Originally Posted by sago1
Frankly I think you too much of a homer if you believe we've got real depth behind TO. Love Witten as a quality complement to TO but w/o TO it easy to take Witten out of the game; besides he occasionally has to help block for Romo. So we left with Crayton whose a good #3 but lacks speed; Hurd is another Crayton; Austin has speed but lacks consistence in catching passes; good grief he barely made the team last year cause he dropped so many passes in TC/preseason games. Maybe Stanbach comes up big but do we count on him to carry the load if TO goes down? Also, sorry but I wouldn't count on Terry Glenn making that much of a contribution. Since it takes most of the season for a rookie WR to make a contribution, it's time to get one now so our WR coach can develop him as quickly as possible.
Well he DID SAY that if we take a W.R. early, no need to take another one cause we'd have good depth!
I mean for instance, if we take a guy like Malcolm Kelly in round 1, we'd then have T.O. as the #1 guy, Malcolm Kelly should wi nthe #2 spot, Crayton is a good #3 W.R., and Hurd is a GREAT #4 W.R., and at the #5 spot we got Austin and Stanback to battle it out, so you see, we do have good depth if we take a W.r. early, he's saying he'd rather take two C.b.'s before two W.R.'s early in the draft cause if we get a #1 W>R., our depth actually does look very good and that's NOT being a homer, that's simply a fact!