Originally Posted by infantrycak
Well others seem to have made the transition:
Justin Blackmon - 133 tgts, 64 rec., 865 yds.
Michael Floyd - 86 tgts, 45 rec., 562 yds.
Kendall Wright - 104 tgs, 64 rec., 626 yds.
Doesn't appear matching Walter's targets is an out of line expectation.
If we had a gunslinger throwing him the ball there'd be no doubt in my mind. But we've got Joe Cool... calm, calculating, not taking chances, & while he can extend plays when needed, it doesn't happen as often as it would with Matt Hasselbeck, Jake Locker, or Kolb/Skelton would, giving the young'n a little extra time to work his way open.
They also didn't have an all-pro WR working the other side of the field, or an all-pro (I think he was an all-pro) TE working the middle of the field.