Originally Posted by LaTunaNostra
Thankfully, the FO doesn't make decisions based on righting past goofs...compounding the Galloway trade by bringing in an underachieving bad apple would do nothing but take time away from emerging receivers Morgan, Crayton and Copper, and the message sent would undermine the stress on character that Jerry and Bill have worked so hard to convey.
The way to rectify the Galloway mistake is to forget it, and not trade two firsts for any player again unless he's the second coming of Roger Staubach.
[font=Tahoma]I somewhat agree. Crayton and Copper are still unknowns at this point. Crayton showed something against the Redskins but I don't think he'll have the support of those in front of him should it come down to keeping him or letting him go. Inexperience eventually gets the better of someone like that. Getting thrown into the fire tends to do more harm than good. It payed dividends for Tom Brady but for Crayton, I don't think so. As for his character, he hasn't demonstrated enough talent, production, or both to warrant him being such a consideration. He isn't like Anquan Boldin two years ago.
As for the Galloway mistake, I don't even think the second coming of Roger Staubach would warrant such a trade. I'd do a player(s) for player for that kinda trade. Draft picks are important and you'd need them to fill the holes that you would have made to acquire such a player.