- Nov 11, 2013
No idea what you just saidSeriously bro? Name me one white wide receiver that the league considers a "deep threat"? How many years did it take Jordy to get that repsect? Hogan, who is still a football novice really, was considered by the media to be a #1 in the same way Kevin Curtis was a number 1. Well, that should be a compliment, but Curtis was called a joke by the league even after his legitimate breakout season.
Hogan was never considered a number 1. At best he was a number 1 by proxy thanks to Edelman. No Edelman isn't a number one by them either, but it's hard to dog on a guy that puts up his numbers. Unless your Mike Furrey, but I digress. He was dogged on from beginning to end. Gordon, who, yes has talent, but has no internal discipline is the talk of the town right now.