Im refering to Ted Ginn. Now before I go any further this is not a HATE thread its not. However I do have no doubts in my mind that TED GINN will never become a true #1 Stud wideout. I do think he will be serviceable and a good #2 in the NFL. So before we get the season underway how many games with 6-65 yards or 8-70 yard games does it take before we can officially say he isn't going to be that guy? I know the season hasn't started and Im not going to bash him for a few games, but this is Season #3 Im not willing to wait and hear everyone say hes young let him learn. THREE years when rookies last year and the year before lighted up the scoreboard on multiple occasions. I think he will be better this year but I dont see him as a 1,000 yard receiver this year at all. I think the writing is on the wall and hes not going to get an extension unless he steps up, I just haven't seem that in him at least not in the preseason. So the question is when are you ready to call it like it is? Wishing is all good and well but sometimes we need to face it.. I sure hope Im wrong, and I would love to wrong but I see chris chambers all over him. Potential that just never transforms.