There's nothing wrong with Rice, Tate, or Baldwin. we've never had a franchise QB capable of making them look good. Baldwin got open with T-Jack a lot, doesn't mean hell instantly be RW's favorite, healthy or not. RW had his playbook limited and Miller having to save Giacomini's rear in pass protection. Hard having a reliable checkdown in Miller out of the passing game it really simplified the opposing defenses coverage. I personally think RW would have surpassed Griffins QBR just by adding Miller from the start. Starting with the game at Chicago, Miller was all over our offensive production, and it went through the roof.
Nothing really NEEDS to be done with any of our 3 WRs/TE. Tate wasn't what I'd call elusive last year. He grew a pair, ran into/over people, and made them pay. All the while making some awesome catches.
They brought in TO/Edwards last year before they had any idea RW would start. There isn't any point now to go after old retreads hoping they'll be better then Rice. Give Russell actual weapons he can make better and see where the chips fall.
Overall I'd rather have Eifert then Austin if you ask me. His reach combined with that vertical would be prime for Wilson to hit for those tough 3rd down/goal line catches. But I'm a 2 TE set fan, beat up defenses and impose your will running and passing, instead of trying to out finesse them.
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