The difference is that he gives you these things as a single player. Which gives your team quite a few intriguing matchups to exploit. Few players can defend both his blocks and his speed. That’s where his value comes from.
Like I said, I don't think it's a bad deal but "gives you intriguing matchups to exploit" and "a devil for a defense to contend with" are no phrases I associate with MVS. He was a fine second or third option with Adams as defense's focal point and Aaron Rodgers throwing him the ball, I don't think he'll get a much better situation to produce than that, even with Mahomes.Nah. There’s no reason to take up 2 roster spots when you can get 1 guy that does 2 jobs. Besides that, a stretch WR that also blocks great in the run game is a devil for a defense to contend with because you get no hints as to the possible play call based on personnel package or formation.