When are people going to realize that the offensive line talent in last year's draft, outside of La'ell Collins, just wasn't that good? Sure we could've used a couple of picks on some mediocre o-line talent, and people would be right here, with their 20/20 hindsight, saying that they were terrible picks, and that Grigson should be fired.
Instead, we took a WR. People didn't like the pick, as the Colts allegedly were already "stacked at WR." Well, fast forward to this year: Johnson is all but gone come March, it doesn't look like Duron Carter will pan out, and Griff Whalen has been cut. The good news... we still have our trio of WRs for potentially the next 10 years in TY/Moncrief/Dorsett, and this year's draft is stacked with very talented offensive linemen. This, to me, makes the Dorsett pick look much smarter than it did a little less than a year ago.
And can we please stop trying to act like Bill Polian never missed on a draft pick? Jerry Hughes, Tony Ugoh, Anthony Gonzalez... do those names ring a bell? All first round BUSTS that happened on Polian's watch. Sure, Hughes went on to have success in Buffalo, but his failure to produce in Indy makes him a busted pick in my opinion.