After dropping 37 passes last season which ranked as the seventh most in the league, the team’s receivers have dropped just eight passes thus far, which is tied with the
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"That's our job, to catch the ball. It's really that simple," he said. "We just want to go out there and make the play when it comes our way and try to make the tough catches. I guess we've been doing a good job of hanging onto the ball, which is always a great thing when you're a receiver or tight end."
According to Pro Football Focus, Smith and running back
"Dropped balls are a part of the game," he said. "You can't be perfect. Nobody's perfect. That's an emphasis, and we've been focusing in on those little things. We try to catch every ball that we can, but if you have a drop, get over it, and that's one thing that our coaches wanted us to do, and we're doing a great job this year."
On the opposite end of the spectrum, the