We beefed up the WR chart to show dropped passes as well. What is a drop? My standard is high because these are pro athletes. Coaches tend to keep even higher standards. There were a couple on here that could have gone either way. I recall Nate Burleson dropping one against Chicago when the pass was behind him (he might have run a sloppy route, but for our purposes, it was behind him). I marked it as a drop because the ball hit both hands. These will always be subjective, but if a similar standard is applied, the numbers can be meaningful. Please let me know if you recall one of our drop-free players dropping a pass. I can go back and check it out. Thanks. Note that some passes were clearly thrown away or spiked, affecting the number of pass attempts.