The perfect example came up over the last two weeks for a point I think is important. QB's make mistakes, WR's change routes, ... looking at only the result doesn't always give you a good picture. So example: Texans v. Bills: Schaub throws a pass behind AJ which hits his trailing shoulder, bounces into the air and becomes (another lucky) INT for Byrd. Saints v. Carolina: Brees throws a pass behind Reggie Bush to a degree Bush ends up making a phenomenal one-handed catch at full arm extension behind him and it becomes a successful play. My point -- I don't think either play reflects on the players, either QB or receiver. All QB's throw passes that aren't perfect (or the receiver doesn't run the right route and ends up off target). All receivers have great receptions and poor ones. Reggie saving Brees' butt on one play didn't make Brees a better QB. AJ failing to make a good play on one ball didn't make him a poor WR or Schaub a poor QB. Sometimes fans get to close. Just a thought.