Throughout his career, Rashad Higgins has never proved to be anything more than a WR4. And now you magically think he's going to be a WR2? TMJ hasn't proven anything yet, not even the ability to stay on the field. Do you really want to risk D.J. being doubled and maybe even tripled into ineffectiveness? We have some good talent in our receiving room--not necessarily to include the TEs--but it is largely unproven without the presence of Anderson. I'd rather take my chances with the underrated LB group than mess around with a skill group position. Unlike what you've heard on the Huddle all offseason, Robbie is important (if not a key) to the success of this offense...at least until TMJ or someone else breaks out this season.