Originally Posted by xwalker
In 2011, #1 & #2 WRs Combined had 106 catches for the year?
In 2012 #1 & #2 WRs Combined already have 106 catches?
Part of that is Romo is throwing the ball more than he ever has (which inflates Ogletree's reception totals, btw), part of it is that the #1 and #2 are catching a greater percentage of the passes than usual (that reflects on Ogletree), and part of it is that, between them, Austin and Bryant missed 6 starts last year.
And in response to ChldsPlay, that last bit is what gave Robinson 9 more targets than Austin last year, and yes technically made Austin the #3. It's hard to say that there even was
a #3 WR last year.