We have a high need for CB, but there'll be good players available in the second. (Jamar Taylor would work for me, though, at 29.) If the Florida State player with elite athleticism and excellent size is available at our place, we take him and watch Bill Belichick act like a preteen girl at a Justin Bieber concert. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com CBS Sports has him ranked ninth as the best player but all the mocks have him taken in the 13-19 range in the first. But what if he keeps falling? Sssh. Don't tell anyone, but the Patriots have their fingers crossed this kid, relatively new to football, falls to them. Unlikely to as far as 29, so would we trade up using picks from future years? It's not our modus operandi, but heck he's the Vrabel we could get to complement the McGinest from last year, Chandler Jones. How many sacks did we get on the immobile Ravens QB in the AFC Championship Game? Yes, that's right. Zero. We need to get at him and Manning, guys who have laser-guided grenade launchers for arms. But the game completely changes when we can start sacking them. We could bring back the best players we've ever had in the secondary--and they'd just pick us apart if they have the time. It's not just a pass-happy league. It's a pass-crazy one. And the fact that a top 15 player could fall to us at 29--Why exactly? Does he have character concerns? No. Athletic limitations? No.--would be better than good. If he's gone, then we make every effort to trade out of the first and pick up extra value. Or consider Moore, who looked slow, weak, and disinterested at the Combine, or Hunt, whom I think the Patriots may be high on as well.