My experience is that with very rare exceptions (man-child Andre Johnson, Marvin Harrison, Jesus in cleats Jerry Rice, etc.) qb's make the wr and not the other way around. Look at Chicago where Cutler (note, I am not a cutler fan) put up 3,600 yards with the equivalent of a practice squad team. Or look at New Orleans, Atlanta, or better Baltimore all who had middle of the pack receiver corps until getting a superior quarterback. I think that once you reach a certain minimum level of physical ability, the item which most makes a passing attack is qb and wide receiver trust. Cutler threw like 200 ints though. Plus his numbers went down, not up, with the Bears. While Orton's numbers went up from last year. Brandon Marshall was still Brandon Marshall, 100+ catches with Orton, who's average at best. It goes both ways. We had Jeff Garcia put up better regular season stats than Joe Montana when TO was here in his prime. Once TO left, Garcia struggled and he's been a backup/fringe starter ever since. Colston and White are pretty good WRs. And Baltimore's passing game is average and Flacco certainly hasn't made any of their WRs look good. Their WRs are absolutely horrible. They don't have a single TE or WR, including Todd Heap, that'd start on any other team in the league.