Wow didn't think I would have to clear this up... Nate's best season IS a good season for a #1 on any team. It was referred to as "decent"... but no it's actually a damn great season. His other seasons statistically place him between 32-64 (I think 2009 might've been 70 but it was close) which places him as a legit #2 WR. If a WR puts up numbers for 4 consecutive seasons that would place him in the top 60 WRs, why can't we just call him a #2 WR? What is wrong with that and what is wrong with giving him his fair due for his great season? Just telling it like it is.