OKay, I'm pretty happy overall with this year's draft. I have upped my grade to a B, and it's not even over yet. However, I can't be the only one shocked that we didn't address the OL, and I don't consider it addressing the position regardless of what we do in rounds 6-7...we don't need another Pettitti, no offense to his fans. I'm sure the thinking is this: With Adams and Fabini, even if neither plays great (adams returning to injury and fabini never a good run blocker), we're still immediately better in pass protection on both corners than we were with Tucker/Pettitti. We can't be any worse at Center and RG, hopefully a little better due to experience and better health. LG is the position where we will probably be a little worse, but it won't be a disaster. So I'm sure Parcells and JJ think we're better at OL this season, and we are...however, I have no doubt about the fact that our OL is still by far the weakest position on our football team, and we have almost no depth or young players on the rise in the wings to take over. At some point, and I hope it will be next year, we have got to draft OL early and often and well in order to build a strong OL that will have some youthful leaders and mainstays, guys who can possibly develop into top players in the trenches...yes, I know Johnson, Gurode, and Pettitti are young, but I don't put them into the category of linemen I want to see starting for us in future years. Kozier is a wait and see guy. Good Draft...if they all work out and are better than their press clippings, GREAT DRAFT...but this team is still seriously thin at OL. Rome wasn't built in a day, but the OL must be retooled.