I started a thread right after the 2008 draft for everyone to "go on the record" with their opinions of the draft. The intent was to let all the would-be I-told-you-so's put down their opinions before they had the benefit of hindsight. Also, this will be a good place to put down the names of the guys we were hoping to get (Jennings, Brown, Unger, etc.). In a year or two, we could then unearth this thread and see who was smart and who was not. Last week, we got a good laugh at the folks (me included) who questioned the Slaton pick, but those who went on the record supporting the Slaton pick get well-deserved applause. So here's the rules: 1. This isn't intended to be a discussion/debate thread at this phase. Plenty of those going around. Just post your disagreement with a pick (or picks) and why. When this time capsule gets dug up in the next year or two, we can praise/laugh at the picks all we want. 2. If you disagree with a pick, you must state who you would have drafted with that pick. And the proposed pick must have been available. 3. No "they should have traded down/up" comments. We don't know if any trades were available, so assume that we were stuck with the picks. 4. If you don't post here, then we can presume you don't question any of the picks. OK, that's not really a fair rule, but you can't be an I-told-us-so unless you did indeed tell us so. If you were right, the proof will be right here for everyone to see. So, with those ground rules in place, here's the transactions up for consideration: Trading Rosenfels for a fourth round pick. If you disagree with this pick, then you are voiding the Texans pick of Anthony Hill (unless you believe we should have drafted him earlier than 122. Brian Cushing at 15. Connor Barwin at 46. Antoine Caldwell at 77 Grover Quin at 112. Anthony Hill at 122. James Casey at 152. Brice McCain at 188. Troy Nolan at 223. Fire away, brave souls.