See the problem with the CJ critics is that he appears to be exactly what the offense needed; a home-run hitter who you're not going to see every other down. I actually doubt the people who say that he can't run inside because he's small. From what I've seen, he has very good vision inside actually. The problem is his frame, and the fact that he'll be the fastest player after the hike he's going to be clued in on (which is a good thing if you use him sparingly). I dunno. I think the distractors will continue to whine for a wideout when really they should be optimistic that the offense appears to have a special tool for the future.