Perloff says that Bryant is a bad pick because Dallas has a woefull record evaluating WR's and dealing with character problems.
His reasoning is Roy Williams, Pac Man Jones, and Tank Johnson. Granted Perloff is just a talking head talking, and his three examples are ugly. However, for a team that can't evaluate WR's, Mr. Perloff seems to forget Patrick Crayton and Miles Austin. I think the issue is Jerry not being good at trading for a #1 receiver. Both times he's done it, he's failed in spectacular fashion (Galloway and Williams). The next time Jerry wants to trade for a #1 receiver somebody better kick him in the grapes, double-quick!
The Pac Man/Tank experiment was low risk/low reward. Pretty much a wash. They had trouble with the law. Bryant is not in that category of bleep-ups. Dallas' dealing with Tank and Jones was as good as or better than every other club.
So because of this, the WR every draft expert, personnel guru, and scout were raving about is sure to be a bust. Puhleeze. I'm going on record as predicting 700 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns for Bryant in 2010.