In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:
2010 - 22 Receptions, 2 TDs
2011- 32 Receptions, 4 TDs
These numbers reflect Demarius Thomas's first two seasons in the NFL. Through 8 games as a roookie, Aaron Dobson has matched Thomas's ENTIRE SECOND SEASON production.
I just saw a line from Pezzy coined "TB should not 'have to' deal with this!" in another thread, so I looked up a recent rookie 1st rd pick to see what the Denver QB at the time "had to deal with" in 2010.
Boo-hoo Tommy BRady, the entitled and spoiled one. Fans like that with those comments make me ill.
In 2009, Kyle Orton had all new WRs, as he was a new QB in Denver at the time (since 2009), and in 2010 had TWO new rookie WRs like Brady had this year (Thomas and Decker).
Kyle Orton had a Pro Bowl year in 2010. Hmm. Kyle Orton. If Brady is so great, what is the problem?
Jabar Gaffney, Eddie Royal and old friend Brandon Lloyd were the main WR targets. Certainly not a bad group, but certainly not better than Amendola and Edelman here.
Kinda interesting how a QB with new WRs in other markets doesn't whine or complain or have a part of the fanbase making wild excuses all year about the GM tortuting the QB.
Numerous QBs have new or young QBs to work with every year in this league. Gomer jumped into Denver. No problem.
Alex Smith? No problems in KC this year. 9-0 club. 2:1 TD/INT Ratio.
Aaron Dobson has 31 receptions and 4 TDs halfway through his rookie season. Hmm.
Kenbrell Thompkins has 23 receptions and 4 TDs through the halfway mark. Each will outproduce what Demarius Thomas did as a FIRST RD PICK in 2010.
You just can't spin your way out of the reality that BB left Brady with a top 3 receivers through most of the first half of the season who had 11 NFL starts between them before the opening gun.
Another day, another bludgeoning of the village imbecile. LMAO@U
No way in hell you are a college graduate.