i think he's peaked in that category. he's had plenty of time to develop there and they went out and drafted alshon and also picked up marshall. i take that as a sign that they didn't really like hester's potential as a WR.
he's only really ever been good at returning the ball and that's probably going to be the extent of his role there in chi-town.
The fact that that is going to be the extent of his role in Chicago and they'll keep him around for it is a testament to how spectacular he is at that role. I can't help but lean forward whenever he's lined up a field the kick.
And yea, I don't think he's got much going for him as a WR. At best a #3, but a #3/#4 that is holds NFL records relevant to his position? Yes pls.
Maybe I'm just so desperate to see a quality return game after so many years of missing one that I'm overly impressed. Like when TheOracle's girlfriend (read: his hand) meets up with an average stranger at a urinal. Sometimes when you've got nothing to work with you'll take anything you can get your hands on