However this season I feel that the skins WR corps is as good as the Giants especially since they let Steve Smith go. I think that they are pretty deep. Santana Moss when healthy is as consistent and explosive. The only knock on his game is not his fault, being that his lack of size doesn't make him a redzone threat.
It was a kind of a head shaker when I heard the Skins trade Jarmon for Gaffeny. I saw him as a journeyman receiver that wasn't worth trading a good lineman like Jarmon. Boy was I proven wrong though. Gaffeny's biggest skill set IMO is to make sure when he catches the ball he is past the chains for a first down. To many times last year and in years previous the skins receivers got tackled just in front of the first down marker.
Anthony Armstrong as one of the better feel good stories in the NFL. I thought after is nearly 1,000 yards receiving last season that he would come into this season possibly complacent. Again I was proven wrong. Armstrong still shows that he has excellent hands, runs good routes, and is one of the top 3 or 4 fastest players on the team.
Lenoard Hankerson has yet to show his potential in the pre-season, but I am sure he will sooner that later show why he was the most hyped Skins draft pick in 2011.
Terrance Austin shows the ability to get open, good hands, and is a potential deep threat.