I’ll give you that we could use some fresh blood at WR.... and I would not object to CB double dipping in later rounds on them. But we should really get our future LT and the interior DL in the early rounds, but I’m just stubborn that way. There may even be some interesting prospects that go undrafted at WR it’s so deep. But I’ve been wrong before. Calling me reasonable is quite the compliment on this forum... so cheers for that JS.
It is not obvious, neither does it make sense, sorry.
If your good OL can give your QB a comfortable 3 seconds, and he can gain another 2 or 3 seconds scrambling that is not guaranteed, the odds of the passing offense succeeding goes up, the more time a QB gains. Saying I will settle for 3 seconds as good enough is ignorant, if you have the occasional athletic QB that will buy you time. So, if the baseline time given by the OL goes up with good OL players, an offense will take it 100% of the time. The baseline time is the only thing guaranteed, the scrambling is not guaranteed to succeed, even if it is Mahomes.
I can't see why you cannot see it, probably because you are blind or you see only what you want to see.