Originally Posted by bakes781
24. New England- bakes781 Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska
25. NYJ- J-E-T-S 1083 - Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
26. Philadelphia- porky88 - Greg Olsen, TE, Miami (FL)
27. New Orleans- BJames1156 - Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State
28. New England- bakes781
Using the handy dandy Box has bad brain flatulence scorecard, Staley is the next BPA option. But, havng landed a rock solid value like Carriker already, you can go a little crazy if you like. That could mean Brian Leonard, or Lamarr Woodley, or a reach for Jason Hill who won't be there at 91, or a reach for the next best CB Josh Wilson. If you wanted to be really crazy you'd reach for Stewart Bradley and move him to ILB. If you felt one Ellis Hobbs was enough, skip Josh Wilson and take raw talent Jonathan Wade.
BPA: Staley, not really a need, but a potential All-Pro LT.
More risk, but maybe more for need: Woodley at OLB isn't a pure need, but adds to the LB pool, he might even play ILB some day.
- Leonard at RB/FB is also not a pure need, but makes the RB pool deeper (remember dinged up RBs in January).
- WR Jason Hill had 143 career catches, 111 went for first downs, a deeper WR pool with two vets on one year trial contracts, yuh dig?
- Everybody loves CBs (I'm having flashbacks to that scene in Shrek, "everybody loves cakes."), Wilson is an instant nickelback day one; Wade is taller, as fast, more upside athletically, but rawer.
- Folks have been screaming for an ILB in the draft, if you want one, why not take one that already has the size and can play inside or out, Bradley (a dual purpose LB like Vrabes has to be worth more than a one trick pony, right
Lots of folks want a Safety, but you can get a slower CB later for FS and the big SS aren't here. Center is a nice safe pick, Kalil fits the new zone blocking scheme and backs up Koppen through 2011 in case Traylor lands on him again. If you wanted another WR option, Gonzalez is Welker.
Either way, job well done with Carriker, an outstanding choice in the BB mould - you've got a future kid!