There's a notion that a receiver can take 3 years to develop in the NFL. JJ is a testament to that, as his collegiate background would indicate he needs to be coached up to the NFL level. All said, he's had some rough times, but I really am liking what I see on the field this season. As a playmaker, he stands out to me above all other WR's on the team with exception to AJ. I don't recall seeing toting the ball in a screen yet, but I would think his open field talent would make that a very productive attribute as well. I hope he continues to grow and develop into a real no.2 wr on the club.