Originally Posted by TheHustler
His numbers since then:
38 for 516 and 3
31 for 404 and 3.
and the numbers his rookie year:
30 for 432 and 2.
If you want to go by the numbers, his 2nd year with 56 for 964 and 7 would seem like the anomaly.
Tons of potential, but unproven.
You know, these numbers look a lot like Alvin Harper numbers. He was never a star receiver, But he had great yards per catch, was a constant threat for the big score, and took some pressure off the real star, Michael Irvin.
His number could be better, but it is really difficult to put together a team of all-stars these days.