Originally posted by iLL49er:
whomever wrote this is full of garbage if they are calling beckham and cooks burners
lee got deep more often w/ more success than both those 2 guys and lee went through 3 HC's and a QB change last year
I think maybe you're just looking for any excuse to bash on Cooks and Beckham. People who are paid to do this for a living see something that you aren't willing to admit. Lee is highly talented, tremendously athletic but doesn't have the same top-end speed as Cooks or even Beckham. .
Also, once again, compare the hands on these guys and Lee finishes behind both Beckham and Cooks. The latter two snatch the ball out of the air while Lee tends to body-catch far more often.
On 2013 tape, struggled more tracking ball over shoulder and had more focus drops than previous two seasons. Statistics agree with tape: According to Greg Peshek's WR Metrics, Lee had worst 'drop percentage' (12.3) of nine top WR prospects in class. Was much more reliable in 2011 and 2012, but after going back and studying tape from those seasons again; there were warning signs (too many double catches, inconsistent focus, frequently looking to get up field before securing ball). May never have elite ball skills, but does have the body control and natural hand-eye coordination to develop into a reliable target with hard work and more attention to detail.