Everybody needs to calm down a little bit. First of all, we appear to have 3 good starting calibre tackles (Brown, Becton.& Mitchell) on the roster and AVT could move back over if we have a rash of injuries to tackles and need more depth (and we appear to have good depth behind AVT if that should become necessary). Moreover, we can draft a developmental tackle in a later round and we can let him sit and learn for a year (remember that we got Mitchell last year in the 4th and according to certain sources, he played better than virtually every other tackle selected in the earlier rounds before he went out with the blood injury). Probably means we end up picking up Becton's 5th year option. Can't say right now whether that's good or bad. If he stays healthy and he plays well next year and during his option year, then its likely the best thing. We should be fine at OT next year. Also, AR won't hold the ball as long as Zach did, so that should relieve some pressure on the O-line. Also, on McDonald, it doesn't matter how good the media thinks he is or where members of the media put him in various mock drafts. The question is how will he play for us and how does he fit our scheme? The same scouts who rated Gardner, Wilson & Hall so highly last year, apparently rated McDonald very highly this year. I think you got to give them the benefit of the doubt here. Depth at such an important position is a good thing to have. When you're halfway through the season and have lost 2 edge's to injury, you'll be very happy to have McDonald.