Still not happy with OT. Competition could bear that out, but that's a pair of positions where you're on the field every down and have to be good at every single thing, every single down. Right now this #2 receiver thing boils down to combining the players who do things well into one player, with realistic impact coming in fewer snaps.
Definitely still plenty of room to upgrade WR, too. Could use a back.
is there some sort of quantifiable way of saying "He wasn't getting open consistently enough to be considered anything but a 4th wr at best"? That seems like a fine argument, except there's nothing backing it whatsoever. What level of "getting open" has this mythical #2 on it, and what has a #4?