Originally Posted by InmanRoshi
The thing that stands out to me about Broyles is he instinctively knows how to find the soft spots in a defense. No matter what kind of coverage you throw at him he'll find the weakness in it. When you combine a WR like that with a QB who is mentally on the same page, it's almost impossible to defend against (Brady/Welker). Maybe that's something that can be taught over time, but it sure does make thiings a lot easier if it just comes naturally.
I remember reading that a defender in this draft, I think it was Markelle Martin, said that Broyles was one of the best opponents he faced--for precisely that reason, he instinctively knows where the soft spots in the defense are.
Witten's got that skill as well.