Originally Posted by infantrycak
We saw a more productive guy and were right to let him go. Jacoby's production as a WR in two years in Baltimore barely tops his production in his last year as a Texan. They did not unleash some hidden Jacoby the Texans couldn't find on the league. He is now staring at a big pay cut for 2014 since the Ravens have offered something much smaller and he is attempting to find interest in the market.
Agreed but all anyone remembers is the handful of great plays he made in their Super Bowl year. He did those things here too (what gave us so much hope for him) and we have to keep in mind that his ability to do that consistently is what got him placed on waivers here. If anything the Ravens get applause for knowing not to place too much stock in Jacoby but then why wouldn't they know that. They have his time in Houston to reference. Our coaches wanted more out of him than that (supposedly) and he wasn't going to be able to do that.
One of his highlight reel plays in Baltimore ends up being a fumble or a right-in-the-hands incompletion at the worst possible time like he dropped on us so often and he's not thought of as a guy who did good in his second stop.