Yeah, and Dallas had Peyton throwing to him while Doyle had Brissett. Peyton really developed precise timing with all his receivers and Dallas through repetition after rep after rep. Almost to a fault. Because of that Peyton normally hit Dallas perfectly in stride for YAC sometimes into a seam. Doyle and Brissett never had that opportunity or bonding. Doyle was often leaping or diving for the ball with not much opportunity for YAK. I'm not saying Jack is as good a receiver as Dallas but I think he's closer than many would think..
Alvin Kamara at one point was a "no name" I suppose. So my point is that there may be good RBs in this draft that can be a complement to Mack, whose last name is not Barkley. It's now up to Ballard and his scouts to find them.