Now that the Bills have two first round picks they have a lot more flexibility within the first round. In my opinion, I don't think there is anyone really worth picking at 11. If you think of previous years we knew the pick would be a CB last year, and at 12 the previous year believed Lynch was the way to go. This year isn't so obvious because of all our holes. The BIGGEST hole is now left tackle. I don't care what you tell me, we have NO left side of the line. Tackle needs to be addressed or left guard in the first. I propose we trade our 11 pick and move down somewhere before Atlanta. We take TE Pettigrew with this pick and pick up an additional 2nd or 3rd via the trade. Now we can address the O-line by taking Alex Mack. He can either play center or guard for us and start right away. If we pick a tackle at 11, he is no guarentee of being any good, and being able to start right away. Both Pettigrew and Mack would start right away. Now we have a ton of ammunition to move up if we want to (Very top of 2nd) and grab one of the many DE. Who know, Ayers might slip to the begining of the 2nd. There are so many DE's. They are not all going to be picked in the first round like everyone projects. I only put emphasis on O-Line and TE because we have absolutely No one that can play those positions really. Schobel and Kelsay are O.K starters who proved they can be satisfactory.