I agree with you but I'm not as high on him as most. You can't teach speed. He try's to hide it by playing off. Which killed us against the giants and allowed the bears to run the same slant all the way down the field.
I must admit, I haven't really judged him from the perspective of lacking speed, but I will pay closer attention now that you mentioned it. I thought the playing off thing was due t coaching and/or inexperience. Compensating for a lack of speed? Hmm? Perhaps. Notwithstanding that possibility, distances and angles do come with experience. Just food for thought.