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Old 07-22-2004   #14
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Originally Posted by El Tejano
I agree with V. Johnson can't really improve the #s he already has because he had such a fine season. The only area to improve is his TD production.
Obviously he cannot improve percentage wise as much as someone like Rogers or Bryant be he absolutely can improve. 1200-1300 yards is very achievable and an improvement. Keep in consideration that if the offense performs a little better and gets just a league average # of plays, Carr will be throwing 50-60 more times. That alone would be good for 100-150 more yards. AJ has reportedly worked very hard on his route running in the off-season as well and while it was good before it is no supposed to be a strength (to go along with big, fast, aggressive). Plus consider the new enforcement on DB contact. AJ was never as subject to abuse as Harrison or Gaffney but less contact can only benefit him as well.
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