I'll leave with this, and then I will shut up. Is J.J. Watt going to be the cornerstone of your front 4 or front 7? Cameron Jordan? DeMarcus Ware is already here. Anthony Spencer is a better player than both of those players, imso. Is Prince Amukmara Champ Bailey or Terence Newman, because he better be one of them if you are even considering drafting him at 9 and end up passing on a blue chip OT like Tyron Smith. Even if he was Bailey or Newman (I don't think he is even close to being on their tier), how many Super Bowls has Bailey or Asomugha or Revis won? ZERO Revis has been to 2 AFC Championship Games, but he has one of the best offensive lines in the NFL, which includes two first round picks and D"Brickashaw Ferguson. Dallas' offensive line is in horrendous shape, and the steep decline in the run blocking across the board on that offensive line, including Free (when compared to Adams) is alarming. Never mind that the worst RT in the NFL is Mark Colombo, a player who should have been replaced in the 2009 draft. The average age of Dallas' offensive line will be 33 next season. If this line stays intact or if Sam Young plays RT next year and Kosier stays, it will get ugly in Dallas next year. Tyron Smith is a cornerstone player on the offensive line, and you don't get in a position to draft guys like this very often. The Cowboys better not blow it. I can find J.J. Watt and Gabe Carimi talent in the second round. They may be a bit raw, but I'll get better bang for my buck in the long run.