Originally Posted by beerlover
good work as always. your mocks tend to grow stronger towards the bottom than the top, which means you do your homework. If your going to address need with the first two picks take bpa who meets those needs. I just cannot imagine B.J. Raji as top 15 material, heck Vince Wilfork went undrafted until a 3-4 team scooped him up #21. yes he's big, burly space eater but the
Texans seem to have a nice rotation going inside with Travis, Amobi Okoye, Deljuan Robinson & they addressed this need for good measure with a 5th rd selection Texas Frank Okam just this past year, give him some time to develop. lets see who the new DC is & how he is able to transform the players around him in particular the DL.
Thanks Buddy! That means a lot coming from you. While they are important, I find myself far more interested in the third-7th round picks than the first two. I figure that anyone you get with your first two picks should be starters or at least solid depth. Anyone can take a first rounder and make a good pick. Look at the Lions for instance. Was it really that tough to select a Calvin Johnson or an Ernie Simms?
The good teams are the ones that can consistently find gems in the 3rd-7th round. I think finding a gem there is more exciting and thus where I tend to spend my time.