Originally Posted by 76Texan
David, read my post here:
There was one time AJ was open in the end-zone, but Schaub saw the safety getting ready to cut him off, so he went to the left side (and ended up throwing the ball away.)
On that particular play, a quick throw to AJ would have gotten the job done; however, we can't ask Schaub to be perfect.
Very well broken down. The interception (which was a bad read and a bad throw from Matt, behind AJ when Cromartie was trailing underneath the throw) definitely made us go more conservative in the passing game. Against the Jets, that made sense, their one offensive TD came following the great field position that pick gave them.
After that, it was a matter of not letting their defense beat us when their offense couldn't. It will be very interesting to see how we do against the Packers and Ravens in this regard.
Even if it's just as a possession receiver with the occasional double move, AJ can still be a force in this league. Just ask Miami.