Diontae Johnson made a handful of highlight-reel plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers during his sophomore season in the NFL, but many of his strong outings were overshadowed by some truly critical errors. Johnson finished the 2020 season as the NFL’s leader in dropped passes, having logged 16 during the regular season. An atrocious tally, Johnson’s inability to haul in some of the balls thrown his way was a major concern among Steelers fans, especially considering the enormous potential the former third-round pick possesses.

Well, anyone worried about Johnson’s hands needs only watch footage from this season to cast those doubts aside. The third-year wideout has been phenomenal for the Steelers and has made massive improvements in regards to drops. In fact, Johnson’s hands have been so secure this year, he stands alone in terms of one significant stat. Johnson is the only wide receiver in the NFL this season to have been targeted more than 100 times while only recording one drop, per ProFootballFocus.