And you think TDs is a really important indicator of how good a WR is? Maybe it says a little about how good they are in the red zone... but what if the team doesn't throw in the red zone? What if the team rarely gets to the red zone? What if the QB can't throw well to the WRs in the red zone?
TDs are an over-rated stat for any backs or receivers.
Not only how good they are in the RZ(by far the most important part of the field), but whether they broke big plays or not. You might get a flukey year for TDs, but you won't get a flukey amount of TDs for a career.
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