I wouldn't say injuries to the receiving corps, I'd say quality of it regardless of injury. As I've mentioned in other threads, the only receiving corps injury that matters is TY. The revolving door of other receivers getting PT is just rearranging the chairs on the Titanic.
That's not an excuse. But its something to evaluate when looking at stats.
If you're saying that we need Burrow/Tua to win more than 8 games, why are we selecting Love at 17 or Fields at 34? Seems like you'd be advocating trading up.
I was looking at it from the other side. If we're going to use only the capital needed to get a developmental QB (IOW risk that he won't be the guy), why do we NEED to draft one this year and not wait to see if better developmental QBs become available over the next few years or even later in this draft?