And really, it's not about who the GM is who drafted Moose, Colbert, or Funchess. He's a second rounder for a reason. And he was the third WR in the round. I'm not saying he can't produce or be a star, but let's not get carried away. Anything better than half of KB's production should be a pleasant surprise. My opinion, of course. And if lightning doesn't strike twice with these rookie WRs, it doesn't mean we'll stink. Many teams make the playoffs and even win titles without Pro Bowl WRs.
What defines "pans out?" I don't think Funchess is coming to save the receiving corps. He was the ninth WR taken in the draft in a draft class that, in my opinion, didn't have the star caliber that 2014 had. We haven't exactly hit home runs in the past with second round WRs - and you don't have to tell me it's a different GM - so let's not set the expectations too high for Funchess. My expectation/prediction would be somewhere around half the receptions that KB got last year. Don't know about touchdowns. Because of his frame, he might be targeted more in the redzone than he is on the rest of the field.
I bet you could catch a pass from any NFL QB, but could you hit a pitch from any MLB pitcher? I doubt it. I'm not even a big baseball fan and I think you're way, way off. Football might be a bigger team sport, but baseball has no shortage of great athletes who practice their whole lives to be able to hit, field, throw, and play consistently at a professional level. If luck had so much to do with it, the Yankees wouldn't have won five titles in the past twenty years.