I know all of us want to compete for the super bowl THIS year and want to see every hole filled. The problem with looking at every year as "do or die" is that it forces your hand to keep guys that seem irreplaceable in the short term, but who hamper us in achieving the ultimate prize on down the road due to bloated contracts or force us to reach to fill the position in the draft. I don't think we should force any picks AT ALL this year based on need. The team's number one goal out of this draft should be to acquire as many quality players as possible out of this draft class, regardless of position. If we can trade down and pick up a couple of more players out of this draft class, that is even better. If there is no one we want and cant trade back this year, trade for a future pick and acquire more picks next year, in a higher round. If we are on the clock in the first round and the next Jason Witten is there, select him and move on. If the next Troy Aikman, or Emmitt Smith (the wordsmith) or Michal Irvin is there, pull the trigger. Stop trying to plug a hole just to say you filled it and then watch the guy underachieve based on draft position. Draft football players who can play and move on. We probably won't go to the super bowl next year using this approach, but the odds are in 2015 our cap will look much healthier, we will have an influx of talent that will stick, the contracts of aging players will start to come off the books, and most importantly .... there will be fewer busts.