OK. There have been a LOT of discussions about how folks are picking the 53 and the various tradeoffs. One thing that stands out is that there are SO MANY discussions and very DIFFERENT opinions in every category except QB and TE. From an overall viewpoint, is that telling us something ? 1) Is the possible player contribution depth greater this year ? 2) Or, when you get to the last 1 or 2 positions, is the player strength even enough that it's hard to figure out, but in fact that group of bubble players is weaker this year ? 3) Or is it one answer for some positions and the other answer for other positions ? My possible take: QB - stronger - Cassel is better - no veteran doesn't seem too negative RB - stronger OL - stronger presuming Koppen and Kaczur get back to 100% TE - stronger WR - presuming Branch is back - COULD be a little stronger ?? - not as veteran or as proven ....Last year - Givens, Davis, Dwight, Johnson, Sam, Terrell, Childress, Anderson ....This year - Caldwell, Jackson, Childress, [Andrews for return ?], Kight, Musinski, Stone, Smith DL - stronger ....Last year - Hill, Klecko, Wright, Bailey, Thomas, Sverchek, Pili ....This year - Hill, Klecko, Wright, Sullivan, Smith, Thomas LB - stronger IF Banta-Cain steps up - for sure deeper choice in young players ....Last year - McGinest, Beisel, Brown, Chattham, Mallard .. Alexander, Steen, Torrey ....This year - Beisel, Brown, Seau, Gardner, Woods, Mincey, Alexander, Roach CB - stronger ....Last year - Starks, Poole, Scott, Poteat ....This year - Hawkins, Warfield, Scott, Poteat S - stronger ....Last year - Scott, Sanders, Reid, Ventrone ....This year - Scott, Sanders, Jones, Ventrone, Andrews Now isn't THAT interesting ?