Some teams have a dominant passing attack—from quarterback, to tight end, to wide receivers—they have it all. Picture the Green Bay Packers or New Orleans Saints. Those teams even have a tailback that can catch out of the backfield.
And then there's the "tweeners." Teams with one dominant wide receiver in the league, but no one else to support them. Bacon, no eggs. Air, no plane. You get it.
These seven receivers would do well to politic for a fellow wideout that would not only improve the team in general, but would make the double and triple-teams disappear. Like David Blaine. Okay, maybe not that good, but pretty close.
Bang it below to watch the magic.