Originally Posted by badboy
GP, those three are dire need imo and if we could lock up veteran starters for those positions, it could set us us for long time. A vet WR2 would allow time for Posey and Martin to make it or break it. A vet ILB would allow a lower round ILB to be selected and trained up.
I think we should go after a veteran WR that can be a dynamic #2, regardless of what we think about Posey or Martin. They are what they are & shouldn't "plan" as if they are going to get better.
Bring me Dwayne Bowe & if Posey and/or Martin never progress, we'll be good with Andre, Bowe, & Walter as our three main receivers. If Posey and/or Martin earn playing time ahead of Walter, then we have Andre, Bowe, Posey/Martin.
If Martin never develops & Posey is better than Bowe, we'll have Andre, Posey, & Bowe as our three main receivers.
Posey & Martin are cheap. If they turn into players, great. Them not progressing should not be an excuse to keep us out of the Super Bowl.