Originally Posted by markn
There's a specific skill-set required to play WR in our 'system' and Jacoby did not excel at it. It's not his fault mind you, because fighting-off-double-coverage-to-retrieve-an-under-thrown-pass, is a difficult skill mastered by only a handful of elite receivers.
Last year as a Texan Jacoby Jones caught 31 passes for 512 yards. This year he caught 27 passes for 370 yards. It was Jacoby's worst year as a WR in the NFL since 2008 when he caught just three passes for 81 yards.