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Highest WR drop rates in 2018... Shocker....

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9 minutes ago, Cuttinedge said:

Our number #1&#2 receivers from 2 years ago in the top 10. But it’s all Cams fault Smdh 

And number 3 in Cole

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I wonder where Moore falls on this list...

 

Drops are something you deal with for prolific playmakers, but unfortunately Funchess doesn't fit the bill.

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Probably the most infuriating player we've drafted in a long time. He's got the talent to be a great WR, much better than LaFell(who people compare him to) but the dude cannot stop dropping the damn ball. 

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So KB, with a full season without Cam, is still top 10 in drops. lol

He just keeps getting found dumber and dumber each month.

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When he isn't cramping,  he's dropping the ball.

That drop in the playoffs against the Saints on the last play still pisses me off.

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What do they consider a “drop”? Is it only a catchable pass that he drops or do they count inaccurate throws as well.

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41 minutes ago, mc52beast said:

What do they consider a “drop”? Is it only a catchable pass that he drops or do they count inaccurate throws as well.

ball hit hands. ball hits ground. that's a drop.

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44 minutes ago, rayzor said:

just for point of reference:
Christian McCaffery - 2.4% (3 drops on 124 targets)
DJ Moore - 2.4% (2 drops on 82 targets)
Devin Funchess - 13.9% (11 drops on 79 targets)
Curtis Samuel - 6.2% (4 drops on 65 targets)
Jarius Wright - 3.3% (2 drops on 59 targets)
Ian Thomas - 8.2% (4 drops on 49 targets)
Greg Olsen - 7.9% (3 drops on 38 targets)
Torrey Smith - 3.3% (1 drop on 31 targets)
 

Smith is gone.  I'm surprised Olsen's is so high.  

DJ Moore is going to brawl.

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