Of course we all know that draft rankings don't mean a thing, but just gives the "experts" something else to talk about. I really do have a problem though with the logic of most of the "experts" who gave us a bad grade. Almost everyone of them have Lewan rated from the 5th to the 10th best player in the draft. So how can they give us a bad grade for sticking to our draft board and taking BPA at the 2nd most important offensive position. Do they not understand that the draft is about filling long term needs with the BPA. Plenty of them say that we have Roos so we didn't need Lewan. Do they not understand that Roos is an aging FA next yr. Without the Lewan pick then in 2015 we could easily be looking for a LT and a QB. You certainly aren't going to land both of them in a single draft. The Lewan pick grades as an A. Would be an A+ if he didn't have the off field baggage. So those same experts who panned us for the Lewan pick because we didn't "need" him. Then say that we took Sankey too soon...we could have waited to get a RB later in the draft...we didn't take the RB the experts liked. Well again don't the experts see that we got the top rated RB on our board to fill our biggest need. You can't give this anything other than an A+ grade. Rotoworld has Sankey ranked #1 in terms of rookie fantasy football impact this yr. I sure hope he proves to be that impactful. We then pick solid productive defensive players with our 4th and 5th rnd picks. In these rnds you are looking for guys who can give you instant impact on STs and solid depth with the hopes that they can be starters some day. I think Jones, Huff, and Williamson fit the bill. I grade our 4-5th rnds a B. Solid guys. In the 6th rnd we get a QB who has played in a pro style offense, has a legitimate pro quality arm, and played against top notch competition. Is he our sure fire franchise QB of the future??? Who knows. But I'd much rather take a risk on a guy in the 6th rnd instead of taking a chance on a QB in the 2nd rnd. Nobody is a reach in the late rnds. All you can be is a value and from most draft "experts" Mettenburger was a value. If he busts out then no big deal. If he becomes a quality #2 QB then you got a good deal. If he becomes a quality starter then you have a steal in the draft. I give this pick a B+ When you grade a draft you really can't down grade a team on their late rnd picks because they are such long shots anyway. I really have a feeling in 3 years this class is going to be one of the best in the league, but only time will tell.