So I was looking at this link, http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock , first thing I saw was Rob Rang's pick for the Bills...A solid ILB prospect? It makes no sense. He is a pretty smart buy in grading prospects, but his mocks are off because he doesnt understand the NFL teams needs. With that said, I started to think what if it fell this way and Kuechly was the best pick, would everyone be happy with the pick? At that point I would rather trade down to get Coby Fleener, TE from Stanford who is predicted to go end of the first. Then the other mock draft on the link has Blackmon falling to #8...if that was the case, does anyone think buddy would break his rule and trade up to get this guy? He is a beast of a reciever, and would be the perfect compliment to Steve (although Stevie would prob be the #2 by next year if that was the case). Do you think Buddy is eyeing a WR prospect and maybe is the reason they havent/might not sign Stevie (yes i know they agreed to wait until the end of the year, but i like speculating). Which brings me to the most important question, what is our biggest area of need that has the most talented blue chip player available? Well Areas of great need are OLB/DE(especially someone who can play down in a 4-3 and up in a 3-4, then they could stay on the field at all times), WR, QB, CB, TE. Of those five positions, I think the most talented player that will be available is Dre Kirkpatrick, who played with Kelvin Sheppard and would be a great fit next to Aaron williams and Justin Rogers. Other strong possiblites are QB Ryan Tannenhill and WR Michael Floyd.