Originally posted by jmoore71:
Originally posted by sspiker:
We have talented receivers. We don't have an O-line that can stop the rush to give Smith enough time to throw to them, or a CoP back that can switch up our too-predictable offense.
We have 1 talented receiver and a telented tight end. Who is the 2nd talented receiver? Morgan? He's a good blocker and selfless player but he hasn't really proved to be all that talented yet. Bryant / Bulaga? or Bryant / Williams? That sounds pretty damn good but my biggest fear would be Bryant's attitude and the fact that he is dumber than s**t.
Morgan is good and Jason Hill is fast. They have yet to develop well for a variety of reasons: 1) changing schemes, 2) no true #1 threat like Crabtree or Davis, 3) too much pressure on the QB, so Hill can't go deep and show off his speed, 4) predictable offense setup so everyone knows if we're running or passing.
Bryant would add to the team, but he wouldn't live up to his full potential unless we strengthen the line, and having a dynamic player in the backfield would help as well. But if we take Bryant, we limit our chances to do either of those two things successfully.
This draft presents us the chance to become a truly solid, well-rounded team, but we have to build up our weaknesses. On offense, you can always improve your WR corps but its not a weakness, especially since I believe Morgan and Hill can become solid players.