Originally Posted by jrdrylie
If you want to include everybody, then it's 8:0 when targeting Crabtree. 6:5 when targeting anyone else. Still not a good stat.
If you break it down even further, its 8-0 with Crabtree, 5-1 when targeting TE's/RB's like Vernon Davis/Delanie Walker/Frank Gore and others. Then 1/4 when targeting other WR's like Moss, Ginn, Jenkins, Chad Hall, and also Mario Manningham and Kyle Williams (who both were injured early into Kaep's tenure).
Of the 4, 3 were thrown to Moss- Pats, Seahawks, and Ravens games. The other 1 was thrown to Kyle Williams in the Saints game. So 1/4 with Moss and Kyle Williams, and 0/0 with Manningham, Jenkins, Ginn, and Hall, although Mannignham was the only remotely good WR of those 4 last year. Although none of those INT's or even decisions were particularly impressive on Kaep's part, and he could and should do better than that.