Agreed, last time:
I've watched plenty of Dolphins games. That's where my opinion of Chambers came from. Not the stats. The stats back it up.
Other receivers have to put up with bad quarterbacks. No one does as bad as Chambers does -- if they do, they're a mediocre WR. He's not a special case. Other wide receivers have to put up with QBs as poor. You can point to your analysis of a game and that's fine. Watch Santana Moss for a whole game. Watch Muhsin Muhammad last year. Off the top of my head, they have to put up with worse QBs.
Why haven't I mentioned Booker? Because Booker's had half as many throws in his direction as Chambers has. If Chambers only got 80 throws in his direction a year, it wouldn't be a big deal.
You can say that some quarterback is similar but that doesn't make it true.
Hate to repeat myself again, but all the evidence points to the fact that they are. Again, it's not six quarterbacks' fault. It's Chris Chambers'. Sorry. I can repeat myself all I want and point out the obvious evidence over and over again, and we can watch Chambers catch 60 balls out of 170 next year with a new quarterback and wait for him to break out. Maybe when he's 34 or 35, he will.
Loved the article man. I had been saying this stuff for months and was berated left and right for it until your article came out and suddenly everyone started paying attention. The vast majority realise Chambers is what he is...There are a few stubborn fans around here that will argue you in circles though just for the sake of arguing not sure if Chambers has hired a damage control team to monitor these boards or what but it is ludicrous at times how staunchly a few folks here defend a mediocre player.
I certainly hope our next coach gets us a solid #1 reciever because that is the only thing that's going to settle this once and for all is seeing what a good reciever can do in Chambers spot.