A lot of people would like to tell you the OLine needs upgrading. What games have you been watching this year? We have one of the best, if not, THE best Offensive Line in the NFL. We need to re-sign Light. It shouldnt be hard. He's a team captain and good personality. Seems to love playing for the Pats. Will probably take a home town discount. Vollmer on the other side has been amazing and could shift over to LT if Light somehow gets away. O Callahan has played well at both LG and RG. Mankins could still re-sign and I think he will. We have the money to re-sign him and are a perennial Playoff contender with a great coach and system that he's obviously thrived in. Worst case scenerio, he gets franchised and traded for a 1st-2nd rounder and we use that pick on the best OLineman available. If we keep our current group intact, then we don't need to touch the OLine. QB is fine. TE is fine. RB is fine right now but needs depth. I cant see Taylor in a Pats uniform next year. What happens if LawFirm gets injured? That's the issue we need to address. Unfortunately this isnt a good draft for RB's and has almost no 1st rd talent at the position. We'll need to look for another diamond in the rough somewhere in the mid-rounds. Afterall, our 1st rounder Maroney was a huge disappointment while our UDFA BJGE turned out to be a stud. I don't think BB is worrying about finding another RB with the first few 3 picks, but it's something they will take a close look at in the late-2nd to late 3rd. WR is fine. Welker, Branch, Tate are the main group. Edelman has barely even seen the field. Taylor Price cant even get activated for a game. Do we draft another WR in the early rounds when we can't even find opportunities for a 3rd rd pick from last year? I doubt it. Despite heavy Defensive drafting over the past few years, we still need to stock up. Richard Seymour was traded and never really replaced at RDE. Ty Warren is coming off a season ending injury and getting older. Who knows where his level of play will be when he comes back. Brace, Pryor, Deaderick, Wright, make for a very good rotation, but are any of them legitimate starters? We all know how much stock BB puts in the DLine as evident by all the previous 1st Rounders we used at the position. This draft is very 34 DE friendly. I dont think BB lets a stud DE pass him by. Marcel Dareus, Cameron Jordan, JJ Watts, Jared Crick, Ballard, etc. Dont be surprised if we add another DE in the 1st rd. CB is another issue in todays pass happy league. McCourty is already seeming like a Pro Bowler. However Bodden is coming off a bad injury and might not be his old self. Butler has been a disappointment and I just cant see him turning it around and being another more than a Nickle CB. Arrington has played well but could probably be upgraded. So what if a top notch CB falls in the draft and lands right in our hands? If Amukamara or Brandon Harris are still there when we pick, dont be surprised if BB pulls the trigger. We need lots of good CBs for elite passing teams like the Colts, Packers, Saints, etc. Safety is fine. Even if Meriweather if gone via Free Agency, we have enough depth that we probably won't need to draft another Safety. ILB is fine. 1 Pro Bowl caliber starter, a 2 down thumper, and a good coverage guy. OLB is possibly the biggest priority of them all. Cunningham has played well on his side. Ninkovich and TBC are better suited as back ups. Neither of them play the run particularly well, and neither can consistently pressure the QB every game. Cunningham showed how important pressure is in the Indy game. If he doesnt get to Peyton Manning and force a bad throw, we mightve lost that Colts game. We need another OLB on the other side that we can stick in on obvious pass situations and be confident he will pressure the QB every time.