Nice deflection, but my question was simple. What is your definition of a better year? More targets, more yards, more 100 yard games, more broke bones? To me I am happier with Td's.
I would not say he is better than James Jones this season, considering JJ's effectiveness and efficiency with 6 TD's in 21 catches. Cobb has 1 more TD in 6 less catches. Cherry picking? Those are fairly important stats. Exactly how important were Smiths yards, catches and 3 100 yard games in the Ravens 1 win ( or the 5 losses)? JJ has made several HUGE catches so far this season to help preserve wins.
Maybe YOU are cherry picking stats. And why would anyone want to trade for a (admittedly tough)player with several broken bones in his back at 36? Not to mention someone that has had issues with teammates in the past.
My point was what do you consider to be "better year than any WR on our team". You did not answer what criteria you use. Simple question. I can not refute you if you don't state what you use as your criteria. I stated my criteria. Yards, I would say yes. Catches, I would say yes. TD's I would say no. Important plays, I would say no.