— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) August 9, 2018
Not a good start to the season for John Ross. His second season isn’t off to a good start after having more fumbles than he did catches during his rookie season. As a rule of thumb, that’s not a good look.
It’s a common trend for GM’s these days to take a wide receiver with a fast 40-time over one that can actually run routes and catch the football. It’s also a common trend that most of these speedster receivers with no hands or route-running abilities stink. John Ross is no different.
Hopefully he can at least get a catch this season.