It seems pretty obvious to me that what this team needs to push us past this level to the next level is the OL issues resolved. To that end, I would focus on David DeCastro in this draft and would trade up to get him if I had to. Make this team so good on Offense that the Defense can afford the gambles they like to take. 1st round...David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 6'5", 315. Better run and pass blocking puts this Offense on par with the Saints and Packers. This guy makes too much sense not to go after hard. 2nd round...Nick Foles, QB, Arizona, 6'5", 240. If the other top QBs do go back to school, this guy might move into the 1st round. We were eyeing Andy Dalton last year. McGee is not a long term answer once Tony is ready to step aside. Here is our long term answer. Yeah, it's a homer pick for me, but a good one. 3rd round...Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia, 5'10", 185. I want him mainly as a Return guy, but CB depth is vital too. I am tired of Kick Returners jogging to the 20. Hit top speed and run. 4th round...Michael Brewster, C, Ohio State, 6'4", 305. I think Kowalski was a little better than Costa. I don't think either were good enough. 5th round...Asa Jackson, CB, Cal Poly, 5'10", 188. He has speed to burn, we need speed and depth. 6th round...Jerry Franklin, ILB, Arkansas, 6'1", 245. With Brooking and James both likely gone we need depth here. One will be a veteran, the other a rookie. This kid makes tackles. 6th round...Comp pick...Cody Johnson, FB, Texas, 5'11", 252. Insurance against Chapas not being what we want and Fiammetta being injured. 7th round...Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 5'10", 188. Will drop because of his injury. Is a perfect choice as a Wes Welker type small guy who is fearless and will make hard catches. Worth waiting a year for if the ACL isn't ready by 2012.