Well folks it now looks like there are three teams locked into taking tackles before our 11th pick (Giants, Cardinals, Browns). Unfortunately, the Bucs also sorely need a tackle to protect Brady and may well trade up with Carolina or Jacksonville to take the other of the 4 can't miss tackles. This leaves us with a dilemma with some choices, including: (a) we could take the 5th tackle on the board (probably Jones at 11); (b) we could look to trade back and take Jones later; and (c) we could get a superior, Pro Bowl-caliber athlete at another position of need. Of these scenarios, I'm certainly in favor of b or c, depending on what we could get in a trade. I would not, however, dismiss c, as I'm convinced that Lamb will AT LEAST duplicate Deandre Hopkins' career (barring injury) and that Chaisson (despite his doubters) will AT LEAST duplicate Clay Matthews' career. Look at what the man can do on tape! Look at how he hustles! He's just a baby beginning to scratch at his potential! Anyway, if we go route c, we have to go tackle in round 2 and we pray that one of the remaining tackles (Niang?, Wanogho?, Wilson?, Peart?) can fill our right tackle spot (I think Fant is more a left tackle than right). We also pray that the pundits are right about the possibility of finding good starting quality later in this draft because that's where we would have to go, at latest, at 68. (I think 79 should be reserved for CB?). What do people think?