While Kellen Winslow is a good player, since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Josh Freeman, Winslow has failed to match the production he achieved in his two best seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
In 2006 and 2007, Winslow recorded 171 receptions, 1,981 receiving yards, and eight touchdowns.
However, in 2009 and 2011 with Tampa Bay, Winslow recorded 152 receptions, 1,647 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.
While many factors contribute to a player’s statistics, it does not help that your quarterback threw for the most interceptions in the NFC last season, and has 46 interceptions in the past three seasons.
This season, Winslow will be playing for the Seattle Seahawks; however, there are three factors working against him being successful in 2012.
First factor is that Seattle is not using the tight end as a receiver. In the past two seasons under head coach Pete Carroll, playing receiver has been a low priority for players at the tight-end position. In 2010, main tight...