In today's NFL, I think the role of an elite pass-rushing DE is diminishing. Dont get me wrong, they are a great luxury to have. But I think a stud, athletic DT is more important, and should be the priority on draft day. With QBs like RGIII, Kaep, Russell Wilson, even Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers, there are very few "statues" standing in the pocket at QB. Most QBs today are effective at feeling outside pressure and steping up in the pocket. What they typically cannot do is handle quick pressure in their face. We've seen this often from Romo. When he takes sacks, it's because someone has busted thru the interior line, not usually from a speed rush around the end. Thus, if I was GM, I'd get Ware to take a paycut. If not, cut him. Re-sign Anthony Spencer to a reasonable 1-year "prove-it" contract. And then draft a stud, penetrating 3-technique DT. Someone who can create an inside push and demand a double-team. I would be happy with a DL of Spencer (or Ware), Tyronne Crawford, 1st round DT, Selvie (Spencer). With a guys like Ben Bass, Nick Hayden, Kyle Wilbur as rotational guys.