Me? That's easy. The Patriots haven't coveted a player like this, one that was within reach, since Fitzgerald was coming out of University of Pittsburgh. Remember how valuable he is for the Cards. A real thumper at middle linebacker who will inspire fear in opposing offenses, something we've lost with the demise of Harrison, the aging of the slow linebacker corps, and the injury bug hampering Richard Seymour seemingly on an almost permanent basis. We need a playmaker at defense. Stop the run. Rey Maualuga, learn to spell it, fellas, can play better than his former teammate Keith Rivers who was taken #6 I believe last year. It's predicted he'll go 15-20 on the pointless mock drafts. If that holds true, we may have to give up one of our second-rounders to move up from our current position at #23. That's unless there's a pass rushing demon that they're also high on that can come off the edge to wreck havoc. I don't know about that. I'm normally against moving up, just letting the players fall to us. I never liked what we did to nab Daniel Graham, for instance. If we had waited, Chris Baker, whom we just got, was there for us in later rounds. But this Maualuga kid looks like a difference maker, a Troy Polumaulu or whatever Pittsburgh has. We need a stud in the middle. Mayo is more a tackling machine. This Patriots run began with a big hit by Bryan Cox in 2001. Remember that? We need another Cox in the middle. That didn't sound good.