- Mike Sando, NFL Insider
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His drops per target percentage was 3.2, below the 4.4 average for all players.
The chart shows Doucet ranking second among 144 qualifying players in highest percentage of targets resulting in drops. Doucet is the only wide receiver listed. The others are running backs or tight ends.
ESPN defines drops as passes that should have been caught with ordinary effort. Each game is charted twice with multiple people in an effort to enforce a uniform standard.
Doucet lost playing time to rookie Michael Floyd as the game progressed Sunday. That trend will presumably continue following the Cardinals' bye.
2012 Highest Percentage of Drops Per Target