It is time for you to breakout for this team like you did against Tampa Bay during the pre-season when you scored that 60 yard touchdown and stiff armed the LB to get into the endzone. The first two weeks of the season you played well, but the last two weeks you dropped balls. In both the Cleveland and San Diego game, two of those drops would have been touchdowns. I know you had 86 catches for 1014 yards last year but you only had 3 touchdowns. This year you have 22 catches for 313 yards and only 1 touchdown.
To put this in pespective, let's take a look at Paul Warfield's first two years in Miami:
In 1970, Paul had 28 receptions for 703 yards, but had 6 touchdowns in 11 games.
In 1971, Paul had 43 receptions for 996 yards and 11 touchdowns in 14 games.
Now I know what you are thinking that Warfield and you are two different types of receivers and I will grant you that is true. Paul was a speedster just like Andre Johnson or Mike Wallace of the Steelers. However, in the era he played in was bump and run coverage and the league was a running league as opposed to a passing league. Today, the rules favor the offense like never before and therefore you should be a big producer like you were in Denver when had 10 touchdowns in 2009.
Brandon there are no more excuses. It is time for you to produce, especially against our biggest rival the NY Jets. Good luck on Monday Night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!