I was just thinking about the Lions' WR situation and how I, like many of you, thought they would probably still want to grab WR high in the draft, even after the Golden Tate signing. Of the current WRs on the roster, Broyles sort of popped out. I remember he had some good moments on the team and seemed like he could really change the game (Texans game of 2012 in particular). If not for the injuries, I really think he's a solid player and fills the WR3 or slot need. If that is the case, I think this changes our perceived needs going into the draft. If, and this may be a big if, he can step in and play through a whole season, I think our WR situation looks really good--even if we don't draft a 1-3 round WR.
Is it too much of an assumption to rely on him as that third WR? Give me your thoughts below.