't sniffed respectable, especially when you take into case his drops.

Rounds 2-7 Expectations don't really define your career
If you're a WR drafted in the first round, you are expected to do BIG things. We THOUGHT we had that in Clayton. He's done a good job showing us we were wrong. You go ahead and take Clayton and his 1.6 touchdowns a year and "500" yds a year. I'll take Reggie Brown.

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#26 : August 10, 2010, 03:53:03 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

He reached over 500 yds one year. His rookie year, when his twin brother Mikael Clayton was playing for us. He also has an average of .6 touchdowns a year since then. That......SUCKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

Do you know how to do math buddy? He's averaging about 500 yards a year and 35 catches.

THAT STILL IS BETTER THAN STOVALL WHO AVERAGES LESS THAN 10 CATCHES A YEAR. YOU ARE STUPID. /discussion.

In which part did I deny he has a 500 yds per year average (which is rounding on your part)? And when did Stovall come into the conversation? Catches don't mean anything if you can't get yards. Hey I average 100 catches a year, oh but, I only average 60 yards a year too. Point is he got over 500 yds once and it happened when Michael Vick was on the cover of Madden. Since then he hasn't sniffed respectable, especially when you take into case his drops.

Rounds 2-7 Expectations don't really define your career
If you're a WR drafted in the first round, you are expected to do BIG things. We THOUGHT we had that in Clayton. He's done a good job showing us we were wrong. You go ahead and take Clayton and his 1.6 touchdowns a year and "500" yds a year. I'll take Reggie Brown.

Again, reggie brown hasn't done a thing either. They're both 30-40 catch per year guys...and this has nothing to do with clayton vs brown....saying that clayton shouldn't be on this roster is absolutely ridiculous. There is no team in the entire league where clayton is not a top 6 receiver on the roster. It's that simple. Clayton's ahead of urrutia, parker, spurlock, stovall, benn, every other camp fodder guy, and arguably brown.

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#27 : August 10, 2010, 03:56:47 PM

A Clayton apologist would have told us all about how he should be a starting WR, no one did that in this thread. He's taking snaps with people of his caliber... the crap team. If he's tied for the worst spot with 2 other WR's, who's going to get that last spot? The guy they already invested a lot of money in to. If Clayton was running with the 1st team, that would be a legitimate problem. But he isn't.

Mike Williams
Arrelious Benn
Sammie Stroughter
Maurice Stovall
Reggie Brown
Micheal Spurlock ( Seems this guy is making plays every day in TC, not to mention his benefit as a PR/KR)

What has Parker, Clayton, or any of the scrubs done?

The Glazers got rid of Bryant for a subpar 9 million dollar season, they can do the same with Mike Clayton. Besides thats money SAVED in the long run. To the tune of 15 million.

First of all, clayton has accomplished as much as reggie brown, if not more..

Second of all, clayton is much better than stovall and spurlock.

Just because his 80 catch days seem to be over, doesn't mean that the 30-40 catches he's been catching per season since than isn't better than almost every other reciever we currently have...not to mention he's still not only the best blocker in the team, he's arguably the best in the league.


You forgot to mention his great hands. ;)

Clayton and Brown have accomplished the same except for one thing, Brown was so much more consistent and that is what we need.


Also, Fun Fact: This is Reggie Brown, , I had always seen the clip but never knew it was him.

Claytons best year>>>browns best year and claytons worst year is still better than 2 of browns years

That was 6 years ago. Clayton has been starting his whole career. Brown got the job because TO got suspended during his rookie year and put up good numbers starting until he got hurt and was replaced by Jackson. Brown > Clayton any day of the week.  Clayton's first year shouldn't even count for his numbers because of how much he sucked after.

I love how some of you guys equate not living up to expectations to sucking. averaging 35 catches and 500 yards a year isn't sucking, it's just average. Sucking is stovall, spurlock, urrutia, and these guys who will never be more than bubble guys. Just because he's a 1st rounder that isn't tearing it up doesn't mean he isn't decent. You look at things like there's a fine line...Either he's catching 80 passes a year or he sucks. No, there is some gray area.

