I'm satisfied with this draft. If they feel that the guard they selected in the fourth has a ton of upside, then I'll trust that (what the hell do I know.) If you're looking for starters past the second/third round your team is probably in trouble anyway. After those rounds I think you basically should be looking for future potential/back ups/future starters/special teams players, etc.
It also seems, like some have said, that all the WRs they worked out was because they were actually trying to find one, but the value may not have been there.
Without taking into account that this could never happen contract-wise, etc (as many have pointed out), no. I think mostly because it gets annoying hearing the "Revis wants another contract" talk that seems to happen every year - better for that to happen to the Jets or Bucs.