Our whole offense has been under-performing, but outside of Locker he has been our most productive player. I don't see what is so fluky about what he does in the passing game, he has been a home run threat his entire career. Why should we be so surprised when he hits one? Because the game was lost anyway? That's irrational thinking. Well he was averaging over 4 YPC against the 49ers. And counting his receptions as production isn't skewing the stats, its considering other ways he can contribute to the offense. Do you ignore Locker's ability to run when evaluating what he brings to the offense? Ignoring those stats do more to skew his evaluation.