I don't think so.
This league is a passing league, but the reason we're so successful is because we can RUN the ball and are a physical team. Teams aren't geared to stop the running game as well as they used to. If we draft Fleener, especially, we still maintain a two tight-end set and can both run and pass out of that formation.
Meanwhile, if we draft a wide receiver, I don't see that guy displacing Moss, Manningham, or Crabtree this year (unless there's an injury). He's meant to be a project player that would replace Moss next season.
We're not going to have an identity crisis. It's not like the early 2000s when half the offense wanted to run the ball with Garrison Hearst and Charlie Garner while the other half wanted to throw it to Terrell Owens.
We're going to be a run-first team that throws the ball to 2 TEs, a possession WR, uses its runningbacks to block, and has a deep threat WR off the Play-Action.
[ Edited by Wubbie on Apr 18, 2012 at 10:24 PM ]