Common wisdom tells us that we need an edge rusher, either at OLB or at DE, but I would offer that that "wisdom" reflects a different game. A different game is being played in today's NFL. Its a game of 3 step drops and short passes. Its a game that negates some of the outside pass rush by formation and/or play selection. Think about it. What is what really hurts our passing game. Its the push up the MIDDLE. Its the INSTANT pressure that a QB feels. Outside pressure can be avoided. A mobile QB like Brady can step up to avoid the outside rush or side step an attacker. Its the pressure that comes from the INSIDE that creates the "happy feet" that causes the QB to throw off his back foot, that creates the inaccuracy that leads to turn overs and missed open receivers So while even I contemplate dreams of securing a top OLB and DE in this draft. (I would move heaven and earth to maneuver in the first round to wind up with Watt/Jordan and Kerrigan) But that being said would that really solve the problem. Maybe the way to go in THIS draft for THIS type of offensive attack would be to find the PENETRATER. The guy who can create the quick pressure. BTW - I have NO idea who "that guy" might be. This isn't a draft topic its a football strategy issue. Maybe BB is setting up a very flexible line up that can create pressure from the inside, I hope to hear some your insights on this.