According to the Miami Herald..... "The folks at Draftmetrics studied NFL drafts from 1990-2009, and in those 20 years the return on so-called skill position players was bad and the return on wide receivers was, well, horrible. Of the 677 wide receivers selected in the 20 years only 32 percent of them have enjoyed careers of five years or more." http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolp...eivers-dont-make-great-draft-investments.html If Draftmetrics knows this you can bet Parcells knows it too. I have always thought that it was better to draft other positions and acquire established WRs, of course, everyone's opinion will vary. I have never shared the opinion that we should draft a WR in the first couple of rounds. I think those rounds have defensive secondary written all over them.