As for Jakeem Grant and the issue of consistency, here is what I will say about that. Jakeem went into the 2016 preseason and produced 3.04 yards per route run (24 routes, 7 targets, 73 yards). Anything in YPRR above 3 is an area where pretty much ONLY Julio Jones lives. He was basically boycotted during the 2016 regular season. He only got out there for 3 routes. He was targeted on a screen and dropped it. So he goes into the 2017 preseason and this time produces 4.34 yards per route run (53 routes, 15 targets, 230 yards). Like I said, I only know of like one wide receiver who even lives in the 3.0 range. SO clearly Jakeem had become one of those Mr. August types. We've seen it before, though. Some of them turn out to be Victor Cruz. Some of them are Chansi Stuckey. But then he gets a shot during the regular season, and averages 2.36 yards per route run (86 routes, 21 targets, 203 yards). And that obviously won't count the pass interference he drew against Robert Alford of Atlanta, when he beat him and Alford had no choice but to grab and turn Jakeem. That 2.36 figure I believe put in like the Top 6 or Top 7 among NFL wide receivers. I don't know about you...but that looks like CONSISTENCY to me. To me it's the frequency with which he creates those BIG plays. He makes that 74 yard punt return TD against Tennessee in regular season 2016. There was a 57 yard TD against the Jets in 2016 that was called back on a BS penalty. Remember that 13-second, 19-yard kick return he did against the Jets that ran everyone ragged, guys like Calvin Pryor limping off the field, etc...but then they had to re-kick it on a penalty and this time the Jets kicked away from him toward Kenyan Drake, who easily sprung it for a kick return TD (with the help of a key block by Jakeem)? Might not go down as a "big play" but people who watch the game will remember it as such. Then you've got the big catch and run against Philadelphia in the preseason 2017. Then he makes that big long TD against the Minnesota Vikings where he beats Cover Two shell like they were FCS players. He makes that huge catch over Malcolm Butler in the New England game for the TD. Then the big TD against the Chiefs. Thing is we're talking about a kid that has had a total of like 30 at-bats so to speak as a wide receiver, and 4 of them end up HUGE plays. Many more of them end up really nice looking plays that could've been highlights under slightly different circumstances. He's had like 85 at-bats as a return man, and he I feel like he "only" made around about 3 of those huge plays that way. But again, several more of those returns were really nice, and he's improved his hands tremendously to where you don't really feel all that nervous when he's catching the ball on a punt or kick return. With his ridiculous skills, if he's fine catching the football, it's always going to be just a matter of time until he breaks another.