After watching some Combine coverage and contemplating what BB will do in the draft, I keep coming back to Defensive Linemen. I know there is a need for WR, and RB. But knowing a bit about how BB thinks, I believe it will be a DL. I came to this conclusion by thinking about the longevity of positions and their value in the draft. Most recently, everyone thought the Texans were nuts for picking Mario Willians ( I think ) over Reggie Bush. When I compare the career length of a DLinemen, versus a RB, the pick is a no brainer. When trying to construct a NFL team, I want to focus my high draft picks on positions that have the most longevity if they work out. Why waste a high number 1 draft pick on a RB that will probably only be a stud for 4 years? On the other side of that coin, you can spend the same amount of money and draft position to select a DLinemen, Tight End, WR, or QB which will more than likely have a 10 year career as a highly productive player on the team. When I consider the true value of a player and position, it makes no sense to draft a RB, Safety, or Conerback high in the Draft. The amount of years a Safety is productive is typically short, RB's lose their step, as well as Corners lose their speed as well. Whereas, you can draft a monster DLineman, and for the next 6-8 years, have a solid player that can make Safeties, and Corners better. When I think about this, and knowing BB mastery of the game, I see why he drafts TE's so much, and Defensive Linemen, those 2 positions, other than QB, seem to have the longest careers, and they are the smartest investment when talking about investing top money in a first round pick. Now, after Wilfork is signed, we need someone to pair with him which will equally create pressure and double teams... I want to see a stud Dlineman drafted with our first round pick, to help create pressure and stop the run.