Just musing on how two of the top teams in the league go about their savvy bargain hunting... San Diego has taken to targeting big-time players with serious injury flags: Antonio Cromartie, Marcus McNeill, Anthony Waters. New England has developed a fondness for guys who got stuck on the depth chart behind special players: Matt Cassel, Oscar Lua, Matt Gutierrez. I can't think of any other teams that have taken either approach so aggressively. (Granted, SD's approach is more aggressive, since it requires higher picks.) Rolling the dice on these risky players makes sense if you're picking at the end of every round...there are fewer sure things available, and you have fewer definite needs to fill. The interesting thing is that Indianapolis hasn't been rolling those boom-or-bust dice. They tend to collect players with strong skills but worrisome measurables (tiny safeties, slow corners), trusting that their system will exploit the players' strengths and cover their weaknesses. In the end...I have no conclusion to make at all. :bricks: But maybe some tendencies to consider in the next draft.