well, this is fairly easy. First round, you don't possibly move off KB so you can get Bitonio later (I hear they really did like Bitonio but there's no way you pass up KB).
SO the 2nd becomes, Ealy or Morgan Moses? I figured Moses to be the pick at the time so I'd have been OK with that. Moses really dropped the last few weeks of the draft, but his technique is pretty sloppy. He played last week, and he had some great stuff out there, and some problems. Now that's his first real action of the year, so consider that. In reaction, Ealy was a luxury pick, and in hindsight it was a huge need and he hasn't even really filled it yet (he will go on to be a good player, though).
The 3rd rounder being a guard, it's hard to take that away. Turner has been solid, he moves well, he's what the team needs at G and they couldn't afford to end up the way they had in '13 at RG. You could argue that the third, fourth could've been Hurst at OT instead, and I'd have been fine with that then or now.
I knew before doing this your point was, he tried to do something about OT and couldn't, instead of "didn't". And I agree. Gettleman wanted an OT. It didn't work out that way. I do think, throwing a flyer on Hurst in 6 would've left the team better off, but they had to have had their reasons not to draft him or try to pick him up in UDFA.