Great thread nearby on team needs, I think it would be interesting to predict the offseason based on the team needs. Typically our lower tier FA signings (i.e. Durant) plug some holes while a good number of our draft picks (like Wilcox and Randle last year) fill needs where depth is needed. Some are BPA for the long run (Sean Lee) and some are BPA for areas of critical need (Frederick). So what holes should be filled by FA and by draft picks? I see the areas of need as these: Offense: OG, Deep threat WR, Backup QB and an OT to develop. Defense: DT, DE, WLB and CB Targets of Opportunity if the BPA is available at there draft spot would be FS, LB, and RB. My assumptions built into that are the typical contract restructures to create cap space, Miles Austin is cut, Ware takes a slight pay cut and Spencer comes back on a one year, incentive based contract. So my take on how the needs are filled is this: Offense Guard taken in the first three rounds of the draft. WR with deep speed signed as a 3rd or 4th option in free agency. Backup QB taken in the middle rounds of the draft. Developmental OT taken in the late rounds. Defense DT taken in the first two rounds and an impact Henry Melton type of FA DT is the team’s biggest FA signing. DE taken in the first three rounds with a situational pass rusher taken in later rounds. WLB taken in the middle rounds CB with size taken in the middle and in the late rounds.