Miami's two leading receivers, Hartline and Bess, combine for 60% of the entire passing offense. Seattle's top-two receivers. Tate and Rice, combine for 44% of the passing offense. Let's look at more of the rookies and see how the numbers stack up.
The Colts' two leading receivers, Reggie Wayne and Donnie Avery, account for 51% of the passing offense.
Santana Moss and Leonard Hankerson of the Redskins? Just 31%.
Brandon Weeden's two leading receivers, Josh Gordon and Greg Little, account for 41%.
On a good note, both of Miami's top receivers have the opportunity to surpass 1,000 with three games remaining on the season. On the other hand, this is a startling number.