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Okay, we'll go into the season with Davis and Anderson starting, one of them goes down in the preseason with an injury and is replaced by Connor...

You are now in a position where you go into the season with 3 LBs, a few scrubs backing them up, no pass rush or run stopping ability in front of them, and a decent secondary behind them... We'll get carved up like a turkey on Thanksgiving by opposing RBs...

On offense, we have one of the best WRs of all time, a WR who has never really gotten an opportunity, TEs that can catch, a dual headed rushing attack that is quite possibly the best of all time, and a great offensive line leading the way...

Unless we can get Golden Tate or Dez Bryant, we are losing value at #48 by picking a WR... The next tier are simply graded in the 50's, 60's, and 70's overall...

IF we don't move up to the late 20's/early 30's, I'm almost 100% positive that we won't pick a WR with our first pick unless we trade down to the late 50's or early 60's...

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SLJ,

Whilst I completely agree that OLB is a glaring need, WR is in exactly the same situation. We have 3 WRs who are slated to make the cut, however only one is known starting quality, the other two have significantly less experience than our LBs slated to fill in.

I suppose it will all depend on how the chips fall, however I can see us filling the depth at LB much more capably in the later rounds than getting the depth at WR.

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I don't think a starting olb is that important depth is but we don't need 3 studs to make the playoffs. Not having 3 studs has never held us back but a lack of pass rush and no #2 WR has.

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SLJ, I find your lack of faith disturbing...

haha... Get it ... its off Star Trek!

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