I imagine one of our 4th's should net us a real good WR, with less cap issues.

That's what we need to do.

It's a little more difficult because of the loss of a 2nd round pick in the Bradford deal, giving up a pick for yet another hopeful.

You can't have a rookie come in and expect #1WR contributions from him. Cooper is not a starter quality. Matthews is strictly slot.

Without a decent WR corps, they will stack the box and limit our ground game.