N'Keal Harry played 51-of-57 offensive snaps against the Broncos, but yet did not record a catch on just two targets.
This has been a trend for the first five games.
Harry has played close to 80 percent of the snaps, but only has 18 receptions for 166 yards on the year.
During Tuesday's Ordway, Merloni & Fauria, Christian Fauria took a deep dive at Harry in the All-22 film of the 18-12 loss to the Broncos, and he was not impressed.
“N’Keal Harry may be the worst route-runner in the history of the world," Fauria said. "He is terrible. Even when he’s open, he’s covered. Not only does he have terrible feet, and he worked on it, he’s not any better at it. He’s always late off the ball. His feet are always jacked up. It’s like he cruises into the route because he’s not exactly sure where he’s going to go. And then if you’ve heard of anything that I like to call ‘coverage awareness,’ he has no clue on how to find the voids in coverages. He runs into coverage.”
“… I would say he’s covered on almost every play that he runs. The cornerbacks don’t respect him.”
Harry has played in 12 career games and has totaled 30 receptions for 271 yards and three touchdowns.