I agree with thinking about how your team shapes up for sure. But you can’t just compare MT to Miller. That’s a 1st/2nd round talent to a 4th/5th round guy. It’s not apples to apples. I am a huge proponent for drafting BPA in first 3-4 rounds regardless of positional need because I think reaching in those rounds is the most damaging to your team vs reaching later. Which is why I implement the Zero RB approach a lot this year when drafting from late position. I can reach in later rounds for RBs that others may not be willing to. If you want to actually do an appropriate comparison, I think you have to really try and think about what your team looks like after 7-8 rounds. Not just the 2 picks you have outlined. Based on current ADPs, I think the below compositions are pretty fair/realistic representations of what you might be able to get.
WR: Hopkins, JJ/Allen/MT, Diggs/Hilton/Hill/Cooper, Landry/Arob/M Jones
RB: Howard, Miller/Drake/Royce, Ingram/Lynch/Kerryon/Sony, Burkhead/Williams
WR: JJ/Allen/MT, Diggs/Hilton/Hill/Cooper, Fitz/Juju/Flash, Landry/Arob/M Jones
RB: Gordon, Howard, Ingram/Lynch/Kerryon/Sony, Burkhead/Williams
Pretty close for me personally now that I’ve built it out but I prefer the 1st option slightly cause I’m not that big on the 4th round WRs, and really love the WRs in rounds 1-3. Definitely a higher risk roster, but can definitely really pay off if you hit on someone like Kerryon/Michel/lynch.