My point was that look at Austin's career catches and Crayton's before the season, now look who is starting. So I just wouldn't be talking about Ogleetree has 5 catches as a reason why he won't get that job. He's heavily involved now for a rookie, Jerry loves him, he's going to get every chance to take that job.
Plus you would have to be blind to think Crayton is better or more explosive, add in Crayton a year older and Ogleetree in his 2nd year so you can factor in the progression and regression in the two naturally.
We'll definately revisit this topic during the off-season though, but I don't even think it'll be close.