Dez has the ability to be dominant in this league. That is pretty clear. Dez piles up pretty good stats too. That matters, but what good are statistics, when you can't trust him to run the proper route, or make a hot read and cost you when the game is on the line? Let's face it ..... Dez is capable of making a one handed game winning catch when the game is on the line. He is equally capable of dropping a wide open easy catch for a touchdown for no apparant reason. It does little good to be able to make spectacular plays on occasion if you can't make most, if not all of the routine plays he is supposed to make. Moreover, there is a hell of a lot more to being a receiver than just catching the ball when it is thrown to you. A receiver might give a "tell" that the ball isn't coming his way, allowing the defense to somewhat ignore him for that play, which makes it a hell of a lot harder on the other skill position players because the defense is able to focus on the other players. Sometimes, the fact a defense is able to eliminate possibilities enables a defense to be more effective. That is why the pass rush is so much more successful on obvious passing situations, and why a run (draw) gains more yards than a normal running play ..... because the defense doesn't expect it.