Here me out before you criticize the decision. First of all, I think with a little secondary help (FS + CB2) our defense will be much, much improved. In fact, with the same guys we had all year (and even less because of injuries), we changed from an embarassing last in the NFL into a team with a real shot. With guys being injured left and right along the Dl, we still managed to really come together as a defense and are on the up and up. As a result, i can see why everyone wanst to finish the defensive puzzle and add those 2 or 3 key pieces to finish the job. We would have a dominating defense. But would it really matter? While our defense improved as the year went on, our passing game fell further and further into oblivion. Problem #1 - Injuries to key members of our offensive line Problem #2 - Horrible QB play Problem #3 - Lack of playmakers? We've remedied problem #2. I think problem #1 will take care of itiself with offseason health and conditioning. But what about problem #3? Sure we added Ahman Green, but we also lost our only real WR#2. I think AJ, Schaub, the entire OL, and Green would all benefit incredibly from having a real, viable, sure thing prospect WR lining up on the opposite side of AJ. Brown is not our long term answer at FS and Faggins is no long term answer at CB, but our defense was improving despite them. Our passing game will look better with Schaub, but without someone on the other side, we will see the same triple coverages that AJ started getting at the end of the year even more often. If we trade down from 10 to the middle or end of round 1 and pick up an extra 2nd or 3rd, we can pick someone like Meacham or Jarrett or Bowe or Rice with our 1st pick and go secondary with the rest of our day 1 picks.