Originally Posted by infantrycak
Please with the two names comment. Lots of the most talented WRs stick around into the 35-36 range and beyond. It is the less talented players who get bounced out of the league. The overall numbers mean jack when you are discussing the elite of a position. But if you want to play a numbers game lets look at 5+ time pro-bowl WRs and see how many of them were getting bounced before their mid-thirties.
The numbers do mean something but if you want to ignore them because of homerism that's fine. AJ isn't elite now and if you think it's automatic that he will stay highly productive into is mid to late thirties you are kidding yourself