Originally Posted by Waffle
Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but ONE decent season is all the guy has had. Galloway was a much better player for Seattle than Robinson has ever thought about being. So were Blades and even Darrell Jackson today.
I believe some people have the tendency to get caught up in where someone was originally drafted and overinflate their worth. Jerry Jones has been guilty of this himself on numerous occasions.
[font=Tahoma]Indeed. Robinson may have had one good year but that's not bad considering his environment. Seattle wasn't a really big passing team until Hasselbeck came into the fold as well as Shaun Alexander. Darrell Jackson didn't really help him either but he still had that one good season.
Dallas could gauge their stance by that season alone. Jones would be like, "Hey! This Robinson fellow had a 1,200 yard receiving season. He's worth taking a look at." Despite Parcells' attitude to guys like him, I still think he can be helpful.
As for the inflation of worth... all teams are guilty of it at one point or another. Especially the Eagles. They think that money buys championships. Just like the Lakers and Yankees...