We're getting screwed sitting here with our hands over our eyes and are going to end up with only 3/4 first day picks if don't pick it up soon. We must be aggressive to trade down, at least to 4-7, maybe as far as 10-12. Whatever it takes. We NEED the extra 1st day picks and we don't need a zillion dollar RB. So forget Reggie Bush. He's falling in the draft anyway. THe people who want of need QBs are going to pick off Leinart and Cutler as soon as thing start, so we have to be players in the Leinart/Cutler stakes. And we have to be flexible in making trades with people interested in trading up. We can't hope to rob tham--all that talk about a Ditka offer has chased away draft partners, and the presumption that we're only really interested in Bush has made us irrelevent. So now we gotta say we're ready to trade and be ready to take Leinart at #1 and let the chips fall where they may--there's no other way to become the go-to team for other clubs wanting to trade up. If we get "stuck" with Leinart I say worse things could happen. We dump Ragone and wait a year or two, with Leinart behind Carr (for as long as Carr can hold him off) and then trade one or the other. If, as seems more likely, this new public statement of intent finally draws an offer that produces a reasonably high #1 pick (for me that's one in the top dozen) plus two or even three extra 1st day picks, or two picks and a player, well, I'd say that was well worth the price. We lose Bush, Leinart, Young, but we suddenly have 6 or 7 first day picks for a team that badly needs 'em.