Dez Bryant, Other WRs, Unfairly Labeled Because of the WR Conspiracy Theory

April 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Wide receivers are collectively bring grouped as the problem position in the NFL. It all started a few years ago with Randy Moss and the Vikings. Before him there were a few headache wide receivers (Michael Irvin was a headache but he had a remedy, *sniff sniff*), but none so unanimously hated by so many people.
In each of the last few years we've seen current, former, and future receiver prospect be labeled prima donnas .
It's a conspiracy I say.
Wide receiver is in my opinion the most undervalued position in football. One or two bad years and your stock is worth a sack of potatoes (See Randy Moss traded to Patriots for afourth-round pick to validate that opinion). No other position in football besides quarterback is so highly critiqued.
Everything they do on and off the field is blown out of proportion. They can be the best player on a football team and yet are tossed around like candy between NFL teams. More recently we have begun to see high-profile trades of...

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