Originally Posted by Alexander
Speed at WR is fine.
But if the player cannot get open, it is a waste of time. Galloway was not particularly good at getting his body in a good position. He could beat anyone with his speed, but that is not something that you can consistently do as a number one receiver.
He is and always has been best suited for a third WR on a normal team or a number two on a team that has a deep vertical passing game and a QB like Warren Moon who can lay it out for him.
He was not a fit for us under the WCO style we had nor would he have been a good fit for the offense we have run the last two seasons.
Johnson might be "slow", but I would take a possession type like him any day of the week.
I totally agree. Galloway would make an outstanding 3rd reciever ... but most teams don't have that
much talent on their teams at one position unless you look at Detroit.
And I agree on taking the trade ...
I wonder who instigated the trade though ... Bill or Jon?