Yeah, provocative title, but think about it. If having the best picks, or the best class mattered by itself, Pitt, Indy and the Pats should have been in the dumps a number of years, while Detroit and others prospered with their vast talent advantage. It's a major way to acquire talent, but only one way. It doesn't fit well some years, is major others. Developing players is as important if not more important. Did we stay in contention the latter half of this decade because we had a 7th overall pick once? We didn't even use it (10 for Mayo). The only prime pick that made a difference in our entire championship and post championship contention every year was the #6 for Seymour. I believe it's something to think about. We still have a very green team from the last two years and development might mean more than future acquisition right now for our defense. By the way, I sure didn't feel this way on draft day to be quite honest. I'd love to see a facsimile of Seymour sometime soon, but I think it's good perspective. More is lost by not developing talent than not drafting it, and I'll stand on that statement.