I love some good old fashioned draft talk, but I'm beginning to think many of us are on the wrong track here in talking about CB's or RB's. We are about to sign Romo to a 60-80 million dollar deal. Do any of us really think we're not going to try to protect that investment and not get the best Left tackle we can draft? Flozell is gone, and the money LT's (if you can find a good one) in FA is astronomical. We can't have it all people. The talk of RB's in the first round is a little silly too if you really stop and think about it. This draft is DEEP in RB's and lets not kid ourselves, any guy we get in the 2nd or maybe 3rd round would be an upgrade over Julius. OR we take someone even later and give Barber a shot at starting. Or even sign Micheal Turner in free agency. Either way its an upgrade. Also, signing Turner is going to be alot cheaper than signing a LT. CB's. Yes, Nate Jones doesn't excite anyone, but we're 6-1 and we haven't had but a dozen plays where Newman AND Henry have been on the field at the same time. When that happens after the bye, we will be much improved. And Jacques Reeves has bypassed all my expectations. Another CB in the first seems like a stretch to me at his point. NOBODY in the league has 4 great corners. Nobody. I don't believe our Corners are whats killing us. Its Safety. Our safeties are horrid. I don't care how hard they can hit. Hitting is overrated. Looks great on Jacked up, but I'd rather see one wrap up. I believe our areas of need are LT, S, WR then RB. In that order. LT and S in the first round, RB in free agency, WR either in the draft or FA. Flame away boys, but thats my two cents.