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    Who wins the TD game?

    Nicks, Cruz, or OTHER?

    Who gets more TDs this year?

    2011 stats -
    Hakeem Nicks - 76 receptions, 1,192 YDS, 7 TDs
    Victor Cruz - 82 receptions, 1,536 YDS, 9 TDs

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    I'm going with NY Nicks...He's the best red zone threat on the team and should remain that way for years as he's still only getting better.

    I also wouldn't be surprised if Bradshaw has a big year also TD wise. He'll likely be the goal line guy and he's a threat out the backfield as well. He'll get all those opps that Jacobs used to take away from him.

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    Same, I'll go with Nicks as well.

    I think Cruz was AMAZING last year but I think this next season Hakeem Nicks will be the bigger threat only because Cruz might have hit his ceiling.

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    I'll give a slight edge to Cruz with Nicks coming off an injury. They are both going to contribute significantly.
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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Nicks, Cruz, or OTHER?

    Who gets more TDs this year?

    2011 stats -
    Hakeem Nicks - 76 receptions, 1,192 YDS, 7 TDs
    Victor Cruz - 82 receptions, 1,536 YDS, 9 TDs[/quote]

    I'll go out on a limb D. Hixon.........on second thought not...hmmmm.

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    [quote user="jakegibbs"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Nicks, Cruz, or OTHER?

    Who gets more TDs this year?

    2011 stats -
    Hakeem Nicks - 76 receptions, 1,192 YDS, 7 TDs
    Victor Cruz - 82 receptions, 1,536 YDS, 9 TDs[/quote]

    I'll go out on a limb D. Hixon.........on second thought not...hmmmm.[/quote]

    Lol, D. Hixon.

    But really, this isn't that much of an easy question.

    We have 2 star receivers IMO and this can easily be debatable

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    Bradshaw

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    Combo of Ruben Randall and Wilson
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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    [quote user="miked1958"]Combo of Ruben Randall and Wilson[/quote]

    I could buy-in to the two of them combined (Randle and Wilson) having more TD's than any other single player. But to the OP's question I'd say that Cruz will have the most of any single player if our red (green?) zone offense does not improve - if we get really good inside the opponents' twenty, it will be Nicks or a RB. I'd like to think a TE would have a shot, but I don't see it this year.

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    Re: Who wins the TD game?

    Randle

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