Oh, so because he didn't match his 2011 production in his rookie season.. that means that he had a "slow start to his career"? Wow. LOL. (Not to mention, those #s aren't even THAT far apart... receptions only difference. Same
TD total, only 175 more yards...
, but anyway)
Hey, CP. How many receivers match their production in Year 1 that they do in Year 3? Roughly... hmmm let me do the math... k, carry the 1.... oh yeah. About 0%
of them. So basically, because he didn't (as EVERY wide out fails to do pretty much), that means he had a slow start? He's supposed to post identical numbers or it's a slow start?
By that logic, every WR in the NFL has had a slow start, with just about no exceptions.
Just about every way you look at it, you're wrong man. Because if we're just talking about his first few games in the NFL, he had a solid performance on the offensive side of the ball (2 TDs, man... this dude needs to pick it up!), or if we're talking about his first season, he was OROY.
Tell me what that O stands for.
Harvin was NOT the weapon his rookie year, that he was 2 years later. Fact. Period.
Point me to where I said he was. Try not to ignore this, like you did with my question about Hines Ward and the deep threat WR you said played alike.
You enjoy calling people homers when you speak out of turn on something you know little about. Numbers separate opinions from facts.