Hey guys. Today is my first time back on the board since Hurricane Ike put a damper on things. Life has been back to normal for a while now but I hadn't visited in so long I just didn't get back into the habit. Anyway, IMO, outside of QB and special teams, there isn't a position we can take in the 1st round that won't improve this team. (assuming the players proves deserving of the pick) Obviously we have bigger needs than others. OLB, WR and clearly TE are the most obvious. But some great picks have been made when teams passed on "need." (the Titans took heat for passing on WRs to take RB Chris Johnson) I'm like most. I want to see us take someone like Graham, Kindle, Dunlap or Golden Tate. I want to feel better about one of our weak spots. However, I'm not against us bringing in anybody that improves us. My favorite "non-need" pick is Earl Thomas. With his versatility, he's a guy you find a way to get on the field. He's a playmaker and he does it in the big games too. He doesn't have padded stats against scrub teams. We're not hurting in the secondary but it's not like we couldn't get better. He's also a good character guy as well. He plays piano for his grandfather's church. My neighbor is friends with a couple of teachers he had in high school and they talk about what a delight he was. Again, I want OLB bad. BAD! But he's one of those guys I'd have trouble being upset about if his name was called.