The connection between receiver and quarterback makes everything work easier, Show said.
"We've always had chemistry," he said. "He's a big kid, he's fast, he's strong, and I always know if I can get the ball to him, he'll go up and get the ball. There's no worries."
In addition to quickness and great hands, Turner, who also plays basketball, utilizes other skills to reach greater heights than his opposition.
"He just goes up and gets the ball," Snyder said. "It's kind of his basketball skills. We don't coach that. We throw him the ball and we teach him the routes and work on positioning, but we're not stupid. We know that he's a tough matchup for everyone."
Basketball might have ranked higher on Turner's interests entering the season, Snyder said, but that perhaps isn't true anymore given Turner's success this fall.
"Chris is a great basketball player, too, and I think basketball is his favorite sport, but it's funny, the better he does in football, I think basketball and football are kind of equal again (in his mind)," Snyder said.
Whatever the case may be as to Turner's sport preference, there's at least one certainty for Turner when it comes to football: he's not afraid to do what it takes to succeed and win.
"Any time if I see he has a slight opening, I just put the ball to him and he'll go up and get it," Show said. "He's strong, he's fast, and he has big hands, and you can't stop that."