I think the NFL might be flat out wrong when it comes to positional value. The study that Samford University found that the only statistical category that has a strong correlation to actually winning football games is run defense. Now obviously a purely statistical evaluation is going to miss out on some other factors, but it's interesting none the less.
You don't draft a player thinking of next season only, especially in the top 10.
We need the very best player on our board who isn't a RB...and to a lesser extent WR. Other than that, we have holes all over this roster. If Brown is the very best player available, I'm cool with it, but positional value has to come into play when drafting at 7.