I think with the players we have currently, the middle of the draft is going to be perfect for us. We have the chance to take a good player. (Deutsch there are twenty two players on the field at a time, I feel pretty confident that if we pick between 18-20 we'll have an opportunity to pick one of the best players at their position). We also don't have all the pressure that a high draft pick presents. We can sit back and address whatever need drops to us, or even go the best available player route. We have a lot of needs, but we also have a lot of young players who have shown flashes. Drafting a first round pick at a position where you have a promising young player could stunt either (or both) players growth at the position. It may also strengthen us at that position, but as a coach or GM, you really have to look at both sides of that equation.