Being that we are an expansion franchise and started from zero, I would think everyone would assume we would need numerous draft selections to build a base of talent. Some will pan out, some wont but we will have good odds with many selections we are given as a new franchise. However, over the last two years, Casserly has taken the opposite approach, essentially trading away draft picks to address areas. Much like you would expect from a team that has just missed going to the Super Bowl. Let me provide you with 2 examples: We traded 3 picks (2nd, 3rd, & 4th) to move up to select Babin in the draft two years ago. We traded 2 picks (2nd, 3rd) to trade for Buchanan. To make the situation more confounding - Casserly didnt make these moves to address acute needs. It has been obvious to everyone for the last two years - our glaring needs are an outside pass rushing linebacker, 2nd receiver, and offensive line. Yet we traded 5 draft picks for a non pass rushing linebacker and a cornerback. Ill even give Casserly the benefit of the doubt and say Buchanan may be able to eventually play to the level of an Aaron Glenn. Babin? No need addressed. So I dont get it what did we get for giving up 5 desperately needed draft picks? And now, with all of our picks gone where do we go from here? Im not a salary cap expert, but if he has managed our cap room like our drafts picks we probably dont have room for free agents either. Maybe someone can explain this to me and make me feel better about the prospects of this organization.