Come April 15th, We have a camp developed to pick Young, We have a camp developed to pick Bush, and we have a camp developed to trade down and get more picks. The two camps we dont pick are going to have another 'scream fest'. They will sound chants of Sean Taylor (oh, did you know he was ejected from the last game from spitting at players), Derrick Johnson, and others. Personally, I dont know if my eyes can take it. IF we pick Young - Carr will be insulted, Ragone will have a cow. Personally, I think Ragone should have had a chance the last few weeks to try to come out of the bench, but someone thought better of it. Benefits of having Young. He is a playmaker and makes better reads and better accurcy then Carr from what I have seen. He looks to have leadership skills and can get the job done. Reminds me of a Leftwich, but much more mobile. Downfalls of Young. Cap hit going to be insaine if we take him at #1, Doesnt address critical problems with the O-line (good thing he can run, he will be), Carr sitituation will have to be addressed with trade or something and if he is given his extension, we will get a nice Cap blow. IF we pick Bush - DD, Morency, Wells, Hollings, and Anderson, 2-3 of those will need to be traded or dropped outright. I see Wells staying (new contract) because of his sign amount and his performance last year as backup RB and special teams. Anderson will be dropped, and DD will have to be traded. Benefits of Bush. Incredible Running back, one of the best in years coming out in the draft. Good leadership skills and can see holes and hit them instantly. Reminds me of combo of a young dancing Eddie George, with Barrys juke ability, and close to Pittmans speed. Creates a dangerous backfield causing teams to prepare for the run more, opening the down field possibilities. More stout then DD. Downfalls of Bush Cap hit going to be insaine if we take him at #1, Doesnt address critical problems with the O-line (good thing he can run, but I hope he can without holes.), DD sitituation will have to be addressed with trade or something, we will get a nice Cap blow. We already have a 1000 yard rusher in DD, and just signed a new contract with him. IF we trade down. This is still the way I would go, even though you have some good players on the board for us. Several reasons for this, which are listed below. Benefits of Trading down - I think one of the biggest reasons is because there is alot of teams right now willing to sell their mother the get Bush or Young. Lienhart value dropped a bit, so I dont see his presence helping us. For us to trade down by 2,5 or 8 positions will produce us a huge amount of picks since these two are so valued and highly sought. I see for a trade down securing us a top 10 pick still, a second round this year, a fourth round this year, a 1st round round next year or a 2nd and 3rd next year. This would also give us 'cheaper' players, but high valued players and addressing many needs. Think about it, right now we have 4 picks in top 67. How about 6 picks in the top 67. and 3 picks in the top 64 next year. It would go along way to help our team. More players for the money. Downfalls of Trading down - We would be passing on outstanding playmakers in Bush or Young. They have a chance to improve (not set) our team and create more win possibilities.