I look at it like this ... Most contenders seem to be good at a lot, but ELITE at one thing. Last year the Titans weren't elite at anything (or even good at most things), but the one area where we can make drastic changes from last year to this, and potentially become elite, is in the running game. We have a dynamic play maker in CJ, and now we have the 'short yardage' guy in Green. The only thing keeping us from being an elite running team is the OL, specifically G. We fixed 1/2 of the problem signing Levitre, if we fix the other 1/2, then I think we can be an elite running team. And having an elite OL/running game has far reaching affects, that matter even more when you have a young QB. It will: - Take pressure off the QB by putting him in manageable situations and giving him more time - Take pressure of the D by giving them more favorable field position and TOP Basically it helps out the whole team ... so if you have an opportunity to take a guy that can help out the entire team, then you do it. I don't care where you pick at. On the flipside you can try to take a risky DE that might end up a bust and not help the team at all.