LMAO all those teams you named didn't even need receivers.
And how was it reaching when all those guys turned out good if not great their rookie season.
You would have to be insane to think if we could re draft we wouldn't pick up another receiver.
I forgot who I'm talking to, Mr front office can do no wrong. Put it this way if we picked Bryant, Brown or Moncrief we would easily been over .500
You think another WR would have brought us over .500 last year?
Point 1: We gave up 37 to Steelers. 38 to Ravens, 37 (tie) to Bengals , 28 to saints, 45 to eagles , 31 to the f$%$ vikings.
Point 2: You can't do anything consistent on offense unless your Oline is solid. Our Oline wasn't solid till week 14.
Point 3: Shula is the Offensive coordinator.
Point 4: The draft isn't an exact science, however waiting till a player succeeds then going back and saying we should have drafted them is? Post would have held more water if you made it before the draft with those exact names mentioned.
If your argument was about an offensive lineman I could agree. but if you think WR was the reason we only won 7 games you weren't paying attention.
If you doubt me, look at any of our losses on NFL game pass, and look at Bell, Silatolu and Chandler. There were rarely any plays were at least 1 of them didn't F up horribly.
I will never get why we tried Godfrey at Nickel. He wasn't good but he wasn't god awful at safety.
Godfrey was horrible at nickel and should never had been placed there. Even healthy I don't think he could have played good at Nickel. Coming off injury? He was an automatic 7-12 yards. Even in trainning camp it was obvious he was horrible playing Nickel. He was doomed to fail. Collin Jones played 3 times better at that position. That being said, he wasn't as bad a safety as many made him out to be before his injury.
I don't think he is anywhere near as bad as Nakumura at safety.
However at this point I see him as a little better than Sherrod Martin. (which isn't good either).
If he was playing for another team I would wish him luck.
Jerry Jones is a business man and he took a wine/dine business man approach. Presentation is everything. Would have liked Collins but got to give credit where credit is due. Jerry Jones outworked everyone else and got the player he wanted.