Receptions, 85, t-13th
Yards, 1105, 14th
Touchdowns, 9, t-11th
Yards after catch, 465, 7th
First downs, 57, 13th
Defense-adjusted Yards Above Replacement, 332, 8th
Defense-adjusted Value Over Average, 20.4%, 14th
Effective Yards, 1306, 13th
Catch Rate, 67%, 9th
I obviously won't get too crazy and say Crabtree's upside is in Megatron/AJ Green/Julio Jones land, but I think he's still on the upswing and settling into a developing offense and a new QB situation. I really think he can stake his claim as a clear-cut Top 5-10 WR next year (or maybe over the next month!).
Just wanted to throw some numbers behind the idea that he has emphatically shaken the BUST label. When you take a WR in the first half of round 1, you're obviously hoping for a true #1 WR who is among the best in the league... which is exactly what we got!