But Sanu was “targeted” 98 times in ‘14, by far a career high, and his 57.1% reception rate was the lowest of his career by a good margin.
In ‘15, he was targeted just 49 times in 16 games, catching 33 passes (career-best 67.3 percent) for 394 yards (11.9 yards per catch) and no touchdowns.
Sanu missed one game last season with the Falcons, with whom he signed a five-year, $32.5 million contract with $14 million guaranteed, and was quite productive for Atlanta.
He registered a new career high with 59 receptions for 653 yards and four scores and a new career-high reception rate of 72.8 percent.
Should the Bengals have re-signed him last season?