Agreed...he still has very real value and as I stated before I think he will be much easier to own going forward because expectations will be realistic...in his first five seasons I think most of his owners expected his path to be a legit #1 and with his pedigree at Bama, his draft position, his overall talent and having a quality rookie year I think it was reasonable to think that...he's one of those guys that has gone from over-rated to under-rated and for some owners there is a negative feeling about him because he did not turn out as they had hoped.I think you are pretty spot on with why most people are down on him. And listen when I took him that high in a startup I was anticipating 100 catch season, and I still think he's capable of that but I've adjusted my expectations. His actual points rank him higher because he does not miss many games but in PPG he was 27 his rookie season, and since that time had the one god awful season but finished the other 4 seasons as WR15, 17, 18 and 21 in PPG and more importantly in Dallas he's been at least a top 20 WR. That's what he is to me, a solid WR2 and it's possible the prime 2-3 years of his career are coming up.
But I hear people say things here like he has no value to me and that's were I'm puzzled meanwhile they go nuts over Lamb who was in the same offense and despite the attention that Amari drew he still performed less then Amari in total and per target. I of course would take Lamb over Amari as well due to age and fact his growth potential is higher from rookie going forward then Amari's, just saying you'd think Lamb was head and shoulders better and Amari, to quote Rex Ryan, was a turd.