You have D-Will, Stewart, Tolbert, Olsen, Gross, Kalil, Smitty, and perhaps the most dynamic QB in the NFL that is still getting better as established plus offensive players.
You have Laffell that is emerging as a legit #2 receiver who has made several big plays the last two seasons.
Gettis flashed as a rookie but is admittedly recovering from some injuries. Pilares is a big play threat when he is on the field, we just signed Hixon, Joe Adams is still developing but is great in space and could be a big play threat.
Yeah, we are loaded with talent, and a lot of the receivers are young and still developing.
The only area I am concerned about in the immediate future is the O-line, but we also have a big hog molly playing QB that mitigates some of those issues.
Don't get me wrong, I still feel like we need to find a long term solution to replace Smith when he hangs up his cleats, but honestly, I don't see a lot in this draft that was available when we picked in the 2nd that could be that guy and by the 4th it becomes even more difficult to get a future #1 guy. If we went WR in the 4th we would likely have a guy in the same boat as Kilares, Adams, and Gettis. It would just add another guy fighting for the #4 WR spot.
So yeah we are pretty loaded, and I would take our offensive talent up against just about any other offense in the NFL.
Well said. I'd also like to add one of the things Gettleman likes to say: Oftentimes the answer is on your roster...