We passed on Rey Maualuga in the SECOND round. I actually really like the Chung pick, but come on. Three years down the line that decision might not look so great. Butler is a really good pick, but Brace confuses the **** out of me. Assuming we sign Wilfork next year(we'll tag him if we can't) he won't be anything more than a backup for us. Nose tackles are always a good find and Brace is a true nose tackle, but we passed up Everette Brown, Clint Sintim, and Connor Barwin for him. Is that really worth it? Who do we have to work with as far as OLB's go right now? The Vollmer pick is the one people are complaining about the most but I actually don't mind it a heck of a lot. He's a really, really good athlete and his upside is through the roof. He's a bit older, but that's going to mean he'll reach his potential a bit quicker. Should start at right tackle for us right away and be a damn good one for five year. Still, this draft really kind of sucks. We got players that fit our system. This much is true. But we also passed up a lot of talent to get some guys that aren't going to start for us for long. I'm disappointed that we dicked around as much as we did this year. Belicheck's trick work when you don't have a defense that's aging rapidly and has problem rushing the passer. Butler and Chung are legit pieces, but passing on a pass rusher or even a linebacker is a major mistake.
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