obviously Anquan. He is a beast and still a good WR. Obviously it was a cap issue so it wasn't like we wanted to let him go.
Dilfer wasn't a good QB. It was a failure of the Ravens not getting a good QB till Steve McNair, but i don't fault them for getting rid of Dilfer completely.
Ravens obviously didn't foresee the injuries to Jacoby and Pitta coming, or KO and Ray Rice which ruined our offense last season, so having Anquan would have helped.
We got so desperate we signed Dallas Clark and Brandon Stockley. Basically all we had was Torrey with the emergence of Marlon Brown. Despite all the koolaide ppl were drinking about our WR depth truth was we only had 3 options after Anquan (Torrey, Jacoby, Pitta) when those 2 went down that was it for the passing game. Deonte Thompson looked like he had shot at being a number 2, but injuries and poor play killed that dream. I think if we had Anquan we would have made the playoffs, but not done much more. The offensive line was the biggest issues.
Anquan would have made some plays other receivers didn't and he and Flacco had just gotten some really good chemistry. Anquan was really good at blocking on outside runs, and always fought back for the balls when Joe was under fire.
Dilfer's job was just not to screw up and turn the ball over. Our offense was Jamal to the right and Jamal to the left, and once in a blue moon we needed Dilfer to complete a past, but it was pretty much don't turn the ball over and get it in Field Goal range.
Heck Tony Banks started off way better than Dilfer, than he fell apart out of nowhere.