There's nothing "relative" about the Falcons' receiving corps any more. Anywhere, anytime, to anyone, they kick tail. Yes, I'm on a bit of a delusional high having just got back from the crushing of our rival Carolina Panthers at the Dome. But I doubt I'm alone when I say what was once considered a weakness on this team—the void that prompted us to use several high draft picks on wide receivers in the middle of the decade—has become the strength of our strengths. No disrespect intended to Michael Turner the Burner, who very much turned up the heat in Week Two with over 100 yards. And same goes for Matty "Ice" Ryan, who can seemingly do nothing wrong. But between Roddy White, Michael Jenkins, Marty Booker, Brian Finneran, and Tony Gonzalez (good lord, Tony Gonzalez!), much love ...
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