O.K. So we won Super Bowls without a superstar speed burning WR but I think it would turn this team into a serious Super Bowl contender next season (if we aren't already) with a WR that can outright fly and for several reasons including.... Would stop good defenses from stuffing the box respecting the WR who could run away from man on man coverage,thus immediately would make DC think about less blitzing and more spread out D formations. With defenses staying back and with less blitzes from safeties you would see less of Brady getting blindside blitzes from corners and safeties which caused a fumble and turnover on the very first regular season play last year and happened several times after that,although proper blocking by OL with help from the RB TE would help too,It may also save Brady from serious injury as well. With any team that has a burner #1 WR you also usually have a great running game,Maroney and Morris would have excellent numbers by having the DBs stay back in the secondary worrying about getting caught with an open WR that was mistakenly left alone because a safety was helping out a corner in double teaming the quick #1 WR. Last year when it was 3rd and short it was almost automatic we were going to run the ball,with a quick WR in action we will make them think more,thus more headaches for the DCs in the league,Gaffney and Caldwell were NOT respected as a breakaway threat by any DB or LB in the league,thats for sure and caused our running game to suffer a bit with defensive secondaries playing so close up it looked sometimes like the opposing safeties and corners were set up on the LOS before the snap,especially later in the season as Maroney struggled to find any room to run and Dillon looked as slow as a 50 year old man hitting the hole. To close my argument is the simple fact that a #1 WR helps out the WHOLE offense,not just the WR position,OL-QB-RB all improve stats and performance when you got a dangerous weapon on your team that can run away and score at anytime which was never a thing in 2006 despite the excellent season that fell short of a championship and a speedy WR would have been the difference for winning #4 last year-without a single doubt,IMO. Despite the success in the past without a regular dangerous WR like a Jerry Rice or even a Reggie Wayne type player,I think this year we should make an attempt to grab a runaway breaking WR (Moss,Stallworth ect) - and If we do expect even a greater season to come than last years team,Drafting a rookie is possible to help with that but there is rarely a Colston out there unless you get lucky so FA is our best hope for help with this.