I really like the DBs the Cowboys were able to glean from this year's draft. God knows we needed some. However, since Taco Charlton is more of a base DE/3-4 DE, & it's doubtful any of the late round D-linemen will even make the team, we are no further along in our almost desperate need for a dominant weak side edge bending speed rusher who will strike fear into our opponents. That is why we have gotten knocked out of the playoffs early the past two times we were there by Aaron Rodgers. He couldn't burn the Falcons because he was too busy eating turf. That's because the Falcons have dedicated themselves to obtaining speed rushers like Vic Beasley, Brooks Reed, Adrian Clayborn, & now, Tak McKinley. We had a perfect opportunity to obtain one, too. Since the second tier speed rushers were either from small schools, many were projected to go somewhere in the late 2nd/ early 3rd rounds of the draft. Given that, it seemed like a good idea to grab a top DB such as Quincy Wilson early, then take one of the raw, but very talented pass rushers at 60. Jordan Willis (73), Tarell Basham (80), & Derek Rivers (83), were all there when the team made their second selection. However, since they had already taken Taco Charlton, a 6-6, 280 lb. base DE at 28, they were all but forced to take a DB there. I hope all of the DBs taken in this draft turn out to be extremely talented defenders, because Rodgers, once again, will have a boatload of time this season to pick them apart.