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If the quarterbacks played so well, it only makes sense that those on the receiving end did, too.
And they did.
From Golden Tate's double move leading to an easy opening touchdown to Ryan Broyles' tough catches, there was little to be upset about.
Corey Fuller also added to his growing legacy. On the first drive of the third quarter, he took a short throw, weaved his way through traffic and came within inches of the end zone.
The most important development may have been Eric Ebron's play. He still looked a bit confused out there, juggling his first catch before ultimately bringing it in, but his second catch proved he had the concentration necessary to be a valuable asset.
Even Kris Durham got in on the act with a Calvin Johnson-esque grab in the first quarter. He went over the defensive back in an aggressive manner to haul in the game's second score.
Lastly, Andrew Peacock continued his effort from last week. Neither of his catches were spectacular, but he's proven himself to be a poor man's Ryan Broyles, who himself put together another solid performance.