We are still a team of need, but not at the point of reaching. I've seen a lot of OT is a must yet also a lot of let's get that in FA. The same with LB. Whaley has already stated they will be using their analytic department for FA, and that means yes we may be able to get a starter but more than likely it is for competition for younger guys and see how the chips fall. Yes we need OL, LB, CB, S depth and competitiveness, but all of those positions have luckily had young guys get experience from injuries or veterans who will be coming back from injury. TE and WR is another hot topic. Woods will develop as EJ develops and that was obvious, Stevie will be badass this year(anger and frustration from years of losing and his mothers untimely death will bring him more focused on the support and true love he has for buffalo) and with Chandler( I fully expect back), Gragg, Smith, and Moeiki I'm not concerned with TE. However WR needs an upgrade. Not speed but consistency. Immediate needs fall to LB and #1 WR. Although they are immediate needs neither should be pressed. Watkins isn't Calvin Johnson but more like Anquain Boldin. Which is fine to where TJ Graham and Goodwin can excel while their is that security blanket. Evans is more CJ style but still raw. Hence why not worthy of the #9 pick like Watkins is. LB is obvious, if Mack is there take him. Versatility alone makes him a top ten pick, but put that next to Kiko and all that double TE shifty WR New England shit that always kills us will be done. If Watkins and Mack are both gone, the trade down and get Mosley or Evans. Neither worthy of the pick at 9 but anything double digit yes. Obviously there is a chance we can't find a trade partner, and if so then guess what.... OL (one of the top three) it is because if Mack or Watkins aren't there than that is the only position with enough talent left for a top ten pick.