Well, yes, of course that's true to some extent. Obviously not everyone can start. But my point isn't that Amari failed to secure a starting role on offense but that he failed to secure any sort of role whatsoever. While I'd agree that it wouldn't really be totally fair to expect him to unseat an established starting player by this point, I also don't think it's unfair to suggest that if he had truly shown *that* much "promise" at WR that he would've received more reps than he did - at least would've played his way into being something other than a last resort type of option.Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the role of a back up to play when the starters are not available? I am not as adamant as tyni but I can only wonder if Amari's head was clear of his PR mistakes (he never should have made any this year because he never should have been back there this year) just how much progress he could have made as a WR.