He reached over 500 yds one year. His rookie year, when his twin brother Mikael Clayton was playing for us. He also has an average of .6 touchdowns a year since then. That......SUCKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

Do you know how to do math buddy? He's averaging about 500 yards a year and 35 catches.

THAT STILL IS BETTER THAN STOVALL WHO AVERAGES LESS THAN 10 CATCHES A YEAR. YOU ARE STUPID. /discussion.

In which part did I deny he has a 500 yds per year average (which is rounding on your part)? And when did Stovall come into the conversation? Catches don't mean anything if you can't get yards. Hey I average 100 catches a year, oh but, I only average 60 yards a year too. Point is he got over 500 yds once and it happened when Michael Vick was on the cover of Madden. Since then he hasn't sniffed respectable, especially when you take into case his drops.

Rounds 2-7 Expectations don't really define your career
If you're a WR drafted in the first round, you are expected to do BIG things. We THOUGHT we had that in Clayton. He's done a good job showing us we were wrong. You go ahead and take Clayton and his 1.6 touchdowns a year and "500" yds a year. I'll take Reggie Brown.

Again, reggie brown hasn't done a thing either. They're both 30-40 catch per year guys...and this has nothing to do with clayton vs brown....saying that clayton shouldn't be on this roster is absolutely ridiculous. There is no team in the entire league where clayton is not a top 6 receiver on the roster. It's that simple. Clayton's ahead of urrutia, parker, spurlock, stovall, benn, every other camp fodder guy, and arguably brown.

You'd have to argue pretty hard for Benn and Brown. Maybe even Stovall. And I'm sure he fits in on teams as their sixth receiver. Have you seen the other team's sixth receiver?

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#28 : August 10, 2010, 04:43:24 PM

Okay I'll lay down some of the numbers.

MC's total career average for yards per season is 489 yards. Along with 37 receptions per season.

Now the numbers when you take away his very first season ,2004.  From 2005 through 2009 he has averaged  348 yards per season, 28 receptions per season, and 3 total TDs.


Now for Reggie Brown. 2005 he started in 11 games, 2006 started in 15, 2007 started in 14, 2008 started in 3, and 2009 started in 2. If you average the numbers from where Brown actually played ( 2005- 2007, 3 seasons) it looks like this:

722 yards per season
50 receptions per season.

Even if you do average the numbers for his career total (which means throwing in two seasons where he barely saw the field) it looks like this:

514 Yards per season
35 catches per season (Thats with averaging in a season in which he had 18 catches and a season with only 9 cacthes.)

Also an interesting thing is his receptions per season were increasing every year untill he got thrown in the back of the depth chart. Oh and 17 total TDs without really playing 2 seasons. MC has 10 total TDs throughout his career. 3 TDs throughout the past 5 years.




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#29 : August 10, 2010, 04:50:02 PM

Okay I'll lay down some of the numbers.

MC's total career average for yards per season is 489 yards. Along with 37 receptions per season.

Now the numbers when you take away his very first season ,2004.  From 2005 through 2009 he has averaged  348 yards per season, 28 receptions per season, and 3 total TDs.


Now for Reggie Brown. 2005 he started in 11 games, 2006 started in 15, 2007 started in 14, 2008 started in 3, and 2009 started in 2. If you average the numbers from where Brown actually played ( 2005- 2007, 3 seasons) it looks like this:

722 yards per season
50 receptions per season.

Even if you do average the numbers for his career total (which means throwing in two seasons where he barely saw the field) it looks like this:

514 Yards per season
35 catches per season (Thats with averaging in a season in which he had 18 catches and a season with only 9 cacthes.)

Also an interesting thing is his receptions per season were increasing every year untill he got thrown in the back of the depth chart. Oh and 17 total TDs without really playing 2 seasons. MC has 10 total TDs throughout his career. 3 TDs throughout the past 5 years.




You forgot to mention that Reggie Brown had McNabb throwing to him his whole career and Clayton had, well, you know, throwing to him. Not saying Brown is bad or Clayton is good but who your QB is can definitely skew the numbers.
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