I was a bit surprised to see some of the quotes in this article - particularly Daniel Graham, who should be the last one to be pointing fingers at a guy who might not have contributed as much as some had hoped in part due to injury... http://patriots.bostonherald.com/patriots/view.bg?articleid=172319 Just seems to me that nearly ALL rookie WRs tend not to have big first years - but in part due to the off season moves (or lack thereof) of the front office, injuries, and other disappointing players (Gabriel) all of a suddent there's a TON of pressure on this kid. Personally, my only expectations for Jackson this season was to turn into a 2-3 catch per game receiver over the final games - showing that he can come in next year looking to build on what he's learned, taking his position as the #2 WR, catching 45-60 passes next year. While it does seem there's some disappointment being expressed about his lack of consistent progress, the kid is a rookie, and was injured, and this pressure of having just about NO other WRs can't be helping him any. This seems out of character for the Patriots... and BB - the only thing that makes sense to me is that their expectations aren't truly as high as they are expressing - but that there's a psychological game going on here to see if having him called out will have a positive impact on him. Let's hope that's the case - as everyone will likely agree that we could really use any help in our passing game right now. I'm getting the feeling he's going to be seeing a lot of passes coming his way against the Texans - whether he catches them is a different matter.