Miami doesn't need any more receivers performing at a 5 million dollar level unless it's Matthews or a rookie stepping up; what the offense needs is a receiver or two performing at an 8-10 million dollar level, and no matter how well some 2 to 4 million dollar FA outperforms his contract he still won't be producing at the 8-10 million dollar level this offense needs. End of story. Where the laws of economics are more applicable is with us paying $6 million/year for 5 years to a receiver who will likely perform at a 4-5 million dollar level when we could've gotten similar production from a less expensive FA or a 2nd/3rd round draft pick. On the flip side, if we need a 9+ million dollar performing guy we simply can't will any ole 3-5 million dollar guy into that type of level. We either go after it or we allow the offense to settle for continued mediocrity.