If you made a list of all the receivers in NFL history that have been targeted 15 or more times in one game, Brandon Gibson is almost undoubtedly the worst player on that list, and not by a tiny margin. Gibson was being covered by Mike Adams for most of the second half, which is why he was getting so many passes. His particular low point was dropping a pass in the end zone that would have given St. Louis a chance to tie the game on a two-point conversion. It was not his only drop on the day.Five catches on 17 throws means everybody loses, the receiver, the quarterback, fans, coaches, etc. It appears the excitement about Gibson after the Saints game may have been just a bit premature.