My take: Offensive skill positions Literally the only offensive skill player needed could be Fred Taylor's replacement. Offensive line This one is impossible to judge in detail right now, since it's not known which of Ligh, Mankins, and Neal are coming back. But it seems likely to be a major need. Defensive line (true) With Ty Warren returning and Brace playing decently, it still would be nice to get one 3-4 DE kind of stud. But that's about all that's needed. OLB/passing down DE Cunningham and Ninkovich are keepers. Moore seems like a low-end keeper as well, but presumably could be upgraded. The big question is TBC, who has disappointed this year after a good 2009 -- was that nagging injury, or is he just not that good? Cunningham notwithstanding, BB has a low hit rate drafting for this spot. Cunningham is about his only success between early first round (Lawrence Taylor and Willie McG, and don't bother me with details as to whether or not BB had influence on their drafting -- he did help develop them) and 7th round/UDFA (TBC Version 1.0). I'm not convinced a high pick will or should be used here. ILB None needed S None needed, unless Meriweather is traded, in which case we'll have yet more pick ammo. CB None are absolutely needed, but after Bodden/McCourty the trio of Butler/Arrington/Wilhite could use some competition. Put me down for a mid-round flyer who is an early favorite to beat out Wilhite. ST specialists None are needed. ------------------------------------------------------ This take is also a good match for the pick budget -- do whatever it takes to get one great DE prospect, even if that's a trade up from 17, then use most of the rest of the ammo that is fired this year (as opposed to rolled over) on OL. Spray a few shots at other positions.