In response to Muzwell's comment:
I'll repost the stats from the Roddy White thread, for those of you claiming the rookies are not living up to your expectations.
Roddy White's rookie year: 16 games, 8 starts, 29 recepts, 446 yds, 15.4 ypc, 3 TDs
Aaron Dobson's rookie year: 12 games, 9 starts, 37 recepts, 519 yds, 14.0 ypc, 4 TDs
Kenbrell Thompkins' rookie year: 12 games, 8 starts, 32 recepts, 466 yds, 14.6 ypc, 4 TDs
Some other first year WRs:
Hines Ward: 15 recepts, 0 TDs
Michael Irvin: 30 recepts, 5 TDs, followed that up with 26 and 20 catches and 7 total TDs in his next 2 years
Steve Smith: 10 recepts, 0 TDs
Vincent Jackson: 30 recepts, 6 TDs, in his first 2 seasons combined...
Reggie Wayne: 20 recepts, 0 TDs
Stanley Morgan: 21 recepts, 3 TDs
Tim Brown: Caught 43 and 5 TDs his first year, then went 1/0, 18/3 and 36/5 his next three seasons (ended up with over 1,000 catches and 100 TDs)
Cris Carter: First four years, averaged 29 recepts and almost 6 TDs per year, but the TDs were skewed because he caught 11 in one year in Philly (didn't catch that many again until his 9th year).
Wes Welker: 29 recepts, 0 TDs
Eric Decker: 6 recepts, 1 TD
Jordy Nelson: 33 recepts, 2 TDs
Demaryius Thomas: 22 recepts, 2 TDs
To me this only furthers my point. The rookie production is not bad when measured against rookie standards. But players rarely reach their full potential in their first year (as shown with these stats).