Hog Heaven. Greg also made some major contributions to MVN's draft coverage and was the only writer I'm aware of who didn't give a first-round draft grade to any receivers this year, not once but twice. To the dismay of many Titans fans, Greg was absolutely right. Don't despair, however, all is not lost. The Titans have said they plan on using Chris Johnson some at receiver.Props to Greg Trippiedi, one of our writers on MVN's Redskins site,
"There's a lot of film of him lining up as a wide receiver and doing good things there like his running ability and the speed he brings to us. He gives us a chance for a home run hitter. He makes our special teams better immediately as a returner. I think we said we needed to add speed and a big-play guy, and we did that in a couple of areas," said Mike Heimerdinger.
"Its exciting because hes instant. Just plant the foot, and boom, hes gone. We looked at two screen passes when he took one against North Carolina and I think he took it 83 yards, he took another one 80 yards in another game. He just has world class speed a 10.3 [100 meters], hes on the national championship 4 X 100 relay. He has track speed, but he has football speed. Its going to be fun to have him with the things that you can do with him. He can carry the ball and he can also get out there and be a receiver and also be a returner, so I think were going to see a lot of touches for this young man."