I must be missing something. Good QB's have completion percentages in the high fifties / low sixties. Yet these top WRs are all in the low fifties. Is the reason that all the dump-offs to RBs and short passes to slot receivers are simply easier to catch because the passes are more accurate and require less body adjustment at slower speeds. Deep wideouts are running fast, fighting for the ball and adjusting in mid-air to make a catch. I don't know, I'm guessing. Is that why a deep threat like Stallworth has a lot of drops? And why his numbers are ok compared to other deep threats.