Something that just crossed my mind is that if theres one thing the Smithiak draft philosophy could be known for, its their willingness to draft 'project' players (even in the top 10 of round 1 - Amobi). Now, I'd say, assuming we keep the O-line together this off-season, our only glaring hole is at WR2. Just imagine if we can get that filled as well in FA, have we then reached a point where we can draft a real project type DT or WR (could do with 2 of 'em imho) in the first and not miss a beat. Had we not been in need of Amobi to start, who knows how he could have done, and also, apart from that, our first round pick, assuming the points about WR and Oline are addressed in FA, wouldn't have to start unless they were outright better than what we already have. Cody may not be an All-Pro but he isn't a glaring weakness at the same time, you could stand to upgrade him but his play wasn't bad at all this season gone. Is it time to look at going back to the project philosophy having gone away from it the past couple of seasons (in the 1st round at least)?