"QB-friendly receivers are guys who make a quarterback more accurate by the way they track the football in the air," Cousins said. "They attack the football with their hands. When they're covered, they can still come down with the ball in a way that the stat line shows that it was as if he was wide open. I think I've always felt that Maurice is that."
"They're getting after the quarterback, batting a lot of passes down at the line of scrimmage. It seems that their secondary is covering very well," Cousins said. "They're creating confusion. They're changing up their looks and just kind of creating chaos, and that's what good defenses do."