Originally Posted by Eskimo
He is a force in the red zone.
He can block.
He is a good deep threat.
He can make clutch catches at the end of the game.
My only hesitation has been his tendency to make major errors leading to INTs, his tendency to run out of steam at halftime and his occasional reckless play on the field. He has actually made major strides in all of these areas.
The one thing that he hasn't shown that all top 10 WRs should be able to do is takeover the game at time. He has finally started to flash that ability the last month but it was a long time coming.
In totality, I think he probably has finally arrived as a top 10 WR. I wonder if he can now step it up and go top 5. He'll need to make those strides next year as I still think there is a decent gap between him and Megatron, Larry Fitzgerald, Brandon Marshall, Reggie Wayne, Wes Welker and Andre Johnson. However, that gap is closing.
[View Full Quote]We badly need for Dez to blow up into an elite playmaker for this team to get to the next level.
Yeah, it doesn't get mentioned, but his football conditioning seems to not be a problem at all this season.
When asked whether Jason Garrett is the right head coach for this team: "I don't think there is anyone else that could. I think he is an unbelievable coach. We've responded to him and he has made us better football players, better people. If you watch us I think we play with a certain relentless spirit." --Sean Lee