I don't know as much about X's and O's as a lot of guys on here, but in general I notice a trend. Usually, if a guy is good coming out of the draft, you can tell that he's going to be good. If a guy does not play much at all, he is usually going to be a bust. And sometimes you get guys that are really hard to tell. In the case of Cunningham, I don't think there's any dispute that he is in-between decent and great (great being McCourty, very good being Spikes), but I'm wondering what everyone thinks about his long-term prospects. I mean, his position is extremely valuable, as he has a huge responsibility to pressure the QB. Granted, I think an upgrade on the defensive line is also very important to the pass rush. I look at Cunningham and he has just one sack but seems to be pressuring the quarterback pretty well. So, what do you think of him long-term? It is early, but supposing you are the GM of the team, how big a need is it to draft a stud pass rusher in the first round. I think it's obvious that, while the Pats are doing well right now, developing this position could play a huge role in their success for the next few years, and we certainly cannot afford another Crable-type of situation. Obviously the draft is based on value and depth as much as need, but hypothetically speaking, have you seen enough potential from Cunningham yet? I'd like to hear your thoughts. Thanks.