I think the position was initially viewed as something of a strength back in the offseason, but that quickly changed during the summer. I’m not crazy about these three specific examples, though. All of these players were injured/coming off of injuries, so they were playing a volume game and likely crossing fingers that one would pan out. For instance, neither Britt nor Mitchell ever got healthy enough to even compete for other teams after their releases, and all 3 players are injured right now to this day. Matthews is the success story of this hapless bunch, and he caught a total of 18 balls while playing in 3/4 of the season. I think it’s at least reasonable to wonder if they took a faulty approach to the roster building of the WR group.