Both teams have clunky QBs, with Steve McNair being only a slightly better QB than Grossman. Both teams have, IMO, average RBs in Thomas Jones/Cedric Benson and then Jamaal Lewis with the Ravens. Not exactly the most dynamic runners in the NFL right now. But the common denominator for both teams, is this: An elite defense. Frankly, I'd be happy with ANYBODY at QB, and ANYBODY at RB if it meant that we focused our draft and free agency on building one of the best defenses in the NFL. Ryans and Williams are both a great start. Perhaps we could build off that success and continue to solidify our defense? On the other hand, we see teams like Lions and Cardinals (consistently at the top draft spots) who attempt to stock their roster with potent offensive stars...and then only to sputter because they are always playing from behind. When I saw Chicago do to Arizona what they did on Monday night, I was sold on the impact team-wide of a great defense. It can mask so many weaknesses. Bears and Ravens have been doing it with defense. And all the while, their offense is fairly inept if you ask me. Kubiak strikes me as the kind of guy that will tolerate Carr-Lundy-Dayne-Taylor for at least one more year. He'll offer compeitition for those positions during camp, but I think he'll focus the draft and early free agency moreso on the d side of the ball. And that means no AP, no Quinn, no flashy WR with our first round pick. I'll go on record right now and say that we'll draft defense with our first round pick.