Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck
He gave Martin the opportunity to step up early in the season and Martin didn't hang on to the ball. Over and over. And then Schaub started looking elsewhere.
With Hilton... given the fact that he was hanging on to the ball in Indy... it looks like he would have stepped up. Which would have led to more opportunities which Martin didn't get because he didn't step up.
Hey... that's fine I already said you made a good point. Hilton is a better WR than Keyshawn Martin.