I believe the Cowboys will re-sign Doug Free, Kosier, Bowen, Hatcher, and Sensabaugh and will go after Michael Huff in Free Agency. I believe Peterson will be there with the 6th pick in the Draft. If he is, Dallas will go up and get him. It will cost us our 1st (#9) and our 3rd round pick (#71). Per the old Draft value charts 1585 points (Cowboys) to 1600 points (Browns). Easily within do it range. 1st Kilo...Pick #6. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU, 6'0", 219. LSU Tiger. Simply the best player in this draft and an immediate impact player. Has the potential to be a multi-time Pro Bowler and more. A rare combination of size, speed, and skills. Simply put, 2010 will end up being the best year we could have sucked in a long time. In order to get our 3rd round pick back, we'll trade down in the 2nd with New Orleans. We'll get their 2nd round pick (#56) and their 3rd round pick (#88). Per the old Draft value charts again, 500 points (Cowboys) to 490 points (Saints). Again easily within do it range. 2nd Kilo...Pick #56. Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU, 6'6", 350. A mountain of a man replacing a mountain of a man. Some thought to him playing RT exists. Either way, fix the right side of the OL. 3rd Kilo...Pick #88. Quan Sturdivant, ILB, North Carolina, 6'1", 241. A perfect guy to groom as Bradie James eventual replacement. A good sideline to sideline tackler and football smart. 4th Kilo...Pick #109. John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin, 6'4", 315. I think a perfect fit to replace Kosier in the future. 5th Kilo...Pick #140. Henry Hynoski, FB, Pittsburgh, 6'2", 255. A difference maker. Adonis DNA right here. No more short yardage struggles. No more dead QBs because of missed blitzes. 6th Kilo...Pick #171. Kris O'Dowd, C, USC, 6'4", 305. A guy who will fight you from snap to whistle and beyond if need be. A good guy to groom as a future replacement for Gurode if Costa cannot be what we hope. 7th Kilo...Pick #209. Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, 6'2", 225. Simply put, this is my Jason Garrett clone. A guy who will study hard, learn the game, and when called upon, give us solid but not spectacular performances and maybe, hopefully, one day join our coaching ranks. His intelligence is the intangible that makes him so perfect for my agendas.