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Receiver yards per team pass attempt (excluding sacks)

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Pretty cool metric.

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telling.

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Smith is one of the all time greats. Dont give a fug what anyone says.

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why did they choose those years specifically?

 

the link won't work for me.

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Muhs is 78th (2.13) and Keyshawn 88th (2.09) FWIW.

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why did they choose those years specifically?

the link won't work for me.


Link worked for me on my phone, it says they use the receiver's top six statical seasons.

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Smith is one of the all time greats. Dont give a fug what anyone says.

 

 

I agree with you and always argue that point to friends at work who will argue that he only does as well as he does because he is on a historically mediocre team.  Silly Dolphins fans, what can you do.

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mac speedie, best name ever?

 

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If it wasn't for that year that Jimmy checked down on every play it would be higher. Very impressive.

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It's a shame Smitty missed 2004.  I'm almost positive he would've dominated that year like he did 2005... and of course there's those broken down Jake, Testicleverde and Pickles years.

 

All that to go with playing his entire career in a run-first offense where he was usually facing double and triple coverage without the benefit of having a great QB throwing it to him (still love Jake)... his career is going to have a lot of 'what ifs' when he retires.

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It's a shame Smitty missed 2004.  I'm almost positive he would've dominated that year like he did 2005... and of course there's those broken down Jake, Testicleverde and Pickles years.

 

Playing his entire career in a run-first offense where he was usually facing double and triple coverage without the benefit of having a great QB throwing it to him (still love Jake)... his career is going to have a lot of 'what ifs' when he retires.

 

Agreed but I think he may have the chance to make up for it with Cam. If Smith can make 1000 yds for the next 3 years then he'll get pretty high up in the all time number ranges.  I think if he even pulled off a 1500 yd season it would prove he's an all time great at 34.

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