OK... Two draft picks have been converted into veteran WRs. Two more young veterans were signed as FAs. The chances of drafting even a day-2 WR at this point have to be about nil, and even next year's roster is likely to be packed. It's been said and shown many ways: WR is the hardest position to project from college to the NFL. They have the highest first-round bust rate, and the highest star-from-out-of-nowhere rate. After trading up for Jackson last year, the Patriots appear to have thrown in the towel. From now on, we want road-tested wide receivers. Does anybody think that the Pats were likely to find a better contributer than Welker at #60, or Moss at #110? As long as they can afford it, this seems like a solid strategy to me.