Ok, we do know somethings... 1) We need help at OL, Flo/McQ and Colombo aren't all that bad and McQ and Colombo have some upside, Rivera is the worst link 2) Regardless of how Romo does, we still need another QB to groom and backup Romo. Even if we bring in a vet to backup, we HAVE to have someone to groom. 3) Our WRs are getting old but we have some really good young ones too that we probably don't want to part with and both TO and TG will probably be here for at least one, maybe two more seasons. 4) We don't really need much on D, other than some decent coaching and meshing. 5) We've drafted so heavily on defense and ignored the offense (and had a few busts) to great peril on the OL 6) We don't have a great many needs, as long as we get a few quality, high-caliber players, we may be better off than if we get 9 players that are decent. 7) Oakland is likely to have the #1 draft pick (Al Davis and JJ = old pals) I could really see one of two scenarios: 1) Big trade up for a big name QB 2) Standing pat (or just trading up a few spots) for a OL, probably a T (since OGs aren't usually first round picks) This draft is hugely deep (if a lot of guys declare) at WR so it'll hurt if we don't get one but we're just too stocked there right now. Maybe we take one later. (I love Calvin Johnson, Steve Smith, D Jarrett, Ted Ginn, Manningham, and A Bowman) I would love to see a monster trade up to get Brady Quinn. I think he's the safest pick and could be big-time at the next level. Even if Romo pans out, he can sit for a few like Rivers did. (The only thing better than having one great QB is having two.) I also like Brohm and Booty. Palmer and Henne could be 3rd or 4th round steals too. I also think that we could afford to trade away most of our draft picks this year and be okay since we should have enough cap space to sign a FA OL or two, maybe even a vet backup QB. If Romo turns out to be really good then I expect us to drop Bledsoe and sign a vet. But we still need to draft a QB on day one. If we don't trade up, OL is a must. In that scenario, I think our day one draft has to look like: OT, OG, and QB (in no particular order) (The OL I like the most is U of Mich Jake Long. I also like the traditional success U of Mich OL have in the pros.) The other thing we have going for us is that we have lots of day 2 picks to use and move around on day 1 if we need to.