I saw that blurb on Jennings too. I think Jennings makes the team because he is already a polished guy on ST coverage, and we know how important that is to the Falcons coaching staff. I recall reading somewhere that either Mora or McKay on the subject of Jennings was talking about trying to get another WR that can play ST so that they didn't have to use any of the Top 3 receivers there. I see Jennings making the team as the 4th or 5th WR, the top KR return man, and suiting up almost every week to play special teams, probably as a gunner on punt returns.
As for the other WR spot, I think it comes down to BErgeron or Pathon. Pathon has the edge due to his experience, but frankly, he's going to have step up his abilities on ST if he wants to make this roster. Short of him playing at the highest level he's played in the past 2-3 years, he's not going to be higher than #4 on the depth chart. And as usually is the case, the 4th WR plays special teams and the 5th guy is inactive every week.
I can see the Panthers, but the Giants? C'mon Pudge, educate as to why the Giants are a Super Bowl favorite.
PB, if you find out what these people are smoking, let me know so I can get some. Short of injuries crushing the rest of their division, the Giants would be lucky to make the playoffs. They have hands down the hardest schedule in a league, playing in a division that every team should be improved from a year ago, having to face off with the Bears, Panthers, Seahawks, Bucs, Falcons, Colts, and Jaguars. They would be lucky at this point to win 8 or 9 games this year with that schedule. I'm betting those are the same people that believe Eli Manning is going to be a phenom. But I hate to burst those peoples' bubbles, but Mr. Softee AKA Plaxico Burress is his #1 target and is physically incapable of following up a good season with another good one.