Originally Posted by 76Texan
Is there any way to seperate the figures?
Some spread teams distribute the ball to their receivers more;
Some may not have a FB, some don't have two productive TEs.
Some team don't figure their RB in the passing game as much as the Texans.
Then, we also have to account for teams that don't have a lethal weapon like AJ.
Were there any down time for the major weapons?
Those are some of the things I can think of at the moment.
Some of them had stars on their helmets.
Some had eagles.
Some had thumbtacks.
All of which is equally irrelevant to your attempt to distract.
But hey if you want to play lets convolute the average I can go back and do it with lower half 1st round receivers who went to teams with 4000+ yd QB's. Well there were only two of those and they had 60 rec. for 790 yds and 47 rec. for 790 yds and 6 TD's apiece (both with WCO teams).
Or how about this one, the two who fell below your predictions for Hopkins - none of the five QB's who were throwing to them are with their teams any longer nor are they starting QB's.
Now let's take a guess, what affects a WR's performance more, the QB or whether or not the FB scratches his butt with his left or right hand regardless of whether he is on the field.