Originally Posted by mldardy
He had 55 catches for over 600 yards and 5 TD's. His previous career high was 33 catches for a little over 200 yards and he had 4 career TD's. Yeah I would say he got a chance to shine as a TE he did. I know you hate to give any ex-Cowboy credit but you can see when given a chance he almost tripled his career high in yardage, surpassed the number of TD's he had in his career in 1 season and caught almost twice as many passes.
And LOL at using NOT. Who says that anymore. Is this 2005 or 2013.
Ok no offense to this idea but his previous high of 33 was as a back up. He didn't start, he wasn't the main TE, and he would have been the 3rd or 4th option most likely on most plays that he did play in.
So the fact that with the Giants this year he was the STARTER, there for the main TE, and he only improved his best by 22 catches over 16 games? Sorry but color me not real impressed.
The TDs was kind of impressive. Although most of those game in the first few games didn't it?