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Something Jaguars fans never see with their team: a big receiver making a big catch.
The Jaguars rebuilt their defense this past offseason, not through the draft as many fans were expecting, but through free agency. This past week against the Falcons, the Jaguars defensive line performed well and really powered a strong effort from the entire defensive unit.
On the other hand, the offense was hindered by drops and inconsistency on the offensive line. Starting right tackle Guy Whimper would make Jaguars fans cry, but you gotta go with what's out there, and there isn't a lot of O-line talent to spare right now around the league. There are, however, some very capable receivers.
The Steelers added Jerricho Cotchery to their receiving corps, which now includes Mike Wallace, Hines Ward, Emmanuel Sanders, Limas Sweed and Cotchery. The Steelers like adding draft picks and probably wouldn't miss one receiver too much if the price was right.
The Jaguars could use a big receiver (Sweed is 6'4", 220) since Mike Thomas and new weapon Cecil Shorts III are both shorter than six feet tall. Adding a receiver makes sense for the Jaguars, and a young guy like Sweed sounds better for the Jaguars than the geriatric, team-chemistry serial killer Terrell Owens.