RamzFanz wrote:"Williamson: I don't feel confident about it because there are giant unknowns. Brian Quick is one of them. They are so young. You hear all these great things about Austin Pettis, but he hasn't played much. Tavon Austin is an unknown. Stedman Bailey is an unknown. I like what's there. I don't think any of them are going to have Larry-like numbers. It'll be week to week. But if I had to take all the Rams' wideouts or all the Seahawks' wideouts without Harvin, I would take the Rams. There is a lot of talent there."
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That reasoning is flat out awful. Why you would quote it, I have no idea. So williamson is ranking them second, solely based on the fact that "there is a lot of talent" there? 1, that is incredibly subjective (and based on what evidence?). 2, he even says they are almost completely comprised of unknowns. Everyone said great things about the guys you drafted last year, and they crapped the bed, and will continue to crap in it. Austin and Bailey need to play in the NFL, and prove they can do anything. Just a silly analysis IMO.