Originally Posted by Risen Star
You're setting yourself up for a bad draft. You can not fixate on needs. What if we're picking 16th and the 6th overall player on our board is still available and he happens to be a DT while the next guy is 14th and he's a WR. The first OL is sitting there at 20. Everybody in the room is telling you he's not near the player of that DT. We reach for the OL? We trade down and miss out on what our scouts tell us is an elite talent?
This is one of the reasons why teams stack bad classes together. Constantly chasing needs during a talent acquisition process.
Take the talent.
Always like your draft thinking RS.