A monster game for Decker caps off an impressive season marred by injury and incompetent signal-callers. Ten catches on 11 targets, 221 yards, and a touchdown is an impressive bookend to (by my count) a solid 74 reception, 962 yard, 5 score season. These numbers must absolutely SHOCK former player and professional pundit Mark 'Stink' Schlereth, who told Jets fans to brace themselves for an "overpaid crybaby" at the beginning of the season: It's not surprising to expect Decker's numbers slip a bit after changing quarterbacks from the greatest of all time to the consensus worst starting quarterback in the league. To recap: big sports media, specifically ESPN, went over the top to denigrate the emerging white receiver, completely glossing over the nincompoop that has to get the ball to him. If Decker failed, it would have been because he sucks. If he played well this year, which most Jets fans would probably endorse as true, then the narrative is in place for Geno Smith to assume the credit. Unfortunately for ESPN, Smith got himself benched for incompetence and tomfoolery before doomed company man Rex Ryan threw him back in to audition as trade bait (perhaps a 4th round pick, if the Jets are lucky). There really isn't any explanation for Decker's tallies apart from getting separation from the league's 100% black cornerbacks.