1. On the positive side, two OVER THE SHOULDER catches in consecutive weeks for big gainers. This is something Hester simply has not been able to do. But now he's finally figured it out. I'm not ready to declare him Lovie's "#1 WR". But this is a real positive sign, adding the big play versatility that he has lacked as a WR.
2. On the negative side, Hester has not been the Hester of old on returns this year. Part of me has wondered if he has a minor injury. But that he's done #1 above argues against it. It kinda looks like our KR team just may not be as good at creating lanes as in years past. At the same time, Hester looks very hesitant to make that sudden upfield move we've seen him do, instead settling for east and west. So which is it?