There has been a lot of speculation on this board about the Cowboys selecting an OLB in round 1. There are good reasons for this pick, however, I think WR would be a better pick if Holmes or Jackson is available at #18. First, this year's draft is loaded at OLB or defensive ends that could play OLB. The 'Boys could easily pick up a good OLB in rounds 2 or 3. The same can't be said of WR of which there are only about 2-3 impact players. Second, Singleton, Burnett, Thornton, and Ogbogu will all be competing to start at OLB. We all know that Singleton is solid yet unspectacular. Burnett has been injured and is an unknown quantity with a lot of potential. Thornton has been injured as well but is supposedly a good fit at OLB. Ogbogu appears to be more of a defensive end than a LB. The question I have is: Do the Cowboys really need to invest a first round pick at a position that has some veteran depth and a second round pick (Burnett) ready to go. Third, the 'Boys have no depth at WR after Owens, Glenn, and Crayton. And Crayton is a question mark after his severe ankle injury. If either Owens or Glenn go down for any extended period of time, the offense would be in trouble. Glenn does have a long history of injury and rarely plays the entire season. Would anyone feel comfortable with Copper, Crowder, or Rector potentially starting for any period of time? If the 'Boys are going to make a serious run at the playoffs, then we need a potential playmaker backing up Owens and company. Another option the Cowboys could take but is very unlikely is trading for Javon Walker. He probably won't be 100% until next year but would be a great #3 receiver this year with a move up to #2 next year. What do you guys think